James N Zebrowski
Department: Global Headquarters
Title: Executive Director / Corporate Secretary
Phone: (813) 258 - 7236
Having lead teams of individuals while developing programs and initiatives, Zebrowski is known for connecting, motivating and encouraging team members to pursue success. Through positions such as SEEC Tampa, SmartCEO, Grow10, The University of Tampa Entrepreneurship Center and The Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization (CEO), Zebrowski has launched annual campaigns, engaging fundraising activities and unique program development while overseeing various donations and many business operations in these roles.
In 2014 he joined The University of Tampa Sykes College of Business as the start-up coordinator for the new 36,000-square-foot John P. Lowth Entrepreneurship Center at UT. Zebrowski oversaw programs and events while assisting in fundraising and program development functions, as well as planning several national conferences.
Next, he joined SmartCEO.com - Lead Engaged, Lead Inspired, a media company that has the look and feel of a local business journal but targets senior level executives. He then partnered with a Tampa serial entrepreneur to develop an entrepreneurial initiative known as Grow10, which seeks to connect and engage the start-up ecosystem with the top business influencers in each region.
Zebrowski is now the managing director of the Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization Global Headquarters located at The John P. Lowth Entrepreneurship Center at The University of Tampa. CEO seeks to inform, support and inspire college students to be entrepreneurial and to seek opportunity through enterprise creation.
Professional and Community Activities:
Advisory Board member for the Tampa Synapse Corporation
Class of 2018 - Tampa Connection
Honors and Awards:
Town Sports International - C.H.A.M.P. Award - awarded by Cheryl Jones, Senior VP
The University of Tampa - The Bob Ruday Unsung Hero Award 2014
The University of Tampa - Alan Weimer Entrepreneurship Student of the Year Award '14
2017 Up and Comers - Under 30 - Tampa Bay Business Journal