Marc Wolff is a graduate of Florida International University. His career has given him valuable experience in a variety of industries that include the steel industry, the paper industry, the aviation industry and philanthropy. He founded a variety of start-ups and organizations and his corporations have received several awards including INC. Magazine Top 5000 Company and Hispanic Business Magazine’s top ten fastest growing companies in America.
He has served Fortune 500 Companies as a vendor and understands the efficiencies necessary to succeed in today's marketplace while providing the customer the best possible value and customer experience. In addition, he has served customers internationally throughout the caribbean and latin america. With over 17 years of Senior Management and CEO experience, he values the clients as individuals and not as numbers.
Thomas Cooper obtained a Business Pre-Law Degree from Northeast Louisiana University. Additionally, he started all four years for the NLU NCAA Division I soccer team and was Most Valuable Player for two of the years and Captain his senior year. He attained his Law Degree from Stetson University College of Law in St. Petersburg, FL and is a current member in good standing of The Florida Bar. He served as Vice President of Legal Affairs for Gulfstream International Airlines, Inc. for 14 years. Gulfstream operated as a scheduled FAA 121 air carrier as Continental Connection under codeshare agreements with Continental Airlines, United Airlines, Northwest Airlines and COPA Airlines. Gulfstream operated scheduled passenger flights throughout Florida, The Bahamas and Cuba.
As VP of Legal Affairs for Gulfstream, he worked closely with all of the departments in the company to ensure compliance with the various governmental agencies and authorities that regulate activities for the airline industry. He was involved in drafting, negotiating and interpreting contracts with vendors and outside agencies. He was also responsible for overseeing Employee Relations Department for Gulfstream which rose to a workforce of approximately 900 employees. He acted as the corporate liaison for specialized outside counsel on certain legal matters. In addition, Mr. Cooper monitored the status of all state and federal legislation which affected the airline industry in general and Gulfstream's operations in particular.
In addition to his senior level experience within the aviation industry, Tom has extensive experience in merger and acquisition law. Conquest Air Cargo Cargo is fortunate to have his expertise and his in-house counsel.
A graduate of Florida International University as an industrial engineer, Carlos Gomez was exposed to aviation restoration as the child of Martin Gomez, a respected South Florida machinist with his own FAA repair station. Having worked on numerous restoration projects since childhood and an FAA certified flight engineer, Carlos has become well known internationally as an expert in the piston/prop planes of the 20th century. His restorations in his adult years include two DC-7B's, one DC-7C, and three DC-6's. He currently operates a DC-7B and a DC-6 under the company name Florid. Carlos is also a Flight Engineer on the Super Constellation and was on board our first Super Connie ferry flight from Antigua to Arizona.
Claudia Rey is a graduate of the University of Florida with a degree in communications. She has worked in a variety of industries including the medical field, aviation, and philanthropy. She has experience in several start ups with responsibilities in sales, customer service, and diagnostic management skills. Her interpersonal and communication skills are beneficial to building relationships with our customers.