Peter Begin is the President of The Alternative Board – Hartford. Since its founding in 2005, TAB-Hartford has helped scores of highly successful entrepreneurs and leaders of privately-held businesses exceed their personal and business goals using the TAB system of peer advisory boards and one-on-one coaching. Peter has assembled a team of highly qualified and experienced business coaches who share a singular vision – To help each and every TAB member clearly articulate and achieve their own personal definition of success.
“Business owners come to us for lots of different reasons – some are looking to grow their business, some want to get their life under control, and others are looking for a forum where they can let their hair down and talk with people who truly understand what it means to run a business. Whatever the driver is for them joining TAB, we have the tools and the skill sets to help them get to where they want to go.”
Prior to TAB, Peter was the CFO for the Life Insurance Division of Lincoln Financial, held financial executive positions with Aetna and earned his CPA with Coopers & Lybrand.
Peter, a Hartford native, received his BS in Accounting from the UCONN. He has served as an adjunct professor of finance at UCONN and is currently serving on TAB’s Franchise Advisory Board.
He and his wife Susan resides in West Hartford. They love spending time their daughter and new grandson in Boston and son in San Diego.
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