|Board of Directors|
|President – Larry Zogby
Larry Zogby has always known how to make his dreams a reality. Early in his career, Mr. Zogby developed a passion for business as he managed a popular five-star restaurant in historic Bay Ridge. Combining his hands-on experience with a valuable academic foundation. Mr. Zogby earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Finance and Management from the College of Staten Island. After graduating in 1986, Larry inherited RDS Same Day Delivery Service from his father Mitchell Zogby, Jr., who bought the business in 1973.
For over 30 years, Mr. Zogby has taken his family business under his wing to make RDS Delivery a recognized and premier courier service company. As a native New Yorker, Mr. Zogby relied on his roots to develop the most comprehensive and professional delivery network in the New York metropolitan and tri-state area.
|Vice President – Jay Waldman
Jay Waldman was founder and president of Contemporary Courier, Inc. and led the company to notable success prior to its purchase by U.S. Delivery Systems. U.S. Delivery Systems not only purchased Contemporary Courier, they also invited Jay to take on a key leadership role where he was responsible for the integration and assimilation of over 20 acquired companies. He was later selected for senior management positions with Corporate Express including President for the Northeast Region and, after its purchase became Chief Operating Officer of Velocity Express.
Today Mr. Waldman remains actively involved in industry associations and plays a key role in the overall direction, new market development and operations of Select Express & Logistics.
|Secretary/Treasurer – Mitchell Newman
Born in New York City, Mitchell Newman began working in his family’s business in 1961 at the age of eight years old. The business grew from a small Manhattan candy store on First Avenue to where it is today, the largest, independently owned, newspaper/magazine home delivery service in the country. Everyday six hundred contractors distribute over 150,000 publications to the front door of residents in New York City and Westchester County.
In 2002, Mitchell’s NY Logistics expanded with the purchase of DataMovers Messenger and Courier Service. Focusing on the metro New York region, eighty messengers and forty drivers move an envelope to a truckload from Connecticut to Philadelphia. In 2008, the company began providing warehousing services for clients.
Mr. Newman has been a member of the New York State Messenger and Courier Association (NYSMCA) since 2004 and became a Board member in 2010.
|Board Member – Troy Cahill
Troy D. Cahill is General Counsel for LaserShip, Inc. Prior to taking over leadership of LaserShip’s legal department in 2013, Mr. Cahill was in private practices with Akin Gump where he focused his practice on appellate litigation before the Supreme Cout of the United States and federal courts of appeals. Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Cahill served as staff counsel in the Supreme Court of the United States, Office of the Clerk from 2002 to 2006. From 1999 to 2000 Mr. Cahill was a law clerk to the Honorable Frank W. Bullock Jr. of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina. Mr. Cahill received his B.S. in history and psychology from James Madison University and received his J.D. cum laude in 1999 from the Wake Forest University School of Law, where was named to Order of the Coif and served as executive editor of the Wake Forest Law Review.
|Board Member – Arelis Gutierrez|
|Board Member – Michael Turek
Michael Turek’s background with the company has spanned more than 20 years and has included both sales and operations roles, perfectly setting him up for his current role. He graduated with a BS in Business Management from The College of New Jersey School of Business. Mike has held key management roles in operations and finance with Edison Parking Corporation, New York Document Exchange and NYDEX. Mike enjoys golfing, college sports and spending vacations on the beach with his family.
|Immediate Past President – John V. Rutigliano
John V. Rutigliano is the Vice President of Operations and Information Technology for A-1 International, Inc. Mr. Rutigliano started with the company in 1983 running a local New York City messenger office. Since that time the company has grown from a small office in New York and New Jersey to brick and mortar locations in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Michigan in addition to operations in six other markets. A-1 International, Inc. offers local same day messenger and trucking services, warehouse, logistic and fulfillment services and scheduled and distribution services. In addition to those services, Mr. Rutigliano is responsible for the operations of A-1 Office Services Management, which is a management outsourcing company that was established in 1987. In 2005, Mr. Rutigliano was given the additional responsibility of overseeing the Information technology for the company.
Mr. Rutigliano is now in his second term on the New York State Messenger and Courier (NYSMCA) Board of Directors. He is a graduate of New York University’s Stern Business School and received his Master’s in 1995 from Wagner College, which was the inaugural year of their Executive MBA program.
Mr. Rutigliano lives in New Jersey with his wife Nicole and their three children.