Centrell’s philanthropic roles include non-profit board service for The Houston Entertainment Initiative (HEI), The CReed Collective, Center for Houston’s Future and previous Girls on the Run Greater Houston. She also serves in a leadership capacity as Co-Chair for the Center for Houston’s Future Alumni Committee and has authored the Media Moment column in iF Magazine – International Focus.
Reed also known as “CReed” has been featured on the cover of LoneBard Magazine, headlined on CW39, featured in Beautifully Said Magazine, twice nominated as a 2018 She Said, She Led, She Is “Gamechanger”, named a “Trailblazer” by Voyage Houston Magazine, received the 2019 Global 7 International Rising Star award, honored with Congressional Recognition from Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, recognized as a Role Model-Woman in the Fastlane of STEAM by the Greater Houston Women’s Chamber of Commerce, highlighted in the Houston Chronicle, and featured in Small Business Today Magazine in 2020.
In addition to her business, philanthropic, and corporate acumen, Centrell ran for Congress in Houston to further serve her community. CReed has been a delegate on the trade mission to Liberia and the Mayoral Africa Trade Mission to Nigeria, Cote d’ Ivoire, and Ghana. She holds a Bachelor’s of Science, Masters of Business Administration, and is a certified Project Management Professional.