San Francisco, California. Feb 8 2018. The International Trade Council (www.tradecouncil.org) today announced that Ms. Zeydi Gutierrez has been appointed as the Council’s Chairperson for the Greater San Francisco Region.
Ms. Gutierrez is the Director of Business Operations at AB&I Foundry, a producer of quality cast iron soil pipes and fittings for waste, drain and vent plumbing systems. In her role, one of her primary responsibilities are to advise on strategies and to execute plans that enable the business to operate more efficiently and effectively. Zeydi leads the charge with community outreach and is the liaison with the City of Oakland. With over 25 years of combined experience in Safety, Training, Human Resources, Organizational growth, she has a passion for people and for what can be achieved when businesses and people work towards a common goal.
Zeydi has a B.S. degree in Organizational Studies, an MBA- Operational and Supply Chain Management and a SPHR certification and was recently appointed to the City of Oakland Workplace Development board.
“Zeydi is an outstanding leader who brings a wealth of organizational, operational and human resources management experience with her and we are thrilled she is joining the Council’s team. She is recognized for her ability to build and lead organizations and has a talent for bringing out the best in people,” said Ms. Melanie Walker, the Council’s Member Chairperson. “The Board is confident that with Zeydi’s assistance the Council can help even more Californian companies to showcase their innovative products and services, overcome hurdles in developing new markets and continue to grow their domestic and international sales.”
The appointment of Ms. Gutierrez as the Council’s Chairperson for the Greater San Francisco Region strengthens the commitment that the organization is making to companies in California and elsewhere across the United States of America.
The Council also recently announced the appointment of Mr. Bradley Rose and Mr. Neeraj Bhatia as its Chairpersons for Greater Los Angeles and Silicon Valley respectively.