C12 Chair since 2024
Bob Sharp serves as Chair with C12 Business Forums in the Tampa Bay Region. C12 is the world’s largest peer-learning organization for Christian CEOs, business owners, and executives, serving 4,000 members throughout the United States and internationally. Bob has been serving as a C12 member since 2017.
Prior to joining C12 as a Chair, Bob served as Executive Director for Family Ministries of Florida, a residential children’s home and a fully accredited k-12 Academy. Bob was responsible for setting the vision, daily operations, revenue generation and overseeing 16 staff members. Under his leadership, Family Ministries was able to increase the number of children that could be cared for and founded Legacy Christian Academy, a fully accredited k- 12 Christian Academy. Bob’s background also includes experience working with government agencies and entities to comply with local and state codes. Also, Bob has worked with numerous companies and individuals in the area of resource development and leadership. Throughout Bob’s career, he has been a sought-after coach and mentor in the area of organizational leadership.
Additionally, Bob has actively served as an Elder and served on many committees (building, youth, human resources, business, etc.) in his local church. Bob navigated all the legal requirements, developed the policies and procedures, accreditation, human resources, etc. in starting Legacy Christian Academy.
Bob lives in Seffner with his wife Nikki. They have 3 biological children, Ben, Andy (married), Christian (married) and 3 grandchildren and they have been blessed to have had over 50 children come thru their home and call them “Mom and Dad.”
Bob has two life verses that guide him: James 1:2 Blessed is the one who perseveres under trial because, having stood the test, that person will receive the crown of life that the Lord has promised to those who love him. Philippians 2:3-4 Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit. Rather, in humility value others above yourselves, not looking to your own interests but each of you to the interests of others.