The people who work at KP Staffing share the same vision as our community: to see the Dallas-Fort Worth area thrive.
How are we helping? By putting the hard-working people of our community to work, every day.
Erika joined Key Personnel in an entry-level front desk position. She was promoted to a recruiting role where she grew her client base to the point where she was ranked #1 in volume. During this time her success can be attributed to the way she treated both her clients and the employees that she had on assignment.
Erika shifted into a Business Development role in 2019 and understands the 360 views of our processes better than anyone.
I am passionate and always striving to be the best version of myself. I love spending time with my son and attending church on Wednesdays and Sundays. I enjoy reading, working out, and volunteering on a regular basis. While I am not helping clients I help coordinate our company's birthday and anniversary parties.
In 2016, Key Personnel pivoted to a season of business growth unlike ever before. Ryan was part of the original group of members that contributed greatly to driving the company forward.
Over-delivering on his commitments has turned several of his clients into what we would consider “raving fans”. He can be frequently seen crossing over into recruiting or staying late doing tasks that you wouldn’t expect from a member of our development team.
I would describe myself as energetic and persistent. When I am not in the office I can be found fishing, hunting, and traveling.
Michael’s connections with the upper management at Key Personnel stems back to the glory days of high school baseball. During his college years, Michael played baseball at Dallas Christian College where he graduated with his bachelor’s in business.
The management team at Key Personnel knows without a doubt, Michael can be counted on. They were witness to the exemplary character as well as the continual drive and determination he possessed both on and off the field.
Michael continues this life model in his business career as well. His competitive nature drives him. He works for his clients with a personal passion seeking their success and pushing them to the next level of desired and continual growth.
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In 2010, Marissa met Nathan Doran, Key Personnel’s CEO, while working at Chili’s immediately after high school, soon after she transitioned into the luxury automobile industry for eight years specializing in sales and finance. In 2018, she decided to pursue her dream, to travel the world. She sold her things, packed her bags and set off to South East Asia and Europe for a year.
Of the many places she visited she describes Bali as her favorite. “For a split second, when I felt a little homesick, I was always able to find a cure, from western style tacos to beach happy hour or discovering a new Balinese dish like “Babi Guling”, it was truly having the best of both worlds at once!" she said.
When she arrived back in Fort Worth in the fall of 2019, she reconnected with Nathan and joined the Key Personnel business development team. She brings her well-rounded worldview to the table when connecting with businesses here in Dallas-Fort Worth. “I think when it comes to business development, in particular, my experiences help me share and create stories that connect me with people on a personal level,” she said. Her love of travel is shown through her ability to adapt quickly and open mindedness. She brings a fresh perspective to our team at Key Personnel.
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