Texas Collision Centers has announced the promotions of two of its leaders.
Shyllo Michaelis has been promoted to chief strategy officer (CSO), and Mike Devendorf has been promoted to chief financial officer (CFO). These promotions recognize their outstanding contributions to the organization’s growth and their unwavering dedication to excellence, according to an article by Business Insider.
In her new role as CSO, Michaelis will be responsible for shaping the company’s strategic direction, aligning operations with industry trends, identifying opportunities for further development, revenue growth, and expansion, all while maintaining a brand standard of distinction.
Devendorf’s promotion to CFO reflects his exceptional leadership and the pivotal role he has played in the ongoing success of Texas Collision Centers, as stated in the article.
“At Texas Collision Centers, we are not only recognizing the exceptional talents within our organization but also actively investing in the strategic expansion of our services,” said Jared Lennox, co-owner/operator in the article. “The promotions of Shyllo Michaelis and Mike Devendorf highlight our commitment to fostering talent from within, while the growth to nine locations in DFW demonstrates our dedication to providing convenient access to our top-notch services within our hometown.”
In addition to these promotions, Texas Collision Centers is also opening two new locations in Fort Worth and Carrollton. The facilities will provide their signature high-quality collision repair services backed by our commitment to customer satisfaction and industry-leading standards.
The company states it has three locations currently under construction, which will open in early 2024 along with a growth strategy of opening five per year thereafter.