Angel Rodriguez is an experienced Human Resources Executive with extensive history in many HR and leadership roles located in Dallas, Texas.


Born and raised in Bridgeport, CT of Puerto Rican parents, he dedicates his strong family, robust cultural heritage and personal faith as the foundational pillars of his leadership and success.

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Angel Rodriguez most recently served the business community as the Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Chief People Officer for WorldVentures, a Travel and Direct Selling company. As the first Senior HR Leader for an exponentially growing organization in the Travel and Direct Selling industry, Angel is accountable for advancing the people agenda as a key business enabler supporting over 250,000 representatives and HQ staff.

Angel’s previous experience as Senior HR Leader for Kellogg International and Global Functions consisted of being accountable for the People Agenda in Kellogg’s Core, Emerging International Markets, and the Global Support functions that support sustainable growth within the business.

Prior to joining the Kellogg Company, Angel served as the Senior Vice President of Human Resources for United Surgical Partners International. Angel was inspired by USPI’s mission statement, “To provide first-class surgical serves for the local community in a safe, comfortable and welcoming environmental one in which we would be happy to rest our own families.” Angel was the organization’s first Senior HR leader and he was accountable for the People Agenda.

Angel Rodriguez also worked at Frito Lay as a Senior Executive. He was the Group Vice President, HR, for Frito Lay North America Sales and Operations, and took accountability for over 43,000 employees. This experience led Angel to become inspired about improving and caring for a company’s best asset, its people.


Leadership impact is a very important aspect of his life. Outside of Angel’s work with promoting a positive impact through Human Resources, Angel enjoys getting involved with several non-profit boards, serving as a founding member of PRIMER, and actively contributing to the Autism Speaks movement to solve the Autism Challenge.