WTDC Newsletter – December 22, 2022
Miami, Fla. – WTDC President and CEO Sean Gazitua and 5 nominees were appointed to the Adrienne Arsht Center Trust (AACT) Board of Directors during the Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners meeting on November 1, 2022.
“I’m honored to now be appointed to the Adrienne Arsht Center Trust Board of Directors. Community is one of the four pillars of WTDC. With this new platform, I hope to further uplift our community through the arts,” said Gazitua.
Mr. Gazitua joins the AACT Board as a lifelong supporter of the arts and proud alumnus of Florida International University (FIU) where he is Vice President of FIU Alumni Association Board of Directors and President of Sigma Phi Epsilon Alumni Volunteer Corporation. He takes an active role in the development of his two sons as Chief of their YMCA Adventure Guides program. Through his company WTDC, a Foreign Trade Zone and logistics company, he is a champion for children’s causes such as Live Like Bella, Lotus House, His House Children’s Home, and Prison Fellowship’s Angel Tree Project.
The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County is the preeminent hub for arts in Miami-Dade County, with a mission to engage and connect people from every corner of the community through artistic excellence and inspiring educational experiences. The Board supports the Arsht Center through supervision, recruitment, and advocacy. The AACT Board of Directors accepted 6 new members in November: Norma Jean Abraham, Tania Dominguez, Liliam Lopez, Larry Quinlan, Koen Hardemon, and Sean Gazitua.
About WTDC: WTDC is a Foreign Trade Zone and logistics company in Miami celebrating its 45th anniversary in business in 2022. The company is owned and operated by the Gazitua family. WTDC President & CEO Sean Gazitua is the third-generation of family to lead the company. WTDC specializes in transportation management and inventory control for the Duty Free and Travel Retail sectors including spirits, wines, and electronics.
For additional information contact:
Sean Gazitua, WTDC President & CEO
305-594-7484 ext. 116