Towne Park Announces Orlando Montán as Dallas District Manager

Orlando Montán

Orlando Montán

Towne Park and the Dallas Region are pleased to formally announce the appointment of Orlando Montán as Dallas District Manager.

Orlando has spent the last few weeks onboarding in California, Maryland and Texas and will now officially take ownership of accounts in the Dallas/Fort Worth market.  As District Manager, Orlando will directly oversee accounts in Dallas, responsible for the district’s performance for financial, guest satisfaction, client satisfaction and business development objectives. He will also work to ensure that corporate initiatives and Towne Park’s cultural perspectives are incorporated within the district’s operations.

Prior to joining Towne Park, Orlando was Director of Business Development for ARAMARK, a position he held since March, 2010.  During his time with ARAMARK, Orlando worked closely with regional executive leaders and directors in creating and implementing the sales processes, aligning with regional operational goals to forge and lead relationships that delivered successful sales results while creating solutions for clients.

Mr. Montán also served as a Program Director with New America Alliance (NAA).  The NAA connects and engages with thought leaders and influencers in Corporate America, Government, Academia, and Philanthropy.  The NAA’s goal is to build long-term relationships and leverage partnerships to benefit American Latinos.

Orlando is a firm believer in giving back to his community, embodied by his prominent position within the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), where he is an active mentor and the recipient of many SHPE awards, including their highest recognition – The Jaime Oaxaca Award.

Orlando was awarded a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Mathematics and Statistics from the State University of New York, Stony Brook.  He resides in Texas with his wife and two daughters.

If you haven’t already done so…please be sure to welcome Orlando to the team!

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