SOUTHFIELD — Entrepreneurs’ Organization Detroit, a chapter of the global community that enriches members’ lives through direct peer-to-peer learning, connections to experts and once-in-a-lifetime experiences, announced today that Farmington Hills-based Mango Languages Founder and CEO Jason Teshuba has been named the finance chair for the chapter.
Teshuba is serving a one-year term, during which he is responsible for overseeing the chapter’s financial procedures and status, including maintaining the budget performance to ensure the chapter’s financial solvency. Since the chapter’s founding in 1994, EO Detroit has grown to 122 members, generating a combined $1 billion in sales and employing more than 7,000 employees.
Teshuba founded Mango Languages in 2007. Enriching lives with language and culture, Mango Languages is a leading provider of self-study language learning services to libraries, government agencies, corporations, K-12 schools and universities, and the general public. To learn more about Mango Languages, visit mangolanguages.com.
Teshuba earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Michigan State University and is the vice president of strategy at the National Museum of Languages and serves as a board member of Yad Ezra, an organization that provides supplemental kosher food and necessities to those in need in the Jewish community.
Established in 1987 as a catalyst for entrepreneurs to learn and grow from each other, EO is a global network of more than 8,500 business owners in 40 countries. Together, these entrepreneurs account for $160 billion in sales and oversee 1.7 million employees.