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Kevin Parker Joins UMC as Sr. Business Development Representative

Strategically strengthening client relationships.

Seattle/Mukilteo, WA (November 10, 2020)-UMC welcomes Kevin Parker as our Sr. Business Development Representative. He will focus on UMC’s manufacturing offerings to strategic customers and UMC’s Facilities Services Group. He will put to work his client-focused relationship-building expertise for UMC.

“Bringing Kevin on board is a perfect fit for our expanding effort to better serve our customers,” said Steve Brooks, VP of Business Development. “He’s spent his entire career focusing on how to connect people and business with community-enhancing partnerships, starting back with our beloved SuperSonics. I’m excited to have Kevin continue that with UMC.”

Before UMC, Parker was the Associate Director of Philanthropic Gifts at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center for more than 13 years. In this position, he helped raise funds to find cures and treatments for cancer and other related diseases. Overall, Parker has 25 years of experience in individual and corporate solicitation and stewardship, emphasizing fostering collaboration with both internal and external benefactors

When not at the office or in the community building deep connections with clients, Parker loves to follow his two daughters’ sports as well as playing golf.

About UMC

UMC helps clients solve the complex challenges of built environments and their systems. Originating 100 years ago to serve the Pacific Northwest as a mechanical contractor, the firm has added a vast range of comprehensive, integrated services in facility performance and maintenance, energy and environment, building automation, and manufacturing. UMC helps clients and partners plan, build, and manage their buildings, facilities or construction projects. As these programs present inherent technical and logistical complexity, UMC rises to the challenge of removing worry, delay, angst, and confusion, so their clients and partners can get back to focusing on what they do best.