Fabio Santucci, native of Rome, Italy, became President of MSC (USA) after serving for one year as Vice President at MSC Headquarters in New York City. Prior to this appointment, he joined MSC’s Houston office where he held several positions. He was quickly promoted and moved to MSC’s New Orleans office as Office Manager. In 2010, he transferred to Charleston, SC, the largest MSC facility in the U.S. where he drove MSC’s business for almost three years. He has a Master’s Degree in Maritime Studies from Pisa University in Italy and became a Ship’s Captain in 2007. One year later, Mr. Santucci commanded the MHC Viareggio, a military vessel base in La Spezia, Italy. After spending time at the Aeronautical Technical Institute in Rome, he joined the Italian Naval Academy in Livorno, Italy in 1995. During the early part of his career, he was a foreign student pilot in the U.S. Navy Flight Training Program after obtaining an Electronic Engineering degree in 1999. During that time, he was stationed at U.S. aviation military bases N.A.S. Whiting Field in Florida and N.A.S. Corpus Christi in Texas, where he was awarded his ‘Naval Aviator’ certificate. He then returned to Italy for six years where he served as a pilot on assignments for both the Italian Navy and the Allied forces. He currently resides in New Jersey with his wife Leah, and their three children Isabella, Francesca and Evan.