My road in life took a while to figure out.
At 16 years old, after a week of not having a place to live, my mom and I found an apartment in Florida. The landlord knew the manager at the Taco Bell down the road and helped me get an interview.
I aced the interview! I was so scared to start my first day but on November 7th I clocked in for my very first time at my favorite restaurant.
At 17 I became a Team Trainer and by 18 I passed the ServSafe manager exam and became ServSafe certified which started my training to become a manager.
After getting married in 2005, my husband and I moved to Houston, Texas. I had to leave my Taco Bell of five years to start out in a whole new market.
The new store was not so welcoming at first but my new area coach worked with me to develop my management skills and led me through training to become as Assistant General Manager.
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High School


Brand Trainer of Texas

I oversee training in 45 restaurants. I get to work with so many different people on a daily basis doing what I love.

Career Roadmap

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Working with Others

Day to Day

My typical day can include meeting with area coaches to follow up on their manager's knowledge of different Taco Bell systems, touring restaurants checking on new product execution, setting up training paths for new management, interviewing new restaurant manager candidates, training new area coaches, following up on team member training in my restaurants by verifying knowledge.

Recommended Education

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The Noise I Shed

From Society in General:

"Taco Bell is not a career, you need to go to college and figure our what you really want to do. "