September 20, 2017

Versatility in the Workplace

Iveth ReynoldsThis Tuesday, members of the Rochester Hispanic Business Association met to hear from Iveth Reynolds, the CEO of Tri-Mar Consulting. The talk, which Reynolds gave at D’Mangu restaurant, focused on her experiences in building the successful firm over the course of the last 16 years.

Reynolds founded Tri-Mar with offices in Rochester and New York City in 1999. The company specializes in recruitment and training in IT, engineering, and financial services, and works with a number of partners in the tech sector regionally.

Keeping the firm growing and profitable through two recessions and major industry realignments has been challenging, but Reynolds emphasized the importance of versatility and networking in her success. “I had to wear many different hats,” she explained, “a recruiter, project manager, consultant, and more.” She also credits many longtime clients for being loyal to the firm

Reynolds, who has been an RHBA member for more than a decade, strongly values the role of volunteerism and community involvement in the business world. She has served as a board member and chapter president for the National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA). The group gives roughly $3 million in scholarships annually, and offers its members a wide variety of networking and training opportunities to help build connections across many business sectors.

You can learn more about NSHMBA at www.nshmba.org, and check out Tri-Mar Consulting at www.trimar.net. The next luncheon event is scheduled for June 16 at Monte Alban, and will feature Hilda Rosario Escher. Click here to read more about the event and RSVP.

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