Through his indomitable courage and complete disregard for his safety, he averted excessive loss of life and injury to the members of the battalion. The sustained extraordinary courage and selflessness displayed by CSM Littrell over an extended period of time were in keeping with the highest traditions of the military service and reflect great credit on him and the U.S. Army.

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Former Federal Maritime Commissioner Paul Anderson joined Port Tampa Bay as Chief Executive Officer in December 2012 after holding a series of high-profile leadership positions in the public and private sectors over the last three decades. Prior to joining the Port Tampa Bay, Mr. Anderson was the Chief Executive Officer at the Jacksonville Port Authority.

Edward Miyagishima - VP of Communications & External AffairsEd Miyagishima brings over 20 years of experience in high-level management positions in both the public and private sector. As a part of the port’s executive management team, Ed oversees all strategic coordination with senior management, manages all scheduling and executive staff for the CEO, represents the port to key business and community stakeholders. 

Colonel Susan A. Ferrera​Colonel Susan A. Ferrera was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the United States Air Force through the Reserve Officer Training Corps and entered the service in 1991 as a Services Officer.  Her career assignments have taken her to places such as, Dhahran Air Base, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Hickam AFB, Hawaii and  Grand Forks AFB, North Dakota.   In August of 1995, was reassigned to 344th Training Squadron, 37th Training Wing, Lackland AFB, Texas, as Chief of Advance Courses Element.  In July of 1996, she was selected to serve as the 37th Training Wing Executive Officer. 




Special Forces Veteran with significant operational and combat experience, having served as a Senior Advisor to several General Officers, Senior Civilian Policy Makers, National Members of several Interagency Task Forces as well as several House and Senate Committee Members
Focused on building awareness for strategic solutions for business to business partnerships.

Major General Mark A. “Droopy” Clark was the fourth commander of Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command (MARSOC). He retired from the Marine Corps in 2014 upon relinquishing command of MARSOC.