Who is ben beck?
Although Ben was born a Detroiter, he has spent the past two decades in a small town called Greenville, PA growing in the arts and most recently spent his days as director of a local gallery and studio ministry called Sans MOCO as well as manager of the Chamber of Commerce where he worked tirelessly to engage the community and build meaningful relationships. Ben tries to speak often of Christ as well as lead and live by example. Ben is Executive Director of the Greenville Neuromodulation Center, a non-profit organization dedicated to the treatment of Parkinson’s disease and other disorders, A life goal of Ben's is to live in a shipping container home. He really loves his family, friends and drawing with charcoal, painting with oils and printing with woodblocks.
Thiel College Alumnus, Class of 2010, Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts, Cum Laude
Student Ambassador, Germany, American Field Service 2004-2005
Greenville High School Alumnus, Class of 2005
40 Under 40 Honoree, Mercer County Chambers of Commerce, 2018
Young Professional Award, Pennsylvania Economic Development Association, 2015
Unsung Hero Of The Year Award, Greenville Kiwanis, 2015
Departmental Honors, Thiel College, 2010
German-American Solidarity Fund Scholarship Honoree, 2004
Greenville Neuromodulation Center, Executive Director, 2017 - Present
Board Member, Greenville Area Community Theater, 2014-2015, 2017-Present
Board Member, Greenville Symphony Society, 2019 - Present
Greenville Borough Council, President, January 2018 - November 2018
Greenville Planning Commission, Secretary, 2017-2018
Mercer County Regional Planning Commission, 2017-2018
Manager, Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce, 2013-2015. Working with the Chamber of Commerce was an incredible opportunity to work with the local business community. I was made aware of many of the obstacles they face, doing business in the borough. I also work along side the Small Business Development Corporation and the Greenville Economic Development Corporation in educating local business on specific areas they were seeking growth. During the fall of 2015 I worked diligently to make the community aware of the support that was needed downtown to keep our businesses alive during the Main Street closure debacle.
Director, Founder Sans MOCO Gallery & Atelier, 2013-2015. With the help of hundreds of volunteers and the graciousness of hundreds of donors, my dream of a Downtown Gallery and Studio space was made alive under the umbrella of Downtown Ministries, Inc. The amount of support that was shown during the 3 1/2 years the project was "in process" showcases the wonderful community spirit that exists in this small town. I was bless to be the founder of the Gallery, but it only happened when the vision was caught by so many who came to help.
COMMITMENT to community
Beck X Co is committed to the greater Greenville community. We prove our commitment through hundreds of hours of donated web services and maintenance annually, as well as participation on boards and committees that help improve our community. One such committee is the Community Vision Task Force which was started by Beck X Co founder and head designer Ben Beck. Learn more about the Task Force here.