Thurso is a former UTi Vice President with almost 27 years of service who currently resides in Southern California. He is qualified as a Chartered Accountant in both South Africa and Australia and has worked in the logistics industry for 34 years.
Thurso is currently the CFO for Vanguard Logistics based in Los Angeles.
TRUSTEE & HONORARY CFO
Glenn retired from full-time employment with UTi in 2007 to concentrate on community activities. Glenn was President, Client Solutions- Asia Pacific, prior to this he held various senior positions within the group. He serves on the boards of a number of charities in Australia.
Alan retired from UTi in 2006 after serving as President, Asia Pacific since 1996 and is former Director of UTi Worldwide. As a Rhodes Scholar, Alan graduated with a Masters of Philosophy from Oxford Univeristy and an Alpha Beta Pass. He received a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the Univeristy of Natal and qualified as a Chartered Accountant in South Africa.
Simon is a former Chairman of the Board of Directors of UTi Worldwide, a position from which he retired in 2008. A lawyer by background, he now lives in Oxford in the UK where he pursues various charitable, educational and business interests.
Carlos was formerly a senior executive of UTi after founding SLI with his brothers in 1991. SLI was sold to UTi in 2002 after which Carlos held many senior roles with UTi including President of Europe and the Middle East a region of 54 Countries.
Carlos has extensive academic achievements and ongoing academic interests in Spain ,Peru and the USA, he is an Honorary Professor at CEU Cardenal Herrera.
Carlos is based in Madrid Spain but travels extensively advising global organizations.
Ed wasformerly Chief Executive Officer of UTi until January 2016.
Ed has held leadership roles as both a customer and provider of global supply chain solutions. Prior to joining UTi, he served as a Senior Executive at Hewlett Packard and Menlo Worldwide.
Ed holds a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from Lehigh University and a Masters Degree in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University.
Ed has a particular interest in micro development programs and is currently involved with an Agros International Project to break the cycle of rural poverty in Nicaragua.