Jack Taylor, executive vice chair-operations with KPMG, a Shreveport firm which provides audit, tax and advisory services, will be the featured speaker for Louisiana Tech’s next Marbury Lecture, which will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 16.
Taylor will discuss ethics in business and will speak at the CenturyTel Auditorium, located in the College of Business Building, Room 102.
Taylor, a 1973 Tech graduate, has worked at KPMG more than 30 years and has held leadership positions at the local, area and national levels. He joined the firm in Shreveport upon his graduation and was named partner in charge of that office in 1987.
Taylor serves on the College of Business Executive Cabinet, the CSIS Dallas Roundtable and the Texas Business Hall of Fame.
This is the third annual lecture of the Marbury Lecture Series, which was founded to honor William and Virginia Lomax Marbury.
For more information on Taylor’s speaking engagement or on the Marbury Lecture Series, contact Lacy McCullin, external relations with the College of Business, at (318) 257-3701.
Written by Judith Roberts