Rebecca Smith of Tampa is the president and chief executive officer for both the A.D. Morgan Corporation, a construction firm, and WoofGang Solutions, LLC, a facilities management software solution company.
Smith was appointed to the Governing Board for a term beginning May 12, 2017, and her term ends March 1, 2021.
Smith graduated from Melbourne High School in Melbourne, Florida. She went on to earn a bachelor’s degree in Architecture and a master’s degree in Building Construction from the University of Florida. She is in the process of completing her doctorate in Business from the University of South Florida (USF). Smith also holds a Florida General Contractors License.
Smith founded A.D. Morgan Corporation in 1989. Today, the company has nearly 50 employees and generates $75 million in annual revenue. WoofGang Solutions, founded in 2014, provides facilities management software.
Smith has served on a variety of local and state boards in both appointed and volunteer positions. She was previously appointed to the boards of the Governor’s Council for Small Business (Chair), PRIDE Enterprises (Secretary), and the Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority (Chair). Smith also is a member of Associated Builders and Contractors, the American Heart Association’s Circle of Red, USF’s Women in Leadership & Philanthropy, the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay’s Women’s Executive Council and the Defense Orientation Conference Association.
Smith has been recognized with a variety of awards, including Ernst & Young’s 1998 Florida Entrepreneur of the Year for Construction and Real Estate, 2016 General Contractor of the Year by the Tampa Bay American Institute of Architects and 2016 Business Woman of the Year by the Tampa Bay Business Journal.
As a lifelong Florida resident, Smith believes her background in architecture and construction as well as her experience balancing the needs of growth, business and the environment will contribute to the District’s Governing Board.
Smith represents Hillsborough and Pinellas counties.
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