Chip Webster, outgoing chairman of Tiger 21 Tampa Bay After a hiatus stemming from the Covid-19 crisis, the Tampa Bay chapter of Tiger 21, a networking and support group for high-net-worth individuals, is gearing up for a return and has named a new chairman. The St. Pete Catalyst will bring you a conversation with the group’s new head very soon, but first, we caught up with outgoing chairman Chip Webster, who ran Vistage Florida, a business advisory and executive coaching organization, for nearly three decades before coming out of retirement in 2018 to lead Tiger 21. Webster said he’s been criss-crossing the country in his RV as a way to deal with the isolation of the coronavirus pandemic. “We went all the way to Washington State and back in one week,” he said, adding that he’s visited 22 states since re-retiring last year. When we spoke with Webster, he was back in the Tampa Bay area, camped at an RV dealership in Seffner. Webster said a group like Tiger 21, which caters to people who are worth at least $10 million, are important because highly successful people often have few peers who are concerned only with helping them instead of trying to get something from them. For example, the group tackles topics such as philanthropy and how to sustain, preserve and pass on wealth. “The reason people join,” Webster said, “is because when you arrive at that place of ultra-high net worth, the list of people you can talk […]