Akin Ross is a New York based business professional with more than a decade of experience under his belt. He started his career at Boys & Girls Club Inc., as an Assistant Director, where he oversaw daily operational activities. After that, he served as a Branch Manager at Enterprise Rent-A-Car, where his duties comprised of the following:
Some of his duties also included analysis of competition, customer service, goal setting, profitability, and human resources. As a successful business professional, Akin Ross has a well documented track record of sustained success. He has a strong background in business management with a wide range of experience in diverse areas of business that demands excellent technical and interpersonal skills.
Apart from being a diligent professional, Akin Ross is also a great human being. He has contributed in many charitable endeavors, such as Father House church, Untied Way, and St. Judes Hospital. Over the years, he has gained good fame and reputation among his peers and associates.
Akin Ross is a New York based business professional having more than a decade of experience. He started his career as an Assistant Director, at Boys & Girls Club Inc, where he supervised daily operations. Later, he worked at Enterprise Rent-A-Car as a Branch Manager, where his duties comprised of the following:
Assisted the current employees in order to prepare them for various promotional opportunities, and also held the responsibility of both educating & training new employees in the areas of company policy, and duties.
Later, Akin Ross served JP Morgan Chase Bank, Rochester, NY, as the Vice President/Branch Manager. Currently he is working as a Regional Inventory Control Manager at Raymour & Flanigan Furniture. He is responsible for property management, monthly audits, training & development, and providing excellent customer service.
When Akin is not busy with his professional job responsibilities, he likes to spend his time in mentoring & coaching youth in football & baskeball. He is also the Vice-president of a youth football Team called Westside Scorpions.