A graduate of the University of Georgia and experienced business owner, Jeffery Scott Kiser maintains a resume that includes entrepreneurial success in varied fields. A proud father of three and active member of the Lakewood Baptist Church, he volunteers with several nonprofit organizations, including Challenge Child, the American Cancer Society, and Relay for Life. Jeffery Scott Kiser also spends much of his free time working with local shelters and food banks.
Professionally, Mr. Kiser serves as President of KOR Systems, a telecommunications firm he founded in 2004 under the name Network Communication Solutions (NCS). The company, which provides business communications networks and services to clients in the hospitality industry, has grown rapidly over the past nine years. Prior to founding the company, Mr. Kiser served as a Sales Account Manager for Allen Corporation. One of the top salespeople for the company, he was offered an executive position at the corporate office. However, since it meant leaving Gainesville, he turned down the offer to strike out on his own.
Jeffery Scott Kiser's entrepreneurial career began shortly after college, when he converted an abandoned gas station into Sub Works, one of the most popular sandwich shops in Athens, Georgia. His success at the location brought numerous suitors, and he eventually negotiated a deal with Papa John’s to buy the location. After selling Sub Works, he opened a second restaurant in the Gainesville area while transitioning into the technology industry, marrying his expertise in the hospitality and restaurant fields with his new telecommunications career.
A passionate sports fan, Jeffery Scott Kiser follows baseball and football at the high school, college, and professional levels during his free time. He also enjoys reading and counts Stephen Covey and Jeffrey Gitomer among his favorite authors.