Former owner and president of Neese Personnel, Kim Neese oversaw all company operations and team members, leading Neese Personnel in providing Oklahoma City businesses with the most efficient staffing services. As a consultant for Accel, Kim relies on her extensive network of local and national companies, and government agencies, to remain informed and in-tune with Oklahoma’s business market. These contacts twice helped Kim place Neese Personnel on the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce’s Top Metro 50 Fastest Growing Companies list.
An active community leader, Kim serves on the Board of Directors for the Oklahoma State Chamber, the Foundation Board of Trustees for the OKC National Memorial & Museum, and is a member of The Institute for the Economic Empowerment of Women.
A Paul Harris Fellow with Rotary Club of Oklahoma City, she is also a member of Leadership OKC Class 30 and was appointed by Governor Mary Fallin to serve as a Commissioner of the Oklahoma Merit Protection Commission in 2012. Kim is active in the local chapters of the Salvation Army, American Heart Association and YWCA, and has been nominated twice for The Journal Record Woman of the Year.
Kim enjoys spending time with family, traveling and reading. Kim is also an active volunteer and participant in local politics.