Ms. Gallogly serves as President of the World Trade Center Miami, Inc. (WTCM), which is Miami’s oldest global trade organization and a recipient of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s “E” Award for excellence in the delivery of export services. As President, she is responsible for directing trade associations that involve the management of programs for international executives engaged in international business. Among the many activities managed by the WTCM are hemispheric trade shows and conferences designed to increase two-way trade (i.e. Air Cargo Americas, Americas Food and Beverage, etc.). These shows have generated more than $3.8 billion in international sales and have been visited by more than 250,000 international executives. Additionally, the Center manages trade information and e-commerce systems and advocates trade policies and agreements that increase imports and exports.
Also, she instituted Miami’s celebration of the United Nation’s “International Women’s Day” initiative which has honored 87 women executives in international trade over the past sixteen years. Previously, she served as Director of two departments in the City of Miami, Economic Development and International Trade Promotion, and the offices of Protocol, Public Relations and Communications. In these positions, she developed the city’s first Strategic Plan for International Trade Promotion and led trade missions to gateway cities in Asia and Europe. Also, she served as the City’s ombudsperson for local businesses and coordinated minority business development and loan programs. Ms. Gallogly is a member of the global Board of Directors of the World Trade Centers Association comprised of World Trade Centers located in 327 cities in 90 countries with a corporate membership of more than 2 million international companies. She has received numerous awards including induction into Miami’s “International Business Hall of Fame”, the “Miami International Pioneer Hall of Fame”, Florida’s “International Business Executive of the Year” award for services, “Person-of-the-Year” award from the Florida Customs Brokers and Forwarders Association, “Miami Pioneer for Progress Award” and “Game Changer of the Year” Award from the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce. As an entrepreneur, she has been an exporter/importer, owned a Burger King, served as a general contractor for commercial real estate projects and served on a number of international business organizations. She received a MA from George Washington University.