March 16, 2020 – Barton, WI – I recently learned that Oscar Estrada is running for District 7 Alderman in West Bend and I am endorsing him for this seat, and this is why.
I worked with Oscar as his Coordinator (Executive Assistant) for several years. Oscar was the VP of Senco Business Systems which taught and implemented continuous improvement practices within the company. He was part of the Executive Leadership Team and responsible for his department’s budget along with the overall success of the company.
Oscar is a Six Sigma Master Black Belt and he taught and trained factory and office employees to be certified Yellow Belts through a third-party certification process. He had a special talent for helping people discovering and utilizing their strengths and motivating the employees to continuously improve the processes of the company and themselves. He was great at listening to employees to find solutions to correct work problems and treated everyone with the utmost respect.
Community is also important to Oscar and feels we should give back to our community. He began the company’s annual charity golf outing and after he departed the company it continues. Senco has raised and donated over $350,000 to charities because of his commitment and belief to giving back.
Oscar Estrada is a high energy, hard working individual who will help West Bend to continuously improve and be the best version of itself.
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