CONSOLIDATED COMMISSION ON UTILITIES

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Joseph (Joey) T. Duenas

Joseph (Joey) T. Duenas

Chairman of the Board Since 2015

January 2009 – December 2016

CCU Secretary 2013-2016

QUALIFICATIONS:

More than twenty-five years of successful experience as a business professsional, including substantial experience in both the private and public sector.

PROFESSIONAL HIGHLIGHTS:

  • 2003-2006 Finance Officer, Archdiocese of Agana
  • 2001-2003 Business Consultant
  • 1995-2001 Director, Dept. of Revenue & Taxation, Govt. Guam
  • 1984-1995 President, Duenas Inc. / J.D. Investments Inc.
  • 1983-1984 President, Guam Housing Corporation, Govt. Guam

EDUCATION:

  • 1971 – B.A. Business Managment, Chaminade University of Honolulu, Honlulu, Hawaii
  • 1967 – Diploma, Fr. Duenas Memorial High School, Tai, Guam

COMMUNITY SERVICE:

  • 2009-2012 CCU Treasurer
  • 1998-2000 Vice-Chairman, Chairman, Guam Election Commission
  • 1985-1994 Chairman, Public Utilities Commission
  • 1979-1981 Chairman, Board of Directors, American Red Cross
  • 1978-1982 Vice-Chair, Board of Trustees, Guam Community College
  • Past President, Rotary Club of Guam
Francis E. Santos

Francis E. Santos

Vice Chairman and Chairman of Finance Committee

Francis is the youngest and newest of the elected commissioners.

With over 25 years of experience in the private and public sectors, specializing in health insurance and business management. He now works as a consultant for healthcare and business related projects. He was formerly the CFO for GRMC, Guam’s newest private hospital as CFO. He served as Plan Administrator for StayWell Health Plan and President/CEO of Island Home Insurance Company.

Following the legacy of his late father, Senator Frank Santos, Francis also served 3 terms as a Senator. Recent appointments include serving as Chairman, Guam Education Policy Board.

Currently involved in business ventures which include Guam’s second public charter school, iLearn Academy Charter School serving as Chairman of the Board and member/director of Global Health Systems which specializes in wound care and hyperbaric medicine.

Francis holds a Master of Business Administration in Health Care Administration from Loma Linda University. He has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management from Seattle University. Francis is a graduate of Father Duenas Memorial School, Class of 1975

Michael Limtiaco

Michael Limtiaco

Commisioner

Michael Limtiaco

 

Mobile Phone: 671-888-6280

Secondary Phone:

E-mail: mlimtiaco@pacificunlimitedguam.com

 

OBJECTIVE

Develop corporate strategy, direct business development and execute strategic initiatives, and progressively improve skill set, take on new challenges.

 

WORK EXPERIENCE

Executive Vice President

July 2007 – present

 

Pacific Unlimited Inc. | Barrigada, Guam

DOD and DLA Prime Vendor of Subsistence, Supply Chain Management, Logistics, Transportation, Heavy Equipment Sales, Maintenance and Repair

 

Responsible for the strategic planning, business development, and execution of all operational requirements.

Manage and direct departmental staff to meet operational initiatives and KPIs in all functional areas.

Manage the Profit and Loss statements and all financials to properly control expenditures and plan for capitalization and human resource needs for future growth that is in line with strategic road map.  

Report directly to the President to ensure proper capitalization planning, financing, and debt service to achieve the correct balance of risk and measured growth.  

Responsible for continuous business process improvement to achieve higher productivity and efficiencies.

 

Senator

 

January 2012 – December 2014

32nd Guam Legislature | Hagatna, Guam

Government Sector

Responsible for all legislative duties including drafting and introduction of bills and resolutions and considers legislation proposed by other members of the legislature.

Chair and participates in legislative committees and oversight hearings.

Examines and discusses bills and votes on legislation.

Review and vote on Governor appointments to certain positions, including members of the Cabinet, justices of the Guam Judiciary.

Other duties include obligations to check and balance other parts of the government.

 

Six Sigma Project Manager

June 2005 – June 2007

 

Toshiba America Information Systems | Irvine, CA

 

Computer Hardware

 

Project Manager in Logistics Department of Toshiba America Information Systems utilizing Six Sigma training to improve processes, drive efficiencies, and control cost.

 

Responsible for all Logistics related Six Sigma projects.
Completed 5 projects with a total annual savings of over $5 million dollars.
Was recognized and awarded highest level of achievement by Toshiba Japan for Six Sigma related projects.
Served as consultant, team lead, and team member on several Toshiba Six Sigma projects outside Logistics Department. Responsible for analyzing data and determining opportunities for process improvement and utilizing quality improvement methodologies to improve processes, decrease variation, and improve quality.
Responsible for the management of all overseas shipments of Toshiba Laptops and PDAs from Asia for distribution throughout North America more than one million units per year.
Analyze and manage all costs associated with transportation expenses more than $25 million dollars per year.
Negotiate, award, and manage contracts associated with freight vendors.
Responsible for negotiating contract rates in both fixed price and cost-plus models.
Directly responsible for the management of the Overseas Direct Shipment Operation and its staff.
Responsible for managing vendor relationships and performance metrics by analyzing and managing trends and communicating with vendors via daily phone calls, weekly conference calls, and bi-monthly meetings.
Directly responsible for the management of the support staff contractually provided by all freight vendors.
Assists Supply Chain department to develop Supply Plan with a 3 month running forecast with 90% accuracy in order to secure required airlift.
Monitor factory build schedules to ensure the timely execution of the negotiated five day turn around time.
Develop and analyze metrics and trends of Toshiba delivery performance in relation to end customer Vendor Performance Metric programs.
Represent Corporate Logistics department at all customer VPM conference calls for customers such as Best Buy, Circuit City, and Comp USA.
Analyze trends associated with costs per unit that drive decision to lower transportation costs.
Six Sigma Black Belt Certified.

Staff Transportation Analyst

December 2002 – May 2005

 

Toshiba America Information Systems | Irvine, CA

 

Computer Hardware

Staff Analyst in Logistics Department of Toshiba America Information Systems managing the Direct Ship program of over 1 million laptop and PDA units annually.
Responsible for the management of all overseas shipments of Toshiba Laptops and PDAs from Asia for distribution throughout North America in excess of one million units per year.
Analyze and manage all costs associated with transportation expenses in excess of $25 million dollars per year.
Negotiate, award, and manage contracts associated with freight vendors.
Responsible for negotiating contract rates in both fixed price and cost-plus models.
Directly responsible for the management of the Overseas Direct Shipment Operation and its staff.
Responsible for managing vendor relationships and performance metrics by analyzing and managing trends and communicating with vendors via daily phone calls, weekly conference calls, and bi-monthly meetings.
Directly responsible for the management of the support staff contractually provided by all freight vendors.
Assists Supply Chain department to develop Supply Plan with a 3 month running forecast with 90% accuracy in order to secure required airlift.
Monitor factory build schedules to ensure the timely execution of the negotiated five day turn around time.
Monitor and ensure timely shipment of all finished goods.
Monitor, track and manage all finished goods shipments from origin to delivery destination with shipments in excess of one million laptops and PDAs per year.
Develop and analyze metrics and trends of carrier delivery performance from on-time uplift performance through the entire distribution channel to on-time delivery.
Develop and analyze metrics and trends of Toshiba delivery performance in relation to end customer Vendor Performance Metric programs.
Represent Corporate Logistics department at all customer VPM conference calls for customers such as Best Buy, Circuit City, and Comp USA.
Analyze trends associated with costs per unit that drive decision to lower transportation costs.
Analyze, manage, and ensure all invoices are accurate, approved, and paid timely.
Analyze and manage Over, Short, and Damaged data to ensure claim process is followed to protect shipments with a retail value of 100 million per year.
Responsible for reporting monthly performance metrics directly to VP of Corporate Logistics and Corporate Transportation Manager.

 

Pick-Up & Delivery Manager

May 1998 – December 2002

 

FedEx Ground | San Diego

Logistics


Manage Pick-up & Delivery Contractors ensuring 100% coverage of all 72 contracted routes.
Manage Pick-up & Delivery Department consisting of 8 supervisors, 90 drivers, and 40 package handlers.
Manage daily logistics of delivering 18,000 inbound packages to residential and business locations.
Manage daily logistics of picking up 20,000 outbound packages.
Responsible for controlling cost related to pick up and delivery operation: $5,400,000 per year.
Responsible for analysis of per package cost, trends, and claims.
Responsible for analysis of overnight and total on-time service for both outbound and inbound packages as well identifying opportunity lanes for improvement.
Conduct daily contractor performance evaluations.
Ensure contract compliance and identify contract breach.
Manage contractor and driver customer service.
Ensure DOT compliance, safety requirements, and fleet maintenance requirements are met.
Manage route development and engineering.
Work directly with customer service supervisors to ensure product quality and customer satisfaction.
Implemented 3 independent contracts reducing cartage cost by $30,000 per year.
Earned 8 performance awards

 

Pick-Up & Delivery Coordinator

April 1996 – May 1998

 

FedEx Ground | Honolulu, HI

 

Logistics

Managed the daily logistics of delivering 1500 inbound packages and picking-up 500 outbound packages.
Managed inbound and outbound sorts, ensuring the proper routing of all packages.
Managed outbound package compliance to ensure reduced damage and customs compliance for packages destined to Canada and Puerto Rico.
Managed 9 independent RPS contractors and 15 package handlers.
Conducted daily contractor performance evaluations
Monitored contract performance of airline vendors
Worked directly with shippers to ensure customer satisfaction.
Reduced annual fuel cost 30% by negotiating bulk purchase contract.
Earned 8 performance awards.

 

Assistant Operation Supervisor/Procurement

May 1993 – May 1996

 

Pacific Unlimited | Tamuning, Guam

Logistics

 

Full-time summer and winter positions. Part-time position while attending college.
Supervised warehouse employees.
Managed vehicle maintenance records.
Managed daily warehouse operation.
Sourced and purchased heavy equipment for resale in Guam.
Coordinated logistics of pick-up and delivery to end users.

 

 

EDUCATION

Certification,

6/2005 – 3/2007

 

Toshiba Six Sigma Black Belt | Irvine, CA

Awarded Toshiba PC Company Six Sigma Project award for innovation one for Fiscal Year 2007. One of only six individuals to receive world wide.

Certification,

4/2003 – 6/2005

 

Toshiba Six Sigma Green Belt | Irvine, CA

Certified Project Leader (Green Belt) in Six Sigma methodology in both DMAIC and DFACE applications

Bachelor’s Degree,

09/1991 – 12/1996

 

University of San Diego | San Diego, CA

B.A., Business Administration in Business Economics
B.A., Minor, Political Science
Graduated Cum Laude.
Omicron Delta Epsilon Economics Honor Society
Order of Omega Greek Honor Society

 

SKILLS

Contract Negotiation Expert
Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Expert
Route Engineering and Development Expert
RF Scanner, Information Capture, On Van Computer Intermediate
PC Computer/AS-400 Intermediate
Japanese read, write, and speak Beginner
Transportation Management System Expert
Minitab Intermediate
Oracle Intermediate
Microsoft AX Dynamics Expert

 

Boards and Commissions

Board of Trustees Guam Memorial Hospital: 2010-2012

Consolidated Commission on Utilities: 2019-2022

Judith “Judi” P. Guthertz

Judith “Judi” P. Guthertz

Treasurer and Chairman of Internal Audit Committee

Fondly known as “Dr. J” by thousands of University of Guam (UOG) students and graduates, Dr. Guthertz was raised on Guam from her infancy by post-war Guam business pioneers Harry & Josephine Guthertz. Dr. Guthertz is a product of the Guam school system; she started school in Kindergarten at Wettengel Elementary and graduated from the Academy of Our Lady of Guam. She did her undergraduate and graduate higher education studies on scholarships as a foreign student at the University of the Philippines where she obtained a BA in Speech and Communications, an MA in Mass Communications, a Master’s in Public Administration and a Doctorate in Public Administration and Public Policy. Senator Guthertz served three terms as a Senator in the Guam Legislature. During the 2013-2016 academic terms, Dr. Guthertz served in the trenches of the Guam Public School System (GPSS) at Untalan Middle School as a certified ESL/Social Studies teacher and as an Adjunct Professor at UOG and Guam Community College (GCC). She is also a former board member for the Guam Visitors Bureau and has been focusing on initiatives to safeguard tourists visiting Guam. Dr. Guthertz continues to assist the University of Guam as an Adjunct Professor of Public Administration and Legal Studies.

Professional Experience:

  • Senator, 29th, 30th and 31st Guam Legislature;
  • Vice President of Academic Affairs, University of Guam;
  • Professor & Chairperson, Public Administration & Legal Studies, University of Guam;
  • Chairperson, Western Pacific Regional Fishery Management Council;
  • Police Chief (Acting) Guam Police Department;
  • Director of Public Safety, US Territory of Guam;
  • Graduate, FBI Executive Development Institute for Chief of Police;
  • Graduate, Guam Police Academy/Basic Law Enforcement (Reserve Cycle);
  • Vice President, Guam Constitutional Convention;
  • Public Information Officer, Guam U.S. Statehood Task Force;
  • Chairperson, Guam Organic Act Commemoration Task Force;
  • Chairperson, Government of Guam Executive Branch Reorganization Commission;
  • Chairperson, Advisory Panel, Western Pacific Fishery Management Council;
  • Public School Teacher, Guam Department of Education
Simon A. Sanchez II

Simon A. Sanchez II

  • Vice President/General Manager. Guam Dry Cleaners
  • Director, Oka Pacific, Inc. (Equipment Distributor)
  • Director, Our Lady of Peace Memorial Park
  • Shareholder, Guahan Waste Control
  • Chairman, Consolidated Commission on Utilities (CCU) (2003-2014)
    Oversees Guam’s power and water utilities
  • Senator, 25th Guam Legislature (1999-2000). Chairman, Committee on Health
  • Former Board member: Guam Chamber of Commerce, Guam Visitors Bureau, Guam Hotel & Restaurant Association, Guam Memorial Hospital
  • Education: Father Duenas High School
  • B.A (History) Stanford University
  • Masters (Urban Planning) Harvard University

Mr. Sanchez is the former Chairman of Guam’s Consolidated Commission on Utilities (CCU), an elected board that oversees the operations of the Guam Power Authority (GPA) and the Guam Waterworks Authority (GWA). He has been elected four times and served as commission Chairman from 2003 to 20014.

He also is a long time Guam businessman involved in a number of businesses that provide services such as laundries, waste management, finance, real estate, consulting and equipment sales.

Mr. Sanchez also served as a Senator in the Guam Legislature and was an unsuccessful candidate for Lt. Governor. He has served in numerous government and civic boards including the Guam Chamber of Commerce, Guam Visitors Bureau, Guam Hotel & Restaurant Association, Guam Memorial Hospital, American Cancer and American Red Cross.

He has a Masters Degree in Planning from Harvard University and a BA in History from Stanford University.

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