Caroline Reaves, MCS CEO, was Honored at Louisiana Tech University's Commencement Ceremony
Caroline Reaves inducted into Louisiana Tech's Hall of Distinguished Alumni
LEWISVILLE, Texas, Feb 25, 2017 -
In addition to celebrating the new graduates, the Louisiana Tech Alumni Association inducted Caroline Reaves, a 1985 economics graduate and the CEO of Mortgage Contracting Services, into its Hall of Distinguished Alumni. Brooks Hull, vice president for advancement, presented Reaves with the Tower Medallion officially making her the 78th member of the Hall. Established in 1976, the Hall of Distinguished Alumni honors those alumni of the university who have distinguished themselves by exceptional achievement, community service and humanitarian activity.
Upon graduating from Tech in 1985, Reaves moved to Oklahoma City where she began her professional career at Friendly Bank in the Commercial Loan Department. She went on to be a paralegal at Sun Belt Federal Savings and Loan, followed by a position at McAfee & Taft. In 2007, Reaves was offered a position as COO of Mortgage Contracting Services (MCS) and was promoted to CEO in 2009.
Under Reaves leadership, MCS has grown from 40 employees in one office to over 800 employees in multiple offices across the nation. In 2013, MCS made the decision to bring all jobs onshore and chose Ruston as home for MCS’ third office. The Ruston office currently has 150 employees and growing. Under Reaves’ leadership, the company’s revenues have also grown over 300 percent.
Commencement officially ends winter quarter at Louisiana Tech. Spring classes begin Wednesday, March 8.
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