At Lighthouse Maritime Advisors, we provide more than just generic corporate advice. Our team performs strategic consulting rooted in decades of experience. Our advisors earned their knowledge leading some of the world’s most prestigious maritime companies, including Maersk Logistics, NYK Logistics, and TOTE. Clients trust our advisors not only because of their proven track records in both the domestic and international shipping segments, but because of their unwavering commitment to humility, ethics, and integrity. As presidents and CEOs, they guided their companies to sustained, year-over-year growth while concurrently improving safety results and giving back to the communities they served. Let Lighthouse Maritime Advisors assist you in achieving the same.
Founder and Owner
Anthony Chiarello founded Lighthouse Maritime Advisors in the summer of 2018 after spending eight years at the helm of Jones Act carrier TOTE. Prior to that, Anthony led the logistics divisions of two international carriers, assisted the maritime division of a global specialty real estate company, served as the deputy head of a state-owned port authority, and held executive roles in two stevedoring and terminal operators. Anthony currently sits on the Board of Trustees of a maritime union pension and benefits fund, and has previously negotiated successful outcomes in numerous management/labor relations matters. In the fall of 2021, Anthony was both honored and humbled to join the International Advisory Board (IAB) for the Panama Canal Authority. Anthony now leverages his nearly four decades of diverse knowledge to guide other organizations to long-term growth.
Rick is currently the principal and owner of RS Gabrielson and Associates, an advisory firm focused on global logistics and transportation. He has over 30 years of supply chain experience working for two Fortune 40 companies, leading teams in broad international and domestic logistics operations. Rick has a long track record of industry engagement, working with State and Federal government officials and senior domestic and international executives to drive positive change within the industry. He currently serves as Vice Chairman of the Advisory Council for Supply Chain Competitiveness for the Department of Commerce and the Advisory Board for the Panama Canal Authority. In 2011 he was inducted into the International Maritime Hall of Fame. He is now taking his broad transportation and global supply chain experience to bring value to other organizations.