Sira Spotlight: Holding Down the Fort in Milford

The Sira Spotlight series focuses on one of the most interesting aspects of Sira Naturals: our people. Each month, we’ll be highlighting members of our staff from across the entire organization.

As we approach Winter, we at Sira Naturals reflect upon the hard work and dedication of our amazing staff. The Sira Creative Team sat down with our Production Office Manager/ Human Resources Representative, Cabiria Mazzuchelli, to hear her stories and learn about her critical role onboarding production staff.


What is your role at Sira?

I am The Office Manager and Human Resources Representative for the Production Facility here in Milford.

How long have you been a part of the Sira Team

November 4th marks my 2 year Anniversary!

How has your prior work experience informed your role at Sira?

I feel as though every stage in my respective academic and professional career has prepared me for the role I play at Sira. From my time as a student at The University of Denver where I majored Political Science and Communications, to being a foreign language teacher to both adults and middle school through HS students. These career milestones have instilled in me the basics in working for a multi-faceted company such as Sira.

What are the steps for on-boarding a new team member to Sira's Production Operations?

The hiring process starts right here from phone screens and interviews to background checks and offer letters. Once the tentative employee is cleared for hire through the CCC, they complete their on boarding package , receive their scrubs and OFF they go to their designated department. SHORT VERSION!

What are the most rewarding aspects of your role?

The MOST rewarding aspect of the role It is the fact that I have been given this opportunity to engage and work on such an array of projects as both Office Manager and Human Resource Rep. I have witnessed the business to business dealings and customer relationships as well. I love coming to work and being surrounded by so much savvy and innovative talent. It keeps me young and on my toes!

Any words of wisdom to those looking to get into the Cannabis Industry?

My words of wisdom to anyone getting into the industry is KEEP AN OPEN MIND to the social, legislative and commercial impacts of cannabis. The best part is that there's still a great deal of room left for development. So being open to all the progressive changes in the industry is truly invaluable. We are alive at such an amazing time for cannabis and all the opportunities it has to offer!

What do you like to enjoy doing outside of work?

I continue to teach adult conversational Italian classes, sell Real Estate part time and volunteer as a coach for an private organization called "Lookin Good " which mainly focuses on helping cancer patients undergoing treatments to look and feel their best.



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