The CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay, Chris Letsos, Speaks at The Tampa Club’s Young Executives Luncheon!
September’s Young Executive Luncheon took place last week at The Tampa Club featuring Chris Letsos, the CEO of Big Brothers big Sisters of Tampa Bay. Formerly, Chris was the family well-being director for West Central Florida at the Florida Department of Children and Families. Letsos also served as the President and CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of Tampa Bay, where he worked for 14 years in progressive leadership roles. As the CEO of BBBSTB, Chris continues to create a positive impact on their mentorship program, families, and communities throughout Tampa Bay.
Big Brothers Big Sisters is the oldest & largest youth mentoring organization in the U.S. Over 200 agencies operate in all 50 states & serve youth from age five into adulthood. They have served nearly 2 million youth in just the past decade, with nearly 500,000 youth, their families, mentors, & other mission-critical volunteers as part of their evidence-based mentoring program annually.
Did you know? In 2022, 99% of Littles had no involvement in the juvenile system. 98% of Littles were promotes to the next grade level. 97% of Littles maintained or improved their educational aspirations in 2022. 94% of Littles maintained or improved in academics.
With a mission to create and support one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth, BBBSTB is committed to creating and cultivating a safe environment where all individuals feel respected & valued equally.
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