Nicole Navarro-Velesiotis is Vice President of Santana Group and Vice President of Integrated Human Capital (IHC), a staffing company specializing in serving clients on both sides of the United States-Mexico border. Integrated Human Capital delivers innovative human capital solutions to organizations across all industries.
Navarro-Velesiotis launched her career at IHC in 2005, joining her trailblazing mother, Santana Group President and CEO Rosa Santana, and sister, Lisa Navarro-Gonzales, in the family business at the San Antonio office.
She graduated from the University of Texas at San Antonio where she received a BA in Communications with an emphasis in Public Relations. Upon joining IHC as a Staffing Supervisor, Navarro-Velesiotis discovered a passion for working with people, identifying client needs, delivering creative solutions, and winning accounts.
During her first 10 years with IHC, Navarro-Velesiotis held several positions within the company, gaining invaluable experience and knowledge. Her expertise at recognizing clients’ needs and creating solutions to meet them quickly established Navarro-Velesiotis as a sales leader. Her commitment to innovative, client-focused solutions has been the driving force for IHC’s growth in the San Antonio market.
As Vice President, Navarro-Velesiotis now oversees branch operations for IHC in the United States.
Navarro-Velesiotis honed her leadership skills by participating in Leadership San Antonio, the Alexander Briseno Leadership Development Program, and the San Antonio Small Business Development Center’s Building Business Excellence Program. She was selected for and completed the competitive Building a High-Performing Minority Business program at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.
Following her mother’s example of community service, Navarro-Velesiotis is also active within San Antonio where she serves on the board of Restore Education and supports various other nonprofits.