Con Edison Veteran From Parsippany Receives Business Honors

NEW YORK – A Parsippany man who has worked for Con Edison for three decades has been named one of the 50 Outstanding Asian-Americans in Business by the Asian-American Business Development Center.

King Look, director of electricity supply, earned the honor for outstanding leadership and dedication to the New York City and Westchester County communities that Con Edison serves.
He is a mentor for the Growth Opportunities for Leadership Development program and Corporate Mentoring program. He serves as a deacon and chairman of the budget and finance committee at his church.

Look graduated from Cooper Union with a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in chemical engineering. He earned an MBA in computer information systems from Baruch College and a master's degree in electrical engineering from Manhattan College.

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