Roy O. Mendez Jr, resides in Northeast Ohio. Roy graduated from Malone University with a Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Management. He furthered post graduate studies at various Universities such as Villanova University & Vanderbilt University and the Acuity School of Business Leadership. His certifications include: Global Human Resources, Lean Six Sigma, Organizational Change Management & and an Associate of Finance & Insurance.
Roy’s early leadership development skills were honed-in through The Cleveland Plain Dealer newspaper in which he led to three national newspaper subscription titles. Chrysler Financial where he ranked #1 in warranty sales penetration and #4 nationally. A team participant in receiving six Brandon Hall Awards and ranking #5 in the world for Training & Development out the top 125 corporations world-wide. A National Auditor and Trainer for America’s 4th. Largest Automotive Group-Sonic Automotive and the Director of Quality Assurance & Global Human Resources for (GCEL) Global Efficiency for Economic Logistics in which he participated in the development of an E-Commerce digital platform for World Trade that was presented at the G8 Summit in Ankara, Turkey while working out of Beirut, Lebanon.
His 12 years of consulting has included international experience working through numerous industries and diverse cultures globally. In addition, his international experience includes being a first responder in times of International Disasters as a Facilitator & Mobilizer of Human Resources for Samaritans Purse.
Roy’s approach to reviewing businesses and operational efficiencies is to take a holistic approach from the moment a sale is made to the moment a product is received by the consumer. His approach lends itself to reviewing bottlenecks, process gaps, profit leaks and communication short falls. Loaded with this information he will then mobilize leaders and team members to collaborate on potential solutions and or, opportunities as well as to develop the accountabilities associated with the changes to be implemented to retain predictable, repeatable and sustainable processes.