Jesús Rosa is a 1989 graduate of Boston College with a degree in Economics. He has experience working with businesses in the non-profit and for profit arena, in the public and private sector and as an entrepreneur. He has experience in community organizing and working with Chambers of Commerce. He currently holds a Massachusetts Real Estate Brokers license.
He encourages feedback on ways the chamber can address your needs and help your business grow. He can be contacted via email firstname.lastname@example.org and followed on twitter @latinostrong.
He is married to Tracy. They are the proud parents of two young boys.
Sylvia Ruiz is an independent insurance broker with Group Health Specialists, a Broker/Consulting firm which works exclusively with small business and individuals providing professional advice on choosing a group health insurance plan. As a member of the Group Health Specialists’ team, Sylvia was trained to handle the administration of the day-to-day aspects of group health insurance; ranging from billing issues to additions and deletions of employees. She serves as a liaison between the plans’ participants and the insurance companies at all times.
Sylvia is fluent in Spanish and has knowledge of Portuguese. Sylvia is a Certified Medical Interpreter by Harvard Pilgrim Health Care. She has volunteered her time at various not-for-profits, community-based organizations including Open Door Free Medical Clinic and Framingham Adult ESL Plus.
Prior to joining, Group Health Specialist, Sylvia worked as a Legal Assistant for Shapiro & Kreisman; a Framingham-based law firm who represents institutional lenders.
As an Administrator and Manager of the City of Boston’s Compensation Plans, she is responsible for the development, analyzing and recommending reconsideration of existing positions, classes and pay grades and establishing new job classifications. Assist in the development and administration of Human Resource policies and procedures ensuring compliance with Federal and State laws, rules and regulations and City of Boston Ordinances. Hire, train, manage, evaluate and motivate staff.
Evaluates staffing requirements and recommend staffing levels to department heads. Manage departmental fiscal accountability in conjunction with the City Budget Director and Auditor to ensure proper departmental staffing levels are maintained. Implemented and manages the city’s Career Center by becoming the city’s expert on their Recruiting Center.
Assists in in-service training programs to Personnel Officers, in the implementation of City policy and procedures and State and Federal mandates, including Performance Review Management, Zero Tolerance for Violence, EEO and Anti-Harassment, FLSA, and American with Disabilities Act.
Represents the City as subject matter expert at union contract grievances, hearings and arbitrations regarding identification and problem resolution relative to classification and compensation issues.
Member of the Comite Cultural Borinqueno de Massachusetts, Board of Directors. Orchestrated, developed and implemented a 501©3 non-profit that concentrates on keeping our Hispanic youth in school with incentives of scholarships for continuing education.
2005 to Present-Vice Chair, Board of Directors, City of Boston Credit Union with 18,700Members and 284 million in Deposits
Past Co-Chair, School Site Board, West Roxbury Urban Science Academy, Co-Chair. Reviewed and approved school budget focusing on recruiting and retaining the most qualified educational workforce.
YMCA’s Training Inc. Program Volunteer liaison on ESL, Job Skills Development, Resume Writing, Interview Skills Enhancement and Dress for Success.
Ms. Salas Received her Master of Education in Management fromCambridge College. She is a long time resident of Hyde Park.