I was born in Mexico, graduated from college and came to the US for a 2 yrs training program in Research & Development of Foods. At that time I also obtained my Masters Degree in Engineering Management from Drexel University in Philadephia; I then returned to Mexico and came back to the US for good in 1983. I also have an MBA from Loyola University in MD.
My wife and I have five children, all grown up and living on their own in several states. They all graduated from the University of Michigan and two of them went on to obtain their MD's degrees.
what is your current, past or ideal job title?
After having managed my own business for two years I decided to return to job market.
I have worked for over 33 years in the processed foods market in different funcitons and capacities. My last job was as VP of Quality & Technology for a small food company in California. Prior to that I was with McCormick & Co. in the US for 15 years in the business development field as director of Latin America.
I am currently searchjing for a job in business development, product development, or quality assurance. I would also consider a marketing or sales job opportunity in the northeast region.
what languages do you speak?
Native Spanish and 100% English
what countries have you lived in?
I have lived in Mexico and in the USA .
what's your Hispanic connection?
All my family is Hispanic. I am the only sybling living in the USA, but have other distant relatives who live in different regions of North America.
where did you learn about nshp.org?
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Every time I visit BA I go to La Estancia, I like "chivito en las brasas" and their ensaladas. I also like Cabana Las Lilas in Puerto Madero. When I visit BA wine consumption per capita increases substantially.......Best Regards
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