Raleigh, NC, May 15, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- The Park Guide, a new quarterly publication highlighting companies in Research Triangle Park (RTP) and the surrounding area, will host a Breakfast in the Park for local executives and business owners on Tuesday, May 16 from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. at the Radisson Hotel at 150 Park Drive in the RTP. Chris LeGrand, president of the Health Sciences unit of Constella Group, LLC, will speak at the event. For reservations call (919) 872-7077.
“Breakfast in the Park is the Triangle’s premier networking event for executives and business owners,” said Jamie Nunnelly, publisher of The Park Guide. “It provides a unique opportunity for leaders to meet with their peers in a relaxed atmosphere.”
About The Park Guide:
The Park Guide is a new quarterly publication affiliated with Business Leader Magazine that will highlight Research Triangle Park companies. It will focus on the major industries within RTP including life sciences, information technology, telecommunications, environmental science and many others. For more information, visit The Park Guide’s new Web site, available in early January at http://www.researchtriangle.com.
About Chris LeGrand:
As President of the Health Sciences unit of Constella Group, LLC, a global professional health services company based in Durham, LeGrand leads a staff of more than 500 professionals dedicated to helping public-sector clients fulfill their health and biomedical research missions.He joined Constella in November 1998 as Director of the Information Technology and Scientific Data Management Division and subsequently held positions as Chief Information Officer and Chief Operating Officer. Prior to joining Constella, LeGrand served in various business and technical managerial roles for BDM International, Inc., a global IT solutions company, where he focused efforts to support public sector health organizations as well as the biopharmaceutical industry. LeGrand is active in the professional health and biomedical research community, and is a frequent speaker and facilitator at national and regional events. He has also been recognized as an influential business leader. In 2001, he was honored by The Business Journal of Raleigh-Durham as one of the top 40 professionals under age 40 in the N.C. Research Triangle area, and in 2002, LeGrand was selected by Business Leader magazine as one of the top 100 Business Impact Leaders in the Triangle.LeGrand holds a master of science degree in information management and information systems from The George Washington University and an undergraduate degree in mathematical sciences from Clemson University.