Hugh Campbell named 2021 chairman for CEO Council of Tampa Bay

Hugh Campbell was elected to be the next chairman of the board for CEO Council of Tampa Bay. Campbell will serve as vice chair for the calendar year 2020 and will lead the organization beginning in January 2021. Penny Parks, president of Links Financial, is the chair for 2020.

Campbell, co-founder of AC4S Technologies, is a serial entrepreneur who spun out AC4S Technologies from its sister company AC4S in 2013. While AC4S provides multiple technology based services to U.S. federal government clients, AC4S Technologies provides hybrid cloud solutions to the private sector.

The CEO Council consists of around 220 CEOs who run companies with a minimum of $3 million in revenue and 25 employees.

“As you can imagine, I am super excited to take on this next leadership role and also humbled by the trust and confidence of my fellow business leaders in this region of the country.  I will need your prayers and support this year and next,” Campbell said in an email to his fellow council members.

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