Rachel Ramos. Deputy Director for Development of Intercultural Center for the Study of Deserts and Oceans.
Rachel Ramos is a self-motivated, detailed financial controller, who has great team spirit and a strong work ethic, plus 15 years of experience in financial management and accounting. Rachel is careful and precise and highly ethical in all work related tasks and has extensive experience operating in environments where time is critical and pace is accelerated. Rachel has extensive experience in all areas of accounting, including but not limited to the areas of non-profit accounting and government accounting. Rachel started her career as an accountant and was fortunate to gain experience in accounting, tax preparation, audit preparation, and bankruptcy support. The demanding public accounting environment provided Rachel with excellent opportunities to gain experience and expertise in all areas of financial management and accounting. After seven years in public accounting, Rachel wanted to expand her scope and give her career more purpose, so she decided to explore the non-profit sector. He entered the Children's Museum where he stayed for two years before finding the opportunity to work for CEDO Intercultural as a financial information manager. Although it was difficult to leave the museum, CEDO's mission and work in the Sea of Cortez moved her and Rachel could not resist the opportunity of a new adventure. Rachel's role in the organization has expanded to oversee the operations of the CEDO office in Tucson as well as continuing in her supporting role as an administrative and accounting financial professional for the organization.