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About U.S. Micro Corp Since 1995, U.S. Micro has been a major innovator and leader in IT recycling. Founded in Atlanta, Ga., U.S. Micro processes over one million IT assets annually in its 125,000 sq. ft. Atlanta facility. U.S. Micro has also just recently ope... more.
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Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Artists Selected for 2012 Fall Season // Atlanta BeltLine
"U.S. Micro is supporting Art on the Atlanta BeltLine again this year because we believe it makes Atlanta a more exciting and fulfilling city," said Jim Kegley, founder, president and CEO of U.S. Micro, presenting sponsor of Art on the Atlanta BeltLine.
Recent News | Ginny Owens
As honored as I am, the irony of winning a "visionary" award is certainly not lost on me. Here's what the Blind Center of Nevada has to say about the event: The Blind Center of Nevada is proud to announce that this year our Guest of honor will be Jim Kegley, owner of U. S. Micro Corporation.
James A. Kegley
James A. Kegley Founder, Chief Executive Officer and President Jim Kegley is the founder, president and CEO of U.S. Micro Corporation, a major innovator and leader in enterprise IT asset disposition and recycling. Steve Bowen co-founded U.S. Micro with Jim Kegley in 1995. Jim Kegley is the founder, president and CEO of U.S. Micro Corporation, a major innovator and leader in enterprise IT asset disposition and recycling. A recognized expert in the industry, Jim is responsible for managing the overall operations of U.S. Micro including business development, customer relations, business strategy and financial management. Kegley also directs the company's extensive charitable giving efforts. U.S. Micro proudly supports multiple charitable organizations such as CFY-Atlanta and Blind Center of Nevada that enrich people's lives through technology. In 2004, Kegley was awarded the prestigious Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award in the Business and Consumer Services category. This designation acknowledged the financial strength and stability, effective business model, exceptional revenue growth and overall successful operation of U.S. Micro. Prior to founding U.S. Micro, Kegley served as director of U.S. operations for MFP Technology Services, Inc. where he oversaw all phases of the company's startup PC resale distribution facility and systems. He also previously served as a litigation support CPA for Crawford & Co. Kegley earned a bachelor's in accounting and a master's in business administration from the University of South Carolina. Steve Bowen co-founded U.S. Micro with Jim Kegley in 1995. As U.S. Micro's senior security officer, Kegley has enterprise-level responsibility for security standards, evaluations and awareness. This includes overseeing data/information security policies, security of U.S. Micro's facilities, and profile management of employees, contractors and visitors. Prior to joining U.S. Micro, Kegley served with the United States Secret Service as a special agent for 26 years. Kegley holds a bachelor's degree in criminal justice from the University of South Carolina. He resides in Las Vegas with his wife and son.
James A. "Jim" Kegley, President, Chief Executive Officer
Jim won the Ernst & Young Entrepeneur of the Year award in 2004 in the Business and Consumer Services category. This prestigious designation acknolweded the financial strength and stability, effective business model, exceptional revenue growth, and overall successful operation of U.S. Micro Corporation. Jim directs the company's extensive charitable giving efforts. U.S. Micro has made substantial ad hoc contributions of computer and IT equipment to such organization as Special Olympics Georgia and the U.S. Secret Service (immediately after 9/11, to quickly re-equip its destroyed New York headquarters).
"The visual arts and performances featured during Art on the Atlanta BeltLine provide us with the opportunity to view our city in new ways," said Jim Kegley, founder of U.S. Micro, presenting sponsor.