Ana leads the Children's Hospital Boloco location (283 Longwood Ave, Boston). She is originally from El Salvador where she graduated as a RN ( Registered Nurse) from the Instituto Especializado de Educación Superior for Health Professionals in El Salvador (IEPROES). Ana also attended North Shore Community College in MA to continue learning & improving her English skills as a second language. Ana moved to the USA in 2003 and joined Boloco shortly thereafter in 2005 - she's worked at almost all of the Boloco locations. Like all of our managers, she started as a crew member working her way up to General Manager. Her passion- besides feeding people delicious food at Boloco - is to connect with the community and learn from other cultures. She enjoys spending time with her family and running in her free time.
Max is the GM at Boloco in Lynnfield, MA (425 Market Street, Lynnfield) - you can spot his smile from a mile away. He loves teaching and watching his team develop. Max has been part of the Boloco family since 2014! He’s worked in a number of team leadership roles at different locations before settling himself in at Lynnfield. His favorite bowl is the Teriyaki with any meat, just depends on the day...and for a little extra fun he will add the elote corn salsa and sunflower seeds to make it his own.
Natalia is the GM at Boloco 50 Congress Street in Boston. She started with Boloco in 2005, and is known for her contagious energy that she brings to her entire team and to her customers. Natalia’s favorite bowl is the Elote Street Corn with white chicken! She loves dancing, working out and spending time with her family and friends.
Paulina is Director of Operations for Boloco. Paulina has worked for Boloco two times... first from 2001-2005 and then again starting in 2017. Before becoming Director of Operations, she held positions as team member, team lead, General Manager position at our Newbury Street, Wellesley, Copley and Berklee locations and finally HR Administrator. In the past, Paulina worked in different financial institutions in Colombia, such as Banco de Occidente and Corfiboyaca. She also worked for Postobon, the largest soft drink company in Colombia, where she helped to develop the customer service department.
Paulina earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from EAFIT University in Colombia, as well as a certificate in Business and Management from Harvard University Extension School. Paulina is also an incredible photographer. She and her husband started and own Lupa Photography in 2009. She currently lives in Metro West with her husband and two children. They spend their time off supporting their kids in their sports and activities. They enjoy hiking, taking photos together and spending time with friends.
Sandra is the GM at the Boston Common Boloco (176 Boylston, Boston). Originally from El Salvador, she moved to the United States in 2000. She has been part of the Boloco family since 2005. Over the years she has worked at many, many locations.
Her favorite food at Boloco is the Elote Street Corn bowl topped with dark meat chicken, charred broccoli, with Kale on top. One of her favorite moments at Boloco is when Sandra went to the Prouty Event in Hanover, NH 7 years ago, met a woman that had been fighting breast cancer for 5 years & was finally cancer-free. She thanked Sandra and Boloco for supporting and supplying burritos during those rough moments for her. Sandra likes being able to support many different causes through her work. Her hobbies are to spend quality time with her children and to do anything with her beautiful family. She likes to travel, watch TV, and go to the gym.
John fell in love with Mexican cuisine in the mid-90s when the medical device company he worked for transferred him to San Francisco. Taking a page from a few start-ups in the Bay Area, he and co-founders Adam Liebman and Gregg Harris thought that combining the most delicious recipes from all over the world and the portable, yummy tortilla would take Mexican fare to a new level of popularity. They opened the first Boloco locationat the Berklee College of Music in Boston on February 24, 1997. For many years they described their main offerings as Globally Inspired Burritos… today its simply Modern Mexican. And today, nearly 25 years later, Pepper still eats 2 meals a day at Boloco whenever possible.
Pepper’s main focus has always been on the people who work at Boloco and in the restaurant industry. His goal has always been to build a healthy, responsibly profitable business while paying employees the highest wages in the industry.
Pepper graduated from Dartmouth College in 1991 and received his MBA from the Tuck School at Dartmouth College in 1997.