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FORT WORTH, TEXAS – Jo Ann Malone, President/CEO of the Greater Keller Chamber of Commerce, announced that Jason Ray, CEO of Clayton Youth Enrichment Programs has accepted an appointment to serve on the chamber’s Board of Directors. “Jason’s experience and commitment to community follows our mission and values and we believe he will play a huge part in helping us grow our relationships and programs,” she noted. The Greater Keller Chamber of Commerce has been serving the business community since 1979.
“It’s an honor to join the Keller Chamber’s board,” said Ray. “In my role at Clayton, I’ve had the privilege of working with Keller’s school district officials and community leaders for many years. I’m looking forward to helping support the Chamber’s mission to help Keller businesses succeed and thrive,” he added.
Ray has served as CEO of Clayton Youth Enrichment since 2015. Clayton Youth Enrichment is the only Tarrant County nonprofit dedicated solely to providing after-school enrichment and childcare programs. He is the immediate past president of the East Fort Worth Business Association, and just ended his service on the board of the East Lancaster Avenue Public Improvement District 20. He currently serves as Church Council Chair at First United Methodist Church of Arlington, Texas. Jason is a graduate of Texas Christian University and has a Master of Public Administration from the University of Texas at Arlington.
Clayton Youth Enrichment is the only Tarrant County nonprofit dedicated solely to providing after-school enrichment and childcare programs. Serving more than 7,000 children annually, Clayton’s programs are located in public and private schools in Crowley, Fort Worth, Keller, and Birdville ISDs. Services are conveniently provided at the school where the child attends--giving parents a sense of comfort that their child is in a secure environment. During the summer months, programs provide full-day service to children. Clayton also offers care at country clubs, community centers, and at One Safe Place, a Fort Worth agency devoted to preventing domestic violence and crime in Tarrant County's neighborhoods, schools and homes.