Procurement Professional Rosalinda Castillo
About Rosalinda Castillo
In 1989, Rosalinda Castillo began her professional career with
Morse Diesel International as director of affirmative action,
supervising three employees while building and executing the Minority
and Women-Owned Business Enterprise Program, as well as an Equal
Employment Opportunity Program. Moving on to work at the Metropolitan
Pier and Exposition Authority, Rosalinda Castillo performed as director
of affirmative action, establishing the MPEA Affirmative Action Program
meant to help employ minorities and female workers. She played a key
role in several large-scale construction projects. Departing in 1994,
she returned 14 years later for a short time as director of procurement.
After stints with the U.S. General Services Administration, the Chicago Public Schools, and the Illinois State Toll Highway Authority, she eventually joined the Public Building Commission of Chicago, where she is currently employed as the deputy director of procurement. Rosalinda Castillo graduated from Northern Illinois University with a degree in professional sciences.