September 8, 2008
Paric Corp. President P. Joseph McKee III to Speak at Webster University
ADVISORY TO NEWS ASSIGNMENT EDITORS
WHAT: P. Joseph McKee III, president and chief executive officer of Paric Corp., will visit Webster University to kick off the School of Business and Technology’s 2008-2009 “Success to Significance Speaker Series.” McKee’s presentation, “How to Get and Keep a Job,” will focus on the importance of selecting a career one feels passionate about, advice for landing a position, and general business tips.
WHEN: Wednesday, Sept. 10, noon to 1 p.m. Free lunch will be included. Limited seats are available RSVP at www.webster.edu/sbt/speakerseries
WHERE: Webster University’s University Center, Sunnen Lounge (first floor) 175 Edgar Rd. (Free parking is available in Webster’s Garden Park Garage at 554 Garden Ave.)
BACKGROUND: As president and CEO of Paric, a construction management, general contracting and design/build firm based in O’Fallon, Mo., Joe McKee guides all aspects of Paric’s operations, including strategic planning, customer relations, project monitoring and team building. Since purchasing the firm in 2002 from his father and Paric founder Paul Joseph McKee Jr., he has led the organization to record revenues and has also made a name for himself in the construction industry. McKee has a passion for quality, efficiency and accountability, and instills it in every project and Paric employee.
Now in its eighth year, Webster’s “Success to Significance Speaker Series” offers a forum where global corporate leaders and opinion makers share their leadership journey while speaking to the challenges and opportunities evident in their own organizations.
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