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Saul Razo


"I truly appreciate and love what I do. You give what you get, a good attitude can be so contagious." 

Saul Razo enjoys a close rapport with every student and staff member at TCS, making him a sought-after collaborator and companion.

We asked Saul a few questions to get to know him better.

What is your role at TERI, and how long have you been here?

Behavior Specialist at the TERI Country School, Respite Camp Supervisor, and Diversity and Inclusion trainer. A little over 2 years.

What's the most rewarding part of your job?

Being a part of the progress our clients make, the smiles our clients have, the rapport built with clients, families, and staff. 

Can you share a recent accomplishment, either at work or in your personal life?

Being nominated for a TERI spotlight.

What's the best piece of career advice you've ever received?

1.Know yourself and seek self-improvement. 2. It takes more effort to make up an excuse for your mistakes than take accountability for your mistakes. 

What's one thing people don't know about you that they would be surprised to find out?

Served 4 years as a United States Marine.



Ready to make a difference in someone's life?

What's your favorite thing about your team or department? 

The Culture is so welcoming. If every department had a movie based on them, TCS would be Fast and Furious "Family".

Do you have a favorite quote or mantra that inspires you? 

G's move silent like lasagna.

How do you stay motivated and maintain a positive attitude at work? 

I truly appreciate and love what I do. You give what you get, a good attitude can be so contagious.

Saul is a dedicated team player. He LOVES his job, and it is apparent the minute he walks in the door. He is eager to help whenever, wherever and whoever needs it. He encompasses all the traits that and more that are needed to work in this field. TERI is lucky to have Saul. 

~ Shane Hamilton, Director of The Country School

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