Armando Garcia-Sanchez is an Jewish Association Residential Care with 20+ years of USA – LatinAmerica and International multi-industry experience acquired with global companies in: Technology (Nokia, EDS); Pharma (Wyeth-Pfizer); Supply Chain – Manufacturing (Avon, Wyeth, Hilti, Vitro); Consumer Products (Avon, PepsiCo, Yum, and Coca-Cola Panamco); Consulting (Electio Consulting, Solera Inc.); Financial Services (Santander Financial Group)
Armando Garcia-Sanchez holds a B.S. in Clinical Psychology from Universidad Iberoamericana (in Mexico City), where he was also an Adjunct Professor in Organizational Behavior, Interviewing Techniques, Neurochemistry, and other subjects for 10+ years. He got a Specialization in Organizational Development from ITAM (in Mexico City) and a Global Masters in Human Resources and Leadership from Rutgers University. He has working and living experience in multiple countries in the Americas, Europe, India and China.
Armando is a well-positioned HR executive that is: a trusted and reliable source of HR counsel to top management and HR peers; a Human Capital executive with extensive experience driving and implementing complex multi-country and corporate Change Management, M&A’s, business turnarounds and reorganizations related projects, a business professional with a blend of strategic leadership and pragmatic business approach to execute HR plans and over-deliver results, an effective and innovative implementer of talent sourcing, acceleration, development and retention programs,a USA-LatinAmerica culture expert, a Global Masters in HR Leadership and an experienced trainer and mentor in Leadership and Management Development matters.
Armando’s combination of academic credentials, behavioral sciences background, vast international experience and pragmatic approach offer an exceptional option for organizations in need of improving productivity and effectiveness through Human Capital solutions leading to tangible and relevant business results.
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