Castillo Joins T&T Bisso

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

The T&T Bisso Response Network announced the addition of Mirian Castillo to its team. Castillo will serve as operations assistant for the company’s Salvage & Emergency Response group.

Born in Ecuador, Castillo began her career as an operations intern for Gulf Agency Company in Houston. She became a port disbursement analyst for Heidmar Inc., a commercial operator of tanker vessels based in Norwalk, Conn., and was later promoted to vetting and quality coordinator in support of tanker vetting and fleet management operations. She is an honors graduate of the State University of New York Maritime College and is pursuing a master of science degree in international transportation management.

(www.ttbisso.com)

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