Logisticorp Group

Executive Team

Garry Castro

CEO and Advisory Board Member
For over 25 years, Garry Castro has made significant contributions to business and civic communities. As the President and Chief Executive Officer of Dallas-based Logisticorp Group, he brings a unique combination of vision and executive experience. Throughout the evolution and growth of his business, Garry has placed service quality and customer satisfaction at the forefront of his operating objectives. He and his team ensure the company’s business processes deliver measurable results and value to its customers. Logisticorp Group has been recognized with multiple awards including two Global Suppler Excellence Awards. Community Leadership Demonstrating his dedication to reinvesting in the community, Garry has maintained an active involvement in leading community organizations. He has served on multiple Non-Profit Boards over the past 20 years. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the DFW Minority Supplier Development Council and has served as Chairman of the Board of the Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Education Garry attended University of Texas at Arlington and majored in Business Management. He also attended the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and the University of Texas Health Science Center in Dallas.

Thomas Thacker

President and Chief Operations Officer
Thomas has served as the President and COO of Logisticorp Group since May 2018 but has been with the company since 1997 – first as Accounting Manager, then as the V.P. of Business Support and Operations. Thomas leverages more than two decades of experience in the supply chain management and solutions industry and brings a deep understanding of supply chain, business planning, operations, accounting, reverse logistics and negotiating with vendors and customers where he strives for transparency and accountability. Prior to Logisticorp, Thomas worked in telecom for Bell and a re-manufacturer for Motorola. He has also built and sold businesses in the tax and insurance industries. Thomas graduated from the University of Texas at Dallas and has specialized education in business administration and management from The Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania. He also earned a certificate in Logistics, Materials and Supply Chain Management from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Today, Thomas is an active member in the National Association of Minority Contractors (NAMC) and the Dallas-Fort Worth Minority Supplier Development Council (DFWMSDC). And in his free time, he volunteers and fundraises for Smile America Partners, which provides dental healthcare to underserved children and serves in the student mentorship program at the University of North Texas at Frisco.

Amy Salazar-Hilborn

Amy Vice President and Chief Quality Officer
Amy Salazar-Hilborn joined Logisticorp in 2008 as the Director of Accounting. Amy brought expertise in accounting/finance, accounts payable and receivable, bank reconciliation, auditing, bookkeeping, billing, collections, quality, all aspects of human resource management and warehouse management for multiple entities. Equipped with strong organizational and communication abilities, combined with proven leadership qualities, Amy excelled in her role until recently being promoted to a senior position in Logisticorp. Today, Amy is Logisticorp’s Vice-President and Chief Quality Officer and oversees the company’s Corporate Compliance Program. She is responsible for the achievement of quality and compliance standards within the organization, including, customer contracts, regulatory standards and the company’s Standards of Conduct. “My new role consists of ensuring the company's diverse portfolio of products and services are in keeping with Logisticorp's commitment to flawless execution and customer satisfaction," explains Amy. Amy also acts as the management representative for ISO9001 and TL9000 Standards. Amy has a degree in Accounting from Texas State Technical College and a certificate in Organizational Leadership from Next Jump Leadership Academy. And Amy is a long-time Dallas Cowboys fan.

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BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT & CUSTOMER SOLUTIONS TEAM

Anthony Brown

Managing Principal, LG Operations Support Services
Anthony Brown has over 28 year of Telecommunication experience. Service Provider Experience: AT&T, Verizon, Comcast and CenturyLink OEM Experience: Cisco, Juniper, Ciena, Alcatel-Lucent and Fujitsu Technology Experience: Optical; Wireless, Outside Plant and Video Roles and Responsibility Experieince: VP of Sales, VP Operations, General Manager Education: Computer Science - Cheyney University, UCLA - Business School Entrepreneurs Program CSR Experience: Anthony has a vision to use technology to impact the way underserved communities Live, Learn, Work, Worship and Play.

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Advisory Board Members

Hector Delgado

Advisory Board Member
Hector Delgado was born in Lordsburg, New Mexico. He attended El Paso, Texas public schools and graduated from Austin High School in 1971. Hector graduated with highest honors from the University of Texas at El Paso with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business with majors in Accounting and Management and from the University of Texas School of Law with a Doctorate of Jurisprudence. He is a licensed Attorney and Certified Public Accountant in the State of Texas. Hector is currently an Of Counsel Attorney with the state-wide law firm Bickerstaff Heath Delgado Acosta LLP (“BHDA”). Hector also is active in civic and volunteer activities throughout Texas, including having served as an Executive Committee Member and Secretary of the Paso Del Norte Group (f/k/a, the El Paso Leadership and Research Council) and a Board Member of the Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

Van Sheets

Advisory Board Member
In the past 25 years, Van Sheets has been CEO or chairman of companies in several industries including petrochemicals, building controls and retail. He began his career as a consultant in Price Waterhouse's Office of Government Services in Washington, DC, and later joined Lone Star Steel, a Dallas company that traded on the NYSE, where he worked in steel mill operations, finance and as head of marketing. In 1993, he joined privately owned CII Carbon in New Orleans as its CEO and played a key role in its revenue growth from $70 million to $400 Million and 14 consecutive years of operating profits. Van has been an adviser, consultant or board member in 20 industries, with companies ranging from start-ups to established industry leaders. He has done business in most U.S. states and sold products in over 20 countries. Van is the former CEO of northern California-based Yamas Controls Group, the largest independent building controls contractor in North America, which installed HVAC systems and software in large buildings and campuses in 11 U.S. markets and led the sale of the company in 2011.

John Guerra

Advisory Board Member
John, born in Corpus Christi, Texas, attended schools in San Antonio, Texas and received his degree and certification in Special Education from Texas A&I Kingsville. He began his AT&T career in telecommunications and information management in San Antonio, Texas. During his tenure with AT&T, he worked throughout the United States, Latin America and Asia. His 29 years of experience included product development, product management, sales marketing, training & development, back office operations, systems management, public relations, public policy, and international market development. While with AT&T, he received his executive MBA training from NSEAD in France. He also played a key role in AT&T's philanthropic activity serving as a trustee on the AT&T Foundation. He has served on numerous boards including the YMCA, Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, president of Texas Association of Mexican American Chamber of Commerce (TAMACC), World Affairs Council, Univ. of Tex. Pan Am Foundation and the Texas Business Hall of Fame. John sits on the board of the Vanir Development Co. John is most proud of his work with 7,000 students.