Mid-Cities Care Corps is pleased to announce that Elizabeth M. Grace has been named Executive Director of Mid-Cities Care Corps. “We are excited to have the enthusiasm and service heart of Elizabeth to lead Mid-Cities Care Corps in the new decade and beyond” shared Allan Weegar, President of the MCCC Board of Directors.
Elizabeth recently relocated to N.E. Tarrant County. Her career roles with
customer relations in financial banking, demonstrated leadership roles in community non-profit organizations, and appreciation for the value of outreach support for seniors provides exciting experiences for the established and evolving MCCC mission.
“I am so blessed to be part of an organization where I can give back to our seniors. I look forward to meeting and working with all the compassionate volunteers and supporters that make our organization’s mission possible”.Elizabeth Grace
This is a planned transition outlined in the MCCC 2020 – 2024 Strategic Plan completed in April last year. “MCCC is leaping into a new decade” shared Duane Buuck. “MCCC has been blessed with the foundation of caring volunteers providing Transportation, Helping Hands, and Social Outreach services to preserve the independence of young at heart neighbors in eleven N.E. Tarrant County communities. I welcome and look forward to Elizabeth’s SPIRIT extending our legacy in the future.”
Please join us in welcoming Elizabeth to the MCCC team. MCCC is blessed and primed as we leap into a new decade confident of the established foundation and strategic vision to meet the growing demands of the aging demographics. This planned transition is certain to extend in dynamic ways the imprint and MCCC legacy of providing Help, Hope, and Healing to seniors in N.E. Tarrant County.