Kenneth Bloom Inttra

Distinguished Executive

About Kenneth Bloom Inttra

The youngest recipient of the Connie Award when he earned it in 2008, Kenneth Bloom now serves as the president and CEO of Inttra. In this position, he oversees business strategies and operations for the company' including its 13 international offices. The company provides clients with e-commerce services for shipping, and logistics. He also serves on the board of directors for Inttra and other companies, including Intermarine and H.J. Baker.

Prior to joining Inttra in 2001, Kenneth Bloom spent 12 years with the Stolt-Nielsen Transportation Group. During this time, he held various positions and created and marketed the company's first business process outsourcing service to key customers. He also served as chief operating officer of Optimum Logistics, a company started by Stolt-Nielsen but which he helped sell to Elemica for $60 million in 2001.

Mr. Bloom earned his bachelor's degree in mathematics from The University of Chicago, where he founded the first federally chartered student credit union in the nation known as The University of Chicago Student Federal Credit Union. Subsequently, he obtained his master's degree in operations research from Stanford University, receiving a Century III Grant for his academic achievements.