Social Corporate Responsibility
Rosa Mexicano strives to maintain the highest standards of ethics and integrity in its operations, respecting the rule of law, human dignity, and the rights of the individual. Moreover, we aspire to safe and healthy working environments, while focusing on reducing the environmental impact of our operations.
Rosa Mexicano is committed to growing our business in an ethical and responsible manner through mutual trust and respect with our suppliers, employees, and customers.
The quality of these relationships drives the success of our company. We are very cognizant that our activities affect the society in which we do business.
As such, Rosa Mexicano strives to maintain the highest standards of ethics and integrity in its operations, respecting the rule of law, human dignity, and the rights of the individual. Moreover, we aspire to safe and healthy working environments, while focusing on reducing the environmental impact of our operations.
Because the essence of our concept is about delighting our guests with authentic Mexican cuisine and supporting the communities in which we serve, Rosa Mexicano is committed to serving high-quality, fresh, and flavorful ingredients where scratch cooking is the norm.
Protecting the environment
As to protecting the environment, Rosa Mexicano recognizes the need to protect the natural environment. Keeping our environment clean and unpolluted is a benefit to all. We’ll always follow best practices when disposing of garbage, sustainable energy sources, water efficiency, composting, waste reduction and recycling, and overall preservation and protection of the environment.
Rosa Mexicano will ensure we:
- Don’t risk the health & safety of our employees & community.
- Avoid harming the lives of local and indigenous people.
- Support diversity and inclusion.
Rosa Mexicano will be partnering with Rescuing Leftover Cuisine, a non-profit whose mission is to eradicate food insecurity and deliver leftover over food to the needy. We look forward to helping our communities in this manner, wherever Rescuing Leftover Cuisine has the bandwidth to deliver our excess food.
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Chief Executive Officer
With over 30 years of experience, Jim Dunn is a proven leader in the hospitality industry, growing outstanding concepts internationally. Jim brings an extensive strategic background to Rosa Mexicano.
Chief Operating Officer
A Rosa Mexicano team member since 2014 with over twenty years of high-end hospitality experience, Greg has spent much of his career focused on the training and development aspect of the business.
Vice President of Culinary
Manuel Trevino’s unique background and thirty years industry experience inform the simplicity and authenticity he brings to Rosa Mexicano's culinary program.
Director of Training
Laura Pignataro brings a wealth of experience in creating dynamic and effective training programs to Rosa Mexicano after years of implementing training and development at Bowlero Bowling.