Eric has served as CEO of Project Transformation National since its formation in June 2015. Prior to this, he served as executive director of Project Transformation Greater Dallas for nearly ten years. It has been under Eric’s leadership that movement toward creating a national organization and replicating Project Transformation’s model in new regions has taken place. He brings extensive knowledge of all aspects of the operations and programs of Project Transformation. Eric brings previous experience developing children’s and youth programming in low-income communities in London, England as a young adult mission volunteer. He spent four years teaching middle school at the Shelton School in Dallas and served in youth ministry for six years. Eric received his Bachelor’s Degree from Rhodes College in Memphis, TN and his Master’s Degree in business and nonprofit arts administration from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He lives in Richardson, TX with his wife and three young children.



Casey Mellody-Camacho began as Program Officer for PT National in December 2015. She began working with Project Transformation Greater Dallas as an undergraduate at Southern Methodist University from 2001-2004. She served as a reading tutor for Project Transformation’s after-school program and as a summer intern in 2002. She also served as a House Pastor and as a Program Quality Coach. Most recently, she served as the director of programming & leadership development for PT Greater Dallas for six years. Her experiences with Project Transformation have sparked a passion for social justice issues and provided a deeper confirmation of a calling to work in inner-city ministry. She received a Bachelor’s Degree in religious studies and English from Southern Methodist University and a Master’s Degree in theological studies from Perkins School of Theology. She lives in Rockwall, TX with her husband and two young children.



Julie began as National Curriculum Consultant in September 2017. In addition to leading Project Transformation's national curriculum development project, Julie serves as a facilitator for talented and gifted students, from kindergarten through seventh grade, in Winfield, Kansas, USD 465. Before assuming this post in 2015, she worked as a first-grade teacher for 3 years in the district. She attended Southwestern College in Winfield, earning a bachelor of arts degree in elementary education in 2009 and a master's degree in leadership studies in 2011. She is currently completing a doctorate in educational leadership, with an emphasis in teacher leadership, at Southwestern; her dissertation focus is on teacher development in gifted education. Julie is also a PT North Texas alumna, serving her internship in 2008. She is a member of FUMC Winfiled, and she serves on the town's public library board. Her passion is working with teachers and facilitators to provide quality curriculum. She is thrilled to join Project Transformation National, and she looks forward to collaborating with the PT network.