Brenda is a dynamic bilingual Human Resources consultant with outstanding interpersonal skills and sound record of accomplishments in both individual and teamwork environments within diverse business scenarios. Whether speaking in Spanish or English for corporate clients, college students or associations, her enthusiastic personality engages an audience from diverse backgrounds in topics for leadership and professional development.
With over 20 years of comprehensive human resources experience Brenda’s expertise includes recruitment and retention, employee relations, talent management, performance development and process improvements with demonstrated results while evaluating, developing and implementing new/existing programs.
Brenda is a Certified Professional in Human Resources (PHR) who graduated Cum Laude from Inter Americana University of Puerto Rico with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with concentration in Marketing , a Master’s degree in Business with a major in Human Resources Management from University of Phoenix, Certified Return on Investment (ROI) Professional, from Jack Phillips ROI Institute, a Certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt from University of Delaware, and graduated from the Dale Carnegie Leadership Course®: Effective Communications and Human Relations.
She has participated in the development and implementation of restructuring projects for Fortune 500 organizations, while aligning people needs with business needs. During her career, she has supported diverse geographical areas such as Latin America, North America, Caribe and Western Europe.
Brenda is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of College of Business at Wilmington University, offering coursework in her specialty area of Human Resources Management, Leadership and Organizational Development for undergraduate and graduate degree programs. In the community, she has been an active volunteer working for non-profit organizations serving as a Translator, Career Advisor, and Mentor Coach for youth Latino students in the transition from high school to college.