Ben Sever, CEO of eRemede, MBP Ventures, Champa Bay Sports and RGA Institute has joined the Young Executives Committee at the Tampa Club to expand his passion for mentorship and local empowerment. The Young Executives Committee is a select group of individuals under 40 years of age who have a demonstrative track record of leadership, business development, mentorship, community relations and philanthropy. The newest department of MBP Ventures, called the “Phoenix Empowerment Academy” (PEA) is something he hopes to expand with his involvement with the committee. The PEA is a rolling cohort of leaders that Ben and his advisors’ mentor in several critical skill sets including strategic partnerships, venture funding, technology enablement, emotional intelligence, business plan formation and public speaking. To date, Ben is an award-winning 5X founder with over 20 business certifications (Harvard, IBM, Scrum Alliance), so his functional experience as well as educational prowess make him an ideal steward for emerging initiatives.
We asked Ben why he felt it was important to engage on this committee and he told us “The Tampa Club is the epicenter of the bay area’s business development. I am honored to be one of the CEO ambassadors to an establishment where legacy Tampa values meet innovative commerce.” We also spoke with the Tampa Club’s manager Tim Jarrett about Ben’s recent joining of the committee, and he told us, “The Tampa Club is very excited to have Ben serve on the on Young Executive Committee. The purpose of the Young Executive Committee is to drive connectivity and programming within the Club. He brings a great perspective from the up-and-coming leaders of Tampa plus his experience as an entrepreneur is a great compliment to the diversity to companies represented.”
For more information about the exciting work Ben and eRemede are doing in the community, be sure to visit their website: https://eremede.com/
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