Sean Gazitua is President & CEO of WTDC, a Miamibased logistics infrastructure company providing supply chain management, Foreign Trade Zone & U.S. Customs bonded warehousing, international and domestic transportation management, inventory control and fulfillment.
Mr. Gazitua is the third generation of family ownership at WTDC, a business founded by his grandfather in 1977. Before ascending to President & CEO in 2017, Mr. Gazitua had 15 years of experience at the company is well versed in every aspect of logistics. WTDC prepositions inventory in its Foreign Trade Zone for spirits manufacturers, electronics, renewable energy components and other high value commodities.
In 2021, WTDC received two Travel Retail Superstars Awards from duty free and travel retail publisher The Moodie Davitt Report. Team WTDC won the Star Team Americas: Logistics/Warehouse Award and Mr. Gazitua won the Humanity, Leadership, & Inspiration Award. The 2021 Travel Retail Superstars Awards were the first edition of an annual awards for travel retail employees across airport, airline, downtown store and cruise sectors.
Mr. Gazitua is actively involved in the business and cultural development of the South Florida community. In August 2020, he was selected by Miami Today newspaper for inclusion in the Book of Leaders with an Achievers profile. He is a graduate of the School of International Business at Florida International University (FIU). Mr. Gazitua currently sits on the FIU Alumni Association Board of Directors as the Vice President and previously sat on the FIU President’s Council. Mr. Gazitua also serves as the President for FIU’s Sigma Phi Epsilon Alumni & Volunteer Corporation. He provides the social continuity necessary to ensure long-term success for these organizations. Mr. Gazitua is a frequent radio guest and panelist for logistics, education, and community engagement forums. He was selected as a member of Leadership Miami, a community development extension of the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce (GMCC) for executives. Mr. Gazitua is passionate in his support of Live Like Bella, a childhood cancer awareness foundation, His House, an organization dedicated to restoring the lives of children, and Angel Tree, a prison fellowship organization that strengthens the bonds between the incarcerated and their children. In 2008 he married Emely Yanes Gazitua and they have two sons, Gavin Mateo and Logan Gabriel.
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