Michael Noone brings more than 30 years of experience in shipping and logistics to TOTE. He joined the TOTE family of companies in with TOTE Maritime Alaska. He assumed the role of President of TOTE Maritime Puerto Rico in 2018. Prior to his time with TOTE, Noone served as Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President for Yusen Logistics Americas (formerly NYK Logistics), where he was responsible for leading the strategic direction, execution and bottom line results for the company’s six business units.
Before his time at Yusen, Noone spent a total of 21 years with Maersk companies and five years with APL, part of the NOL Group. During his most recent time with Maersk, he served as Vice President of the Eastern Region where he managed and led an integrated sales force for all ocean transportation and logistics services. He has also served as the Senior Vice President for Maersk Logistics leading multiple lines of business throughout the Americas. Noone also led APL Logistics throughout the Americas and served as VP/Managing Director for NOL, responsible for APL Liner activities throughout the 21 Eastern states.
A graduate in Business Administration from Wagner College, Noone has also received certifications from two of the nation’s top executive programs in Logistics; Smeal College of Business Administration at Penn State University and the Fisher College of Business at Ohio State University.
He also holds certifications in Advance Management from INSEAD Fontainebleau, France, as well from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan in Strategic Planning and Implementation.
Noone recently served on the Board of the Tacoma-Pierce Country Chamber of Commerce. He has served as a Steering Committee Member for the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) from 2011-2013. He has also served on the boards of NYK Group Americas and Hudd Distribution.
Noone lives in Jacksonville with his wife Alyssa. They have two daughters both of whom live on the east coast.
Grace brings over 13 years of professional experience managing a wide range of activities from complex oil and gas exploration logistics, aviation operations and safety in remote Arctic Alaska, to business development and consulting. Most recently, Grace was responsible for leading all aviation logistics operations in the Alaska Venture for the Shell Exploration and Production Company.
Grace received her bachelor’s degree in Oceanography from the United States Naval Academy and served in the U.S. Marine Corps as a helicopter pilot and Aircraft Commander. During her service she held various leadership roles in Operations and Logistics as well as Director of Safety and Standardization.