David Sullivan, Michael Poole and Mirja Nissen land new jobs
As CFO, Poole’s primary duty will be to preserve and safeguard the financial assets and affairs of the Canaveral Port Authority. Reporting directly to the CEO, Poole will have overall responsibility for providing strategic financial guidance and defining and managing the port’s efforts to achieve fiscal and business goals and objectives.
Poole spent more than a decade as CFO at JAXPORT and was deputy port director at the Port of Pensacola for nine years. He also was an auditor with the public accounting firm Saltmarsh, Cleaveland & Gund and with the Florida Auditor General.
Crowley Maritime Corp. announced Tuesday that David Sullivan has joined the company as vice president of business development and capture management for government services.
Sullivan will be based in Jacksonville, Fla., and report to Todd Busch, senior vice president and general manager of Crowley Solutions.
He previously was a capture strategist for Northrop Grumman Corp. tasked with helping gain government program contracts of strategic value. During his career, Sullivan has held various management and executive positions of increasing responsibility with Verizon, Lucent Technologies, Level(3) Communications, URS Corporation/AECOM and ManTech International. In 2001, he co-founded The Fearthainne Group, serving as senior vice president and chief operating officer of the company that provided business management consulting services.
WCA, a global network of independent freight forwarders, has hired former DHL eCommerce international trade lane manager Mirja Nissen as co-director of its e-commerce network.
WCA, which also announced that it has opened a member-support office in Shezhen, China, said Nissen will work to ensure the network provides guidance to members interested in, or working in, the cross-border supply chain.
She has been working in cargo and logistics since 2001 and was a trade lane manager for Weiss Rohlig USA before joining DHL.