Meet the Tampa Bay leaders working with Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas and West Pasco Counties on the 2024 CEO Build (PHOTOS)

For the third year in a row, chief executive officers from around the Tampa Bay region are putting on their hard hats to help build a home.

More than 60 community leaders will be participating in the 2024 CEO Build with Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas and West Pasco Counties. View the slideshow below to see the participating CEOs in 2024.

In 2022, Habitat introduced the first annual CEO Build, where more than 50 CEOs, together, helped raise more than $160,000 to sponsor the home build for a local family.

The 2024 CEO Build Host Committee includes:

Rondé Barber – NFL Hall of Famer; General Chairman, Copperhead Charities

Bill Brand – Board Member, Habitat for Humanity International; Former CEO, Rue21

John Couris – President and CEO, Tampa General Hospital

Sharon Leite – Former CEO, Ideal Image and Vitamin Shoppe

Brett McGill – President and CEO, MarineMax

Mindy Grossman – Partner & Chair of Consello Group; Former CEO, WW and HSNi

Ryan Ross – President of Neiman Marcus.

Three build days have been scheduled for committed community leaders to volunteer at the home, at 4349 45th Ave N, St. Petersburg

The 2024 CEO Build will be helping to build the home for Tangela Butler and her twin sons, Mikel and Mikye.

Habitat Pinellas and West Pasco has partnered with the Tampa Bay Business and Wealth Magazine, for a third year, to highlight the project and those that participate. Habitat has also partnered with the CEO Council of Tampa Bay, for a second year, as its construction site sponsor.

Photo above: 2023 CEO Build participants with CEO Build Homeowners, Alex Diaz & Christina Gonzales Photo credit: Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas and West Pasco Counties

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