The 2021 Treasure Coast Business Summit is celebrating it’s 13th Anniversary!
~ 2021 Keynote Speaker ~
Dr. Timothy Moore
On September 1, 2020, Dr. Timothy Moore became Indian River State College’s fourth president.
Dr. Moore brings to the role more than three decades of experience in federal, private, and academic research and development experience, including service in higher education as Vice President for Research at Florida A&M University and Associate Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Research Program Development at Auburn University. Dr. Moore has extensive leadership experience in the areas of strategic planning and budget development, oversight of research center development and promotions, licensing, commercialization and technology transfer, advancement of student research, fundraising, and economic development.
Dr. Moore has been the architect of a number of “firsts” during his career, including securing more than $350 million in competitive federal contract awards in the past three decades across a variety of federal agencies. He also spearheaded the largest competitive award in Auburn University history, the Equine Source Plasma Program. The endeavor produced equine-derived antibodies for use in an FDA-licensed Botulinum antitoxin vaccine, and most notably, generated more than $50 million in sales over 10 years and produced 500 new jobs for the region.
Prior to joining Indian River State College, Dr. Moore was the Co-Founder and Chief Science Officer of Probaxstra, Inc., a probiotics-based human supplements business; Chief Science Officer at MagPlasma, a veteran-owned small business where he conceived and patented a novel patient respired air treatment system for use in nursing homes and hospitals; Senior Vice President for Commercial Business Development for Ventech Solutions, Inc., a privately-owned Healthcare IT Solutions Firm; Director of Federal Research Program Development at the National Agricultural Biosecurity Center at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kan., and led a federal Homeland Security contract to invest more than $200 million in a new agricultural disease center research complex. He also served as market-sector manager for multiple product lines, including the Army and Marine Corps’ business activities at the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland, Wash., where he oversaw the business activities for the nation’s fourth largest national laboratory. Prior to his academic career, Dr. Moore served as an active duty Army officer from 1985 to 1992, including a post as the Director of the U.S. Army’s Chemical Weapons Defense Laboratory in Dugway Proving Ground in Utah.
Dr. Moore holds a BS degree in Biology from Wofford College, a MS degree in Biology and Microbiology from NC State University, and a Ph.D. in Kinesiology-Exercise Physiology from Auburn University.
2021 Annual Update Luncheon presented by The St. Lucie County Chamber of Commerce and City of Port St. Lucie.
Register for the luncheon HERE.
2021 Afternoon Breakout Session
Learn how to use your quirks and personal strengths to build value in your business. Kelly Swartz, Partner Patent Attorney from Widerman Malek Attorneys at Law and chair of weVENTURE Women’s Business Center board of Advisors will share her story and talk about ways entrepreneurs can use copyright, trademark and branding to add value to their business.
weVENTURE Women’s Business Center excited to support the Treasure Coast Business Summit and host this training to help entrepreneurs take inventory of what they are good at, and leverage what makes their work unique to build value in the business.”
|Training Topics: Business Plan, Franchising, Legal Issues, Managing a Business, Marketing/Sales|
|Primary Training Topic: Business Plan|