At Marshall Career Service we have built our success strategy around the ongoing development of our professional consulting staff. Our dedication to professional development and education with our team has merited outstanding results. From the beginning, consultants are trained to adhere to our process, one that has produced satisfied, repeat customers for over 41 years.
Pryce Marshall has been Managing Partner of MCSdfw since 2016 after previously holding the positions of Operations Manager, Sales Manager, and Administrative Support. He prides himself on his outstanding customer service and has polished this skill throughout his life while working at golf courses, in big-box retail, and with one of the largest independent luxury shoe retailers in the country. Pryce also holds a Texas Real Estate license and considers selling Farm and Ranch real estate a working hobby. His other hobbies include golf, Aggie Football, and family.
Pryce attended Texas A&M University and, today Pryce is friend to the Fort Worth A&M Club after serving many years on their executive leadership team, and a member of the Aledo A&M Club– A&M Club’s alumni groups dedicated to raising scholarship funds for high school seniors locally who are headed to Aggieland.
Pryce is also the Parker County representative of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society- North Texas Leadership Team.
Pryce, along with his wife Corinne, son’s Ashton, and Sully along with his daughter Brighton, lives in Aledo, TX and is proud to call Parker County home!
Pam Sexton-Ranck joined Marshall Career Service in the summer of 2015. Pam came to MCS with a strong manufacturing background, having worked in various levels of leadership within the defense electronics space.
Today, Pam is our Senior Consultant, she is responsible to business development and applicant qualifications.
Pam is an avid Alabama and Dallas Cowboy football fan. When Pam is not watching football she enjoys spending time with her husband, Eddy, along with their dog Harley. With fair weather Pam and Eddy enjoy riding their motorcycle.