Lynne Rhodes

Executive Director

Lynne is excited to be returning to her home conference as the Executive Director of Project Transformation Central Texas! Her journey began with Project Transformation at the North Texas chapter in Dallas as the Volunteer & Church Engagement Manager. Lynne received her bachelor's degree at San Fransisco State University, and her master's degree at Brite Divinity School. After moving to Texas, Lynne and her husband, Philip, became members at the First United Methodist Church of Hurst. After joining the PT North Texas team, both of her adult children served the chapter in multiple capacities. Lynne has a passion for people and in engaging in community.

Lynne enjoys traveling and road trips, especially if they lead her to the beach, as well as drinking coffee and spending time with her family and dogs.

Daniel Reeves

Program Director

Daniel was born in Liberia, West Africa. His late Father was a Baptist Deacon, and his late mother a Baptist lay-preacher. Due to the civil war in Liberia, he lived as a refugee in Ivory Coast and Ghana, West Africa.
He received his undergrad education from Faith Evangelical Theological Seminary and College in Accra, Ghana, and his Master of Divinity from Tyndale Theological Seminary, Amsterdam, Holland. He immigrated to America 2012, and received a Master of Education degree from Dallas Baptist University, and Doctor of Ministry from Southern Methodist University, Perkins School of Theology. He served as the Director of Youth and their Families at Martin UMC in Bedford, and is a former Functional Academic Teacher in the Azle ISD..
He is married to Rebecca, and they are blessed with 2 children, Jerry and Miracle-Joshua. They are also blessed with his nephew Isaac, who lives with them. Daniel enjoys reading, and soccer. He is excited to be a part of the PT team here at Central Texas, and is looking forward to serving all of humanity.

Beth Stuyck

Senior Manager for Grants and Volunteer Engagement

Beth’s journey with Project Transformation began in December 2017 when she was invited to serve on the Project Transformation Board of Directors as Finance Chair. Beth grew up in Bedford, Texas, and she and her family have been members of First United Methodist Church of Hurst since Beth was six years old. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Finance and her Masters of Business Administration from The University of Texas at Austin. After graduating, Beth worked in the IT staffing industry for many years and then in 2009, she joined the Department of Pathology at UT Southwestern Medical Center as their Administrative Manager. In 2012, Beth answered the call to ordained ministry. She earned her Masters of Arts in Ministry from Perkins School of Theology in 2015 and was commissioned as a deacon in the Central Texas Conference of The United Methodist Church in 2016. Prior to joining Project Transformation Central Texas, Beth held children’s ministry appointments at First United Methodist Church of Hurst and St. Barnabas United Methodist Church in Arlington.

In her free time, she enjoys walking her dogs, reading and learning about US and Church history, music, and leading Bible studies.