Ruppert Landscape, Laytonsville, Maryland, welcomes Pam Berrios to the team as director of multicultural training and development. In this newly created role, she will develop and deliver training programs specifically designed to grow and empower the company’s diverse workforce, particularly Spanish-speaking team members.
Berrios, a resident of Springfield, Virginia, holds a bachelor’s degree in business from George Mason University and owned a successful full-service landscaping company in the Northern Virginia area for 24 years. She served on the board of directors of the National Hispanic Landscape Alliance for eight years, where she held many titles including main trainer, speaker, secretary, treasurer, vice president and then president of the association. She is a certified bilingual trainer, coach and motivational speaker and has traveled all over the country as the lead instructor of the acclaimed Elevate Program en Español.
“Pam’s unique ability to fully connect with team members sets her apart, and her experience as a previous company owner gives her extraordinary insight into proven methods of growth and success,” says Mike Monde, Ruppert’s director of training and culture. “She has dedicated her entire career to helping people realize their full potential, and we hope she continues on that journey for many years to come here at Ruppert.”