CHAIRMAN & CEO, RYDER SYSTEM, MIAMI
Founded in 1933, Ryder System is a publicly traded, $8.4-billion global logistics and transportation company. Ryder provides supply chain, dedicated transportation and fleet management solutions to some of the world’s most-recognized consumer brands. Ryder has operations in the U.S., Mexico, Canada and the United Kingdom. It employs some 40,000, runs a fleet of more than 235,000 vehicles, manages 64 million square feet of warehouse space and services 50,000 customers. Sanchez started at Ryder in 1993 and became CEO in 2013.
|EDUCATION||University of Miami (BS), University of Pennsylvania (MBA)|
|PROFESSIONAL EVOLUTION||In my 28 years with Ryder, I have had 18 different jobs. I’ve done everything in the company from writing software to dealing with investors to running the business in my roles as CFO, CIO, COO and now as CEO.|
|CIVIC EFFORT||I am a trustee at the University of Miami and St. Thomas University and on the board of Big Brother Big Sisters of America, among other organizations. However, my passion lies with the United Way of Miami-Dade, where I am chairman of the board this year.|
|SOMETHING SURPRISING||My first job was at a Carvel ice cream store in Miami when I was 14.|
|READING||Fewer, Richer, Greener, by Laurence B. Siegel|