Eddie Resende

December 22, 2021

With the exception of a few years, Eddie has worked at WTCI since 2004. He started as an intern and then served in several roles, including vice president of operations. His experience working in the global business sector, as well as his fluency in several languages, have contributed to the success of many of WTCI’s programs and services.

Prior to WTCI, Eddie worked with TESSCO Technologies Inc., a leading global supplier of wireless communications products. He also played a central role in the development of Gems of the Earth, a nonprofit organization that promotes social and economic development in the rural communities of Brazil by making modern technology accessible to all who seek it.

Eddie earned his bachelor’s degree in international business from Towson University and master’s degree in business administration from Georgetown University. He has also studied culinary arts at Académie de Cuisine.

Fun fact: Eddie was an All-American Soccer player.

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