October Roundtable with R. Stan Marek

At the October 2011 Roundtable breakfast, R. Stan Marek, President and CEO of The Marek Family of Companies presented Immigration at the Crossrodas 2011 – a discussion of the current state of US immigration policy, how it impacts our community, and what needs to be done to fix the system. The event was held at the W.T. and Louise J. Moran Health Center/John S. Dunn Building.

About R. Stan Marek, President and CEO, The Marek Family of Companies

Mr. Marek began working in the drywall industry during summers in high school, and over his career has worked as a project manager, estimator, and sales manager. In 1982, he became President and CEO of the Marek Family of Companies, one of the largest interior contractors in the Southwest. Stan’s focus of the past three years has been comprehensive immigration reform. He is the co-founder of Texans For a Sensible Immigration Policy and a member of the Greater Houston Partnership’s task force, Americans For Immigration Reform.

He is active in numerous community organizations including American Subcontractors Association, CHRISTUS Foundation for HealthCare, University of St. Thomas, Archdiocese of Galveston/Houston, Greater Houston Partnership, Center for Houston Future, and Neighborhood Centers, Inc.

Download Mr. Marek's presentation, Immigration at the Crossrodas 2011 (8.9 MB PDF)

Posted Thursday, October 13, 2011 in CHRISTUS Foundation for HealthCare,

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