Gazitua Letelier is a Miami Lobbying and Miami Bid Protest Firm.
Luis is a government affairs lawyer and miami lobbyist.
His current clients include: Clean Energy - the nation's largest and most prestigious natural gas fueling station design/build, operation/maintenance and fueling services company; and Honeywell - a Fortune 100 company that invents and manufactures technologies to address some of the world’s toughest challenges linked to global macrotrends such as energy efficiency, clean energy generation, safety and security, globalization and customer productivity.
Current technology clients include: Comcast - the world’s largest media, entertainment and communications company; Hailo - global network of tens of thousands of drivers and hundreds of thousands of passengers available in London, New York, Dublin, Cork, Galway, Limerick, Toronto, Chicago, Boston, Madrid, Barcelona, Washington DC, Montreal and Osaka; BloomBoard - an online platform designed to empower educator growth and development; and LeadsOnline - the nation's largest online investigation system used by law enforcement to recover stolen property and solve crimes.
He regularly appears before local and state government in order to advance complex objectives for clients advocating domestic privatization and transportation matters. He has weathered various competitive processes in Florida including Home Rule Charter Amendments, Recalls, Local, State and Federal campaigns.
He frequently contributes opinion pieces to the Miami Herald and the Huffington post on local matters. Such articles include: There’s accountability in Miami-Dade’s Strong-Mayor Government, Outsourcing Done Right for Local Government, 9-9-No Gracias to Higher Sales tax on Florida Tourists, and Miami-Dade charter: What to do with unincorporated areas.
Specialties: Government Law and Advocacy - Airport, Seaport and Transportation Expertise - Procurement of Goods and Services - Election Law, Government Relations, Miami Lobbyist, Miami Lobbying Firm.
|FL||Member in Good Standing||2003||08/25/2022|
|Senior Advisor||Office of the Mayor, Miami-Dade County||2005 - 2011|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Maverick PAC||National Board Member||2010 - Present|
|City Year Miami||Board Member||2008 - Present|
|Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau||Board Member||2008 - Present|
|HuffPOST Miami||Unintended Consequences to Miami-Dade Taxi Tech||2014|
|Miami Herald||Miami-Dade annexation push rises again||2013|
|Miami Herald||Miami-Dade charter: What to do with unincorporated areas(Link)||2012|
|Miami Herald||Give the ‘Next Gen’ better schools||2012|
|REUTERS||Florida's Rubio a star, but an unlikely VP pick||2012|
|Miami Herald||There’s accountability in Miami-Dade’s Strong-Mayor Government||2011|
|Miami Herald||Reboot Miami-Dade charter reform||2011|
|Huffington Post||Outsourcing Done Right for Local Government||2011|
|Miami Herald||Miami offers U.S. Hispanic chamber convention a ‘fantastic fusion’ of new Americana||2011|
|The Huffington Post||9-9-No Gracias to Higher Sales tax on Florida Tourists||2011|
|St. Thomas University School of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||N/A|
|University of Florida||N/A|
|Florida International University||BA - Bachelor of Arts||N/A|
|VotoLatino Power Summit Miami||VotoLatino Panel -- Networking: The Do's and Dont's of Schmoozing||2014|
|NALEO 30th Annual Conference||2014 and Beyond: Strategies for Mobilizing Latino Voters||2013|
|NALEO 29th Annual Conference||2012 Election Redux||2012|
|Public Sector Transportation Privatiztion|
|Public Sector Compress Natural Gas (CNG) Conversion|
|Public Sector Energy Performance Savings Contracting|
|App Based E-Hail Ground Transportation Implementation|
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