Phillip Mrozinski, is the President of Strategic Business Institute (a 501c3 nonprofit Business College) in Boca Raton, Florida. Over the last fifty-seven years, Mrozinksi has been in the finance, marketing, investment, and tax industries. He has worked as a consultant and turnaround specialist for Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, law firms, and CPA firms. He also has been a reliable resource to find the money for business growth, development, construction, start-ups, restructure business models as well as linking investors to dynamic growth companies. His efforts have helped build advertising agencies, insurance agencies, nonprofit organizations, real estate companies, and educational programs.
Mrozinksi has also been a professor and/or consultant in several areas including Business Structure, Marketing, Management, Finance, and Taxation concepts and techniques. He expertise made him
instrumental in building the School of Entrepreneurship at Nova Southeastern University, International College of the Cayman Islands and developing Entrepreneurial Classes at colleges and universities around the country as well as the U.S. Government Small Business Administration’s SCORE and TED programs. He has also served as a managing director at National Liberty Marketing (an Art Linkletter company) and has assisted such notables as Stan Musial, Tip O’Neal, Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Connie Stevens, Spiro Agnew, and Yaacov Heller.
“I am honored to be appointed to the board of Hugs and Smiles and helping to support and build their vision for helping disadvantaged children and teens through exposure to the arts. We can positively enrich the lives of so many children, by building their self-confidence and opening their eyes to new opportunities for self-expression. I feel my past experience with the Association for Retarded Children, Junior Achievement, Distributive Education Clubs of America, Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, and Junior Optimists and other children's related organizations will be beneficial in helping Hugs and Smiles to develop into a strong and supportive organization for children in South Florida".