CEO Kim Neese Featured in the Oklahoman

Jan 24, 2017 | Company News

One of the things we are most proud of at Neese Personnel is our 40-plus year history of helping hardworking Oklahomans find jobs they love. That’s why we’re so excited to share this recent interview with our owner and president, Kim Neese, in the Oklahoman.  It’s the perfect example of how a career path can take time and effort to unfold.

The article touches on many aspects of Kim’s life, such as:

  • Her time spent working with the Institute for Economic Empowerment of Women in Rwanda.
  • Her experience with the bombing of the Murrah Federal Building in 1995.
  • How she became the successor to her mother as the CEO of the company.

You may have also noticed some recent changes around our website, which reflect our organization moving into its own next chapter. We’ve decided to rebrand our company as Neese Personnel, a name that reflects our history but also represents our future, as well as emphasizing our most valuable asset: the personnel whom we help find jobs.

We look forward to working with the businesses and job-seekers of Oklahoma City for many years to come. Whether you’re  part of a company seeking skilled employees to fill a need or a worker looking for a position with one of OKC’s many great employers, we can help you reach your goal. Contact Neese Personnel today at 405-942-8551, or send an email to [email protected].

Read the entire interview with our CEO Kim Neese in the Oklahoman here.