From the Graebel Newsroom.
EMMA FINALISTS NAMED FOR AMERICAS, GRAEBEL UP FOR FOUR AWARDS
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(Aurora, COLO USA) – The Forum for Expatriate Management (FEM), a leading worldwide global mobility membership organization that provides industry professionals with trending and technical information and networking opportunities, has announced its finalists for the 2015 EMMAs™ (Expatriate Management and Mobility Awards) in the Americas region recently. Recognized as the global mobility industry’s premier awards, the Graebel Companies has been named a finalist for the fourth consecutive year in these service provider categories:
- Relocation Company of the Year
- International Moving Company of the Year
- Thought Leadership – Best Survey or Research Study of the Year
- Global Mobility Professional of the Year – Ron Dunlap phD
Additionally, Graebel Relocation is the proud sponsor of the EMMA for Best Global Mobility Program in the Consumer/Retail sector for which this year’s finalists are Agrium, Inc., Nestle USA, Inc., and Cargill.
An independent jury selected by FEM will determine the winner and runner-up for each corporate and provider category. This year’s distinguished judging panel is: Cassi Bauer director employee movement, CB&I; Matthew Burns HR director global strategic initiatives and operations, Lockheed Martin; Tod Day HR operations manager, Bechtel Business Services; Janine Ellison North America people mobility director, Accenture; Susan Eustes, director global mobility and stock plan services, IHS; Brian W. Fagan associate director benefits and mobility, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.; Cecile Johnson director HR customer services and global mobility, Phillips 66; Elizabeth Karcher director global mobility, Discovery Communications; Marie Kieupura director international mobility, Veolia North America; global mobility industry veterans Kristien Piron and Robert Lesser; Trish MacDonald director talent acquisition and mobility, AREVA, Inc.; Sheri Ryan-Soderlund global leader global mobility, The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company; Tricia Schneider director global mobility services, American Express; Melissa Sudano director global mobility, CA Technologies; Patricia Tavares global mobility regional lead, Amercias, HSBC Bank; and Tammi Walsh US global mobility manager, CGI Technologies and Solutions, Inc.
The judges’ decisions will be announced during the FEM black-tie Gala Awards ceremony that will be held at the Lowes Coronado Bay Resort in Coronado, California this September.
2014, Chief Executive Officer, Bill Graebel SGMS was honored with the Global Mobility Professional of the Year in the Americas. FEM also honored Graebel Relocation with its first-place EMMA for Thought Leadership – Survey or Research Study of the Year.
Graebel Relocation sponsored the Best Global Mobility Program industrial/energy sector award that was presented to Bechtel in 2014.