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Center for Transforming Lives hires Chief Program Officer

Written by Mindia Whittier

Programs offered by the agency are trauma-informed, two-generational, and incorporate best practices to ensure women and children achieve long-term success.

A new Chief Program Officer has joined Center for Transforming Lives (CTL).

As Chief Program Officer, Carlye McQuiston will oversee and direct agency programming, evaluation, and strategic management of publicly funded contracts.

McQuistion previously served for more than two years as Director of Programs at the Oklahoma Partnership for School Readiness. Born and raised in North Texas, she is a Licensed Master Social Worker with leadership experience in nonprofit management, policy, advocacy, and creating collaborative partnerships. McQuistion holds a master’s degree in social work from the University of Oklahoma. Her background includes designing, implementing, and training on trauma-informed programs, and providing federal, state, and local level grant management.

Center for Transforming Lives works side-by-side with women and their children to disrupt the cycle of poverty by providing comprehensive housing services, early childhood education, economic mobility services, and clinical counseling.  Each year, CTL works with over 3,000 people from more than 1,000 families in Tarrant County to provide comprehensive services. 

“I am grateful to work alongside such passionate and mission-driven colleagues as we work to disrupt the cycle of poverty in Tarrant County.” Says McQuistion.

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Mindia Whittier