Monday, September 21, 2020

Rotary Honors City Employee of the Year, Michele Barcello

Included in the photo from left are: Coronado Director of Administrative Services James Krueger, City Manager Blair King, Coronado Human Resources Technician Michele Barcello, and Rotary President-Elect Ivan Dunn.

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Michele Barcello, a Human Resources Technician in Coronado’s Administrative Services Department, was honored by the Coronado Rotary for her exemplary service. Michele has been selected as Employee of the Year for her customer service skills and for the high standards she keeps in her role as a Human Resource Technician. Michele provides exceptional service to city employees seeking assistance, and to the city’s citizen customers as they navigate their way through Coronado’s municipal organization to find the clearest answers to their questions. Michele has worked for Coronado since October 2014.

The Coronado Rotary has paid tribute to the City Employee of the Year selectee for several years as a way to pay tribute to those who represent the Rotary motto of Service above Self.


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