Santa Clara University

 

George W. Pasha, IV

President and Chief Executive Officer, The Pasha Group
George W. Pasha, IV

George W. Pasha, IV is Chief Executive Officer of The Pasha Group. He is responsible for worldwide operations of The Pasha Group’s three main divisions: Automotive, Maritime and Relocation/Transportation, as well as Corporate Services. He is also President of Pasha Hawaii Transport Lines, a joint venture with Hawaii Ship Management LLC, which provides ocean liner service for shipment of vehicles and other rolling stock between the West Coast and Hawaii.

During Mr. Pasha’s tenure, the company has experienced unprecedented growth and diversification. He directs The Pasha Group’s activities including domestic and international freight forwarding of privately-owned vehicles, relocation of military household goods for the Department of Defense; corporate relocations for Fortune 500 companies; logistic operations for commodity and project cargoes; factory to dealer delivery of finished vehicles; and stevedoring for vehicles, breakbulk, and steel products of all types. His leadership carries the vision of service excellence, family values and strategic growth that has been the trademark of The Pasha Group since inception over sixty years ago.

Mr. Pasha first joined The Pasha Group in 1985. In his role as President of The Pasha Group’s Transportation Services division, he participated in a pilot program with the Department of Defense for shipment and storage of privately owned vehicles of military families. The success of that program has resulted in Pasha’s continued participation in the performance-based Global POV program for the U.S. military, which is recognized as a success in outsourcing. Since 1980, Pasha has been a leader in the household goods relocation business, providing extensive services and innovation to both the military and corporate sectors. Mr. Pasha is past Chairman of the Household Goods Forwarders Association of America, Inc. He is a graduate of Santa Clara University, where he received a B.S. in Economics from the School of Business. He is currently on the Advisory Board of The Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University.