10/27 POCx Speaker Breakfast w/Chris Taylor, CEO, Mission Essential Personnel
Thursday, October 06, 2011
Posted by: Presidents, Owners and Chief Executives
Presidents, Owners and Chief Executives (POCx) is a forum where industry business leaders can engage in peer support and information exchange with personal and professional growth as the goal.
This month we are pleased to welcome Chris Taylor, CEO of Mission Essential Personnel, a founding member and 2011 Principal Annual Sponsor of The American Small Business Coalition. Click here to register for this event.
Mission Essential Personnel, LLC (MEP) is a global professional services company that provides human-capital solutions and program support to government and corporate clients. With a worldwide footprint of approximately 8,200 employees, they support organizations operating in high-threat and post-conflict regions, specializing in:intelligence support, language translation/interpretation services,mobilization support,cultural awareness training, dynamic theater replication,information technology, personnel- and facility-security services.
If you don't know the story of the company previously known as Aegis Mission Essential Personnel that came to The ASBC seven years ago (known today as Mission Essential Personnel), you don't want to miss this event. Here's a hint: They became a founding member when they had fewer than twenty employees.
Any company experiencing the unparalleled growth of Mission Essential Personnel has to have a good story, right? Join us for a POCx Speaker Breakfast as Mission Essential Personnel CEO, Chris Taylor, discusses growth and sustainment in the defense and intelligence segment of the government contracting community.
About Our Guest POCx
As CEO, Chris Taylor leads and inspires MEP's 8,200 professionals to realize the company’s vision –to enable human freedom – by aligning people, resources, and strategy. He divides his time among MEP’s various locations in the United States and abroad. Previously he served as MEP’s Senior Vice President for Global Strategy.
Taylor is a graduate of Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, where he studied international security and political economy, and earned a Master of Public Administration degree.
He spent 14 years in the US Marine Corps as an enlisted infantryman and Force Recon Marine. As a Marine, he was twice selected for meritorious promotion, and named the Distinguished Honor Graduate at the NCO Leadership Academy. He finished his undergraduate degree while serving on active duty. After leaving the Marine Corps in 1999, he attended the College of William & Mary where he earned his MBA in 2002 and received the Dean’s Award for Leadership and Service at graduation.His writing has been featured in op-eds, journal articles, textbooks and policy publications.
$55/Corporate Members; $75/Individual and CORE™ Applicant Members; $95/Not Yet Members
Participation is reserved for Presidents, Owners and Chief Executive Officers of companies doing business as government contractors and/or subcontractors. Registrations are subject to approval.
The ASBC Events Policy is in effect. Space is limited. Registration includes breakfast.