The LatinoPro Team
chief executive officer & Founder
Building LatinoPro from a mere idea never came easy. The founding, building and management of a company at 23 years old provided periods of great learning, distress, and mistakes. Among the growth curve, LatinoPro has formalized into a bilingual staffing and recruitment company which provides a complete outsource of company HR operations while increasing labor input and company efficacy.
Director of talent acquisition
Director of business development
When not at work, Dave enjoys spending time with his family (5 children, 2 daughters-in-law, and 5 grandkids), writing, biking, and hiking around the world which included his most recent adventure that led him to walk 500 miles across Northern Spain on the Camino de Santiago.
Board Member & Advisor
Among Mark's previous companies is Nordic Consulting, the industry leader in EHR consulting services to organizations using Epic. As CEO, Mark grew Nordic to a #1 ranking in KLAS, where is has been since 2012. Nordic now has over 700 consultants working across 44 states. In 2014, the company was recognized as the 46th fastest growing company in the U.S.
Prior to Nordic, Mark started and grew Goliath Networks to be #97 on the Inc. 500 fastest-growing companies list. He sold that company in 2002. He's worked with Eric Schmidt on Novell's Partner Advisory Group, and was also asked by Bill Gates to serve on Microsoft's first Partner Advisory Council, which he did from 2001-2007.
David is well respected by employees and customers for devoting the hours, motivation, innovation and strategies required to achieve business excellence in partnership with personal and community initiatives.
Resources are invaluable to both communities and businesses. We list the main resources for Latinos in Wisconsin.
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“Our methodologies of business allow for us to be quick, agile and reliable. We understand the client needs from a human capital perspective: Then we develop the bilingual human resource strategy.” – Benjamin Morales