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The annual University of Tampa Fellows Forum brings together a distinguished panel of business CEOs to share their perspectives with the Tampa Bay business community about their company, brand and any issues facing their industry and markets. Each year, the Fellows Forum attracts more than 1,000 business and community leaders and raises more than $85,000 annually. Proceeds from this event go towards student scholarships and other student-related activities at The University of Tampa.


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Date: April 7, 2021

Armature Works
1910 N. Ola Ave.
Tampa, FL  33602

2021 Speakers

Michael Bodson

William Demchak
PNC Bank

Kathleen Shanahan
Turtle & Hughes 

Beneficiary of Event

The University of Tampa Board of Fellows Endowed Scholarship to the Sykes College of Business and other student programs

Tickets: TBD

Tickets for the forum will be available soon.  

A Good Value For Sponsors

The Fellows Forum offers a terrific way to get your company's name in front of hundreds of area decision-makers. Proceeds from the Fellows Forum fund the Board of Fellows Endowed Scholarship to The University of Tampa's Sykes College of Business. View available sponsorship opportunities.   

UT Fellows

The Fellows are a group of UT supporters that consists of over 125 of the top business leaders in the Tampa Bay area. Their mission is to serve as goodwill ambassadors in the business community, helping to raise funds and awareness for the University. Visit the Board of Fellows.

Contact Information

Sharon McDonald
Director, Volunteer Engagement
(813) 257-3582

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"I greatly enjoyed my experience with the Fellows Forum, which was well designed for the discussion of the issues facing our economy." – Dennis Lockhart President & CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

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