Our guestfor the May 27th edition of PlayMakers Talk Show: Kelly Smith, CEO, Texas All Tech Electric, LLC
Kelly Smith, CEO, Texas All Tech Electric, LLC
Kelly Smith is the majority owner and CEO of Texas All Tech Electric, LLC, a 2nd generation family business providing specialized electrical services related to the design, installation and maintenance of electrical systems for commercial, industrial, medical, higher education and municipality entities.
Kelly grew up in Ohio where her father was an electrician and started his business at the age of 24. While Kelly often helped in the family business growing up, she was encouraged to establish her own career path. She pursued a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical & Computer Engineering and started her career as a substation Engineer for the local power company. When both Kelly and the family business landed in Dallas, the succession of All Tech became an unexpected opportunity she couldn’t pass up. Kelly joined the business in 2015 and officially bought out the silent financial partner to become majority owner of All Tech.
All Tech has been establish for 19 years with offices in Ohio and Texas and over the course of the first 3 years, Kelly has grown the Texas office by almost 1600%.
Our guestfor the May 20th edition of PlayMakers Talk Show: Rick Wojciechowski, President & CEO, Parkway Construction & Architecture
Rick Wojciechowski, President & CEO, Parkway Construction & Architecture
Rick Wojciechowski became President and Chief Executive Officer in January 2014. In this role, he leads the executive team to establish and implement the strategic direction of the company, resulting in unprecedented revenue growth. Previously, Rick was Parkway’s COO from 2008-2013. His contributions during those years include successfully executing a plan to achieve aggressive revenue growth, initiating in-house architecture, adding the business development function, implementing critical enterprise software and leading the daily operations of the company.
Rick joined Parkway in April 1996 as a Director of Construction. After building a successful business unit, he was made a partner in January 2004, where he was responsible for the growth of new business units and operational initiatives
Prior to Parkway, Rick was a Senior Manager of Construction for Brinker International, where he was responsible for the development process for more than 70 stores per year. He also had responsibility for developing new concept and prototypical buildings of multiple Brinker brands. Rick started his career in construction in the civil construction field.