Rockport-Fulton High School graduate (2006) Alyssa (Probst) Wilson has been promoted to vice-president of lifestyle services for the Central division at CCMC. The company serves many of the top-rated master-planned communities in the country, providing signature resident service and lifestyle programming.

Her CCMC career began in 2013 as lifestyle director for Towne Lake in Cypress, TX. For the past two years she has served as director of lifestyle services for the Central and Eastern divisions.

“As director of lifestyle services, I worked alongside our team members to strengthen resident programs and client relationships,” said Wilson. “I have challenged our teams to think outside the box, in order to create unique programming and innovative solutions for our communities.

“I’m honored to be chosen for this new role.”

She was born and raised in Rockport, and graduated from Texas A&M University in College Station in 2010 with a degree in Recreation, Parks & Tourism Sciences, specializing in Tourism and Event Planning. While in school, Wilson was recognized for her leadership and service. She received the Michael Schmidt Award, Harold W. Gaines Excellent Service Award and completed an advanced leadership program.

Before joining CCMC, she served as the events & marketing manager for the Houston Northwest Chamber.

“Alyssa’s passion for CCMC lifestyle shows in everything she does,” said Central Division President Andy Babbitt. “Whether it’s connecting with her peers, or training new team members, her energy is contagious.

“I have watched her leverage social media in order to build an active virtual community that connects all lifestyle team members in every market. This has amplified our collaboration and teamwork across the country.”

She and her husband, Doug, live in Frisco. They have a four-year-old son, Ben, and are expecting a baby girl in May.

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