Andrew Lamberto: A Near-30-Year Career in Human Resources
Andrew Lamberto worked in Human Resources for almost 30 years in California. Andrew Lamberto began this career in 1991, when he became a Special Services Assistant in the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Prior to leaving the Department, he became only the third non-sworn Division Director in the history of the organization dating back to 1850. In 2005, he left the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and became the Director of Human Resources for San Bernardino County. Andrew Lamberto had learned much about Human Resources and how to balance both the organization’s and the workers’ interests in one job. Andrew Lamberto began improving many systems and initiatives within the San Bernardino County workforce as the Director of Human Resources.
Andrew Lamberto created savings for San Bernardino County when he switched the workers’ healthcare plans over to a new vendor that could provide better service and improve the health of all County employees. Andrew Lamberto also instituted a new health initiative, called “My Health Matters!” which gave employees the opportunity to learn more about healthy lifestyles and choices while tracking health goals and incentivized plans. Andrew Lamberto helped County employees get better healthcare and have the tools to make better health decisions in their lives. He also works to support their labor interests and ensure that the County’s side is well-represented as well. He lives now in Mission Viejo, California.