Rancho Pescadero, an oceanfront boutique resort near the Pueblo Magico of Todos Santos, Mexico, announced the appointment of Bob Toubman as general manager.

As general manager, Toubman is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day management of the resort and leading the hotel staff to maintain old and new relationships with guests who return year after year or discover the resort for the first time.

“Bob will be instrumental to further elevating the resort’s already long-standing reputation with serenity and an authentic Baja experience,” said Lisa Harper, founder and owner of Rancho Pescadero. “With Bob’s leadership, we are confident that he will continue to deliver the warm service and the resort’s message to encourage guests to connect with each other, themselves and nature.”

Prior to joining Rancho Pescadero, Toubman served in numerous leadership positions, including senior vice president of the Loreto Bay Company in Baja California where he was responsible for all aspects of resort operations including food and beverage, golf club, beach club, and spa.

He has also served as general manager for Harbor Court hotel in Baltimore, Md., The Henley Park Hotel in Washington, D.C., and The Inn at McCormick Ranch Resort in Scottsdale, Ariz.

Toubman graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree. He has achieved the industry’s highest professional certification, Certified Hotel Administrator, and has always been very involved in his communities.

In Arizona, Toubman worked with the City of Scottsdale Tourism Development Commission and sat on the boards of the Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce, Scottsdale Boys and Girls Club and serving with the United States Marshall’s Posse.

In Loreto, Baja, he worked with Loreto Visitor’s Bureau, helping to bring sustainability to the schools of Loreto by working with kids of all ages to grow edible gardens at their schools, learn to cook with the ingredients they grew through classes with resort chefs, and helping sponsor community food events where each school conducted tastings and educational programs to inform how local products benefitted the environment along with providing healthier food options.

Just an hour north of Los Cabos, Rancho Pescadero is an adult hideaway featuring 28 suites. Crafted with native materials and artisan furnishings, the hotel features two pools, the Tres Hermanas Spa, which specializes in local and indigenous ingredients, an organic farm, and the Garden Restaurant, offering farm-and sea-to-table Baja cuisine infused with global influences. The resort offers indoor and outdoor options for meetings and events, such as the beach, pool patio, Garden Restaurant and Farm as well as a 2,000-square-foot Palapa Studio space.