Andrea Droulers-Trejo

Andrea-Droulers-TrejoAndrea Droulers-Trejo has over 20 years experience in the organizational effectiveness field. She began her career with The Hay Group starting off as a Human Resource Planning and Development Consultant. She started out in Latin America and then joined  the  New York Metro Office. She specialized in implementing large-scale competency models for the CPG, electronics and financial industry. In addition she oversaw leadership and development projects for many global companies. She also worked extensively in providing sales performance development training for the technology telecommunications sector working with companies in the USA, Mexico, Canada and Europe.

In the last ten years, Andrea has trained hundreds of management and professional level employees and has worked with multi cultural global teams in the areas of Professional Selling Skills, Communication Skills and Coaching. She is also certified in many different   assessment tools:  MBTI, EQ, Hogan Personality.  She trained directly with Dave McClelland in Behavioral Event Interviewing and in developing Competency Framework. She is certified by The Center of Creative Leadership in Executive Coaching and Development.

Andrea received her B.S. in Psychology and has an M.A. in Organizational Psychology form Columbia University. She has lived and worked in Latin America, North America and Europe and is completely trilingual in English, Spanish and French.

She is a member of ASTD, The Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and The Dallas regional Chamber of Commerce.


Miguel A Trejo

Miguel-A-TrejoMiguel Trejo is a Human Resources executive with an international background and a strong business orientation.

He has worked and lived in the United States, Latin America and Europe, which has provided him with exposure to country and regional cultures. He also has experience working in Asian markets. The global experience has been key to understanding cultural differences and the dynamic between corporate guidelines and local execution.

Miguel has been with well structured consumer goods corporations like Seagram’s, Quaker Oats and Kellogg’s where he consolidated his Human Resources strategic mind set and managed leading edge programs in Talent Management, Compensation, Staffing and Labor Relations and Health and Safety.

He has also worked for more entrepreneurial organizations, such as Mission Foods, worldwide leader in the tortilla category, and The Borden Dairy Co., that was brought back to the market place as one single company in 2010. He designed and implemented both organizations – Mission Foods with a global reach and Borden from several acquired dairies.

During most of his professional career He has been involved in M&A due diligence as well as the integration of the acquired businesses, maximizing synergies and leveraging talent and processes.

As an example, in Mission Foods, He designed the organization to support double-digit organic growth and the acquisition strategy in the USA, Europe (Italy, Netherlands and UK) and Australia, creating a global organization.

The Borden Dairy Co. is comprised by acquired businesses: National Dairy Holdings, Farmland, Promised Land, Frusion and La Crème Brands. All these businesses were acquired in 2010, creating a business of $2.0B in revenues.

He carried out the responsibility of designing and implementing the new organization as well as attracting talent from well-recognized branded organization for the CEO position, direct reports and extended key players.

Aligning organizations to business objectives and developing high performing teams has been the primary contribution he has made over the years, based on his Human Resources expertise, business understanding and leadership skills.

Miguel attended the University of Mexico with certification in Psychology; he also has attended executive programs in Columbia University NY in General Management and Thunderbird AZ in International Management.

Miguel is an avid runner and loves all outdoor activities. He lives in Dallas TX with his wife Andrea and two children, Camila and Diego.


Roger Whitacre

Roger WhitacreRoger’s career has been centered on Human Resources activities with experience and success in many areas. His main focus has been on compensation plans ranging from the top corporate executives to the entry level employees. Associated with the compensation responsibilities were also those of the ancillary employee benefit plans.

He was most recently associated (2010 – 2016) with Borden Dairy Company, a U.S. company held by Grupo LALA in Mexico. He held the position of Senior Director Compensation & Benefits. In this role Roger was responsible for all aspects of compensation for 4,000 employees, both fixed and variable, including both annual and long term. This included oversight for 16 manufacturing facilities and both national and local sales teams, where he developed sales incentive plans to motivate increased profitable sales. Responsibilities also included all employee benefit plans, both for the employee welfare as well as savings plans and 5 retirement plans. HRIS was also included in this role.

Previously with Mission Foods, (2001 – 2009), the U.S. entity owned by GRUMA in Mexico, Roger held the position of Director Compensation & Benefits. The responsibilities included all compensation, benefits and HRIS for the U.S. entity, which was comprised of 3 divisions and multiple manufacturing locations.

Roger’s career also includes independent compensation consulting experiences with Halliburton (assisting with the acquisition and integration of Dresser Industries). Other employment history includes Affiliated Computer Services, Global Industrial Technologies, Inc. (a spin-off from Dresser), Dresser Industries, Chicago Title & Trust and International Harvester.

Roger holds a BS degree in Political Science from the University of Texas at Austin. Roger is also a member of the North Texas Compensation Association and World-At-Work.

Roger and his family live in the Dallas area.