Ricardo Flores-Clar

applied leadership

Ricardo Flores-Clar believes in living a "life of purpose." What is that purpose? To live a "liberated life, free from all limitations, a life of total abundance, absolute confidence, trust in The Divine and spiritual peace. An inspired life of love, faith, encouragement and service to others to enable them to also live a liberated life."

Ricardo is a Senior Process Excellence Process Engineer at USAA and the founder of Profoundly Free, a fresh initiative with a mission to help liberate people from self-imposed limitations and thus live a life of profound personal freedom.

Previously a Vice President of Global Expansion for Xenex Disinfection Services LLC and Executive Vice President with Alliance Seating & Mobility and The SCOOTER Store, Ricardo has consistently served others by leading with clarity, compassion, accountability and encouragement. As a leader in the Sony Management team, Ricardo served by leading breakthrough initiatives to radically improve productivity and effectiveness.

Ricardo held numerous executive and leadership positions at Sony Semiconductor of America and The SCOOTER Store.  At the latter, as Executive Vice President, he led Alliance Seating & Mobility, The SCOOTER Store's Complex Rehabilitation Division, to profitability for the first time in that Division’s history and then to continued and higher levels of profitability and growth than that Division had ever experienced or believe it could.  Prior to holding that position, he served in several key leadership positions at The SCOOTER Store - growing from Business Process Engineer to Vice President of Operation Analysis and Systems Support to Vice President of Sales Strategy and Process Improvement to Executive Vice President of Core Sales and Operations.

In addition, beginning in 2006 he took responsibility for organizing The SCOOTER Store team to support the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation 5K Race for the Cure - as well as running in it himself. Ricardo has also taught GED preparation classes in Spanish to help hispanics without a High School diploma have a better life.