David Graebel founded the company in 1950 with one moving truck and a determination to provide exceptional service to everyone he worked with. Today, the organization he started is recognized as the largest privately owned relocation company in the world.
Through his guidance and leadership, Graebel fostered many customer-centric industry innovations, including; 24/7/365 account management accessibility, bundled service pricing, performance guarantees, and web-based technology with real-time reporting.
Mr. Graebel is recognized within the industry for his strategic vision, business acumen, and his charitable efforts. In 2008, he received a Lifetime Achievement Award for Distinguished Service from The Moving and Storage Institute.
Bill Graebel was appointed as the Chief Executive Officer in 2007 and Chairman of the Board of Directors in 2018. He has been with the company since 1975 and has served many roles throughout his career including, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, General Manager, Operations Manager, and President of Graebel Movers, Inc.
Under his direction, Graebel Companies, Inc. has seen rapid and sustained growth. His vision to make the Graebel name synonymous with the highest quality relocation and workplace services led to Graebel becoming one of the first providers to receive the Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) designation for secure global supply chain management.
Mr. Graebel is an active member of several charitable organizations. He sits on the Board of Trustees for the Denver Area Council of the Boy Scouts and is on the Board of Directors for Colorado Uplift. Additionally, he belongs to the Young Presidents Organization (YPO) and the Rocky Mountain Employee Relocation Council.
Mr. Graebel is recognized worldwide as a leader in the relocation industry, and frequently makes speeches and gives lectures at industry events. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics and Political Science from Colorado College.
Ron Dunlap serves as the company’s President and Chief Operating Officer (COO), managing client development, financial services, IT, household goods solutions, and supplier management on a global level. He joined the Graebel team in 2009.
Before joining Graebel, Mr. Dunlap held a variety of roles managing IT, operations, client and vendor relations, quality performance, and planning and analysis at Prudential Real Estate and Relocation Services.
He is a veteran of the United States Air Force and has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Wichita State University. Mr. Dunlap also has a Master’s and Doctorate in experimental psychology and statistics from Texas Tech University.
Clint Rivet serves as the Graebel’s Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and is responsible for finance, accounting, tax, audits and financial reporting. He joined Graebel in 2019.
Previously, Rivet served as CFO for a global design and construction services firm, where he delivered the financial foundation to support the firm’s growth both domestically and internationally. He also held the roles of Vice President – Director of Finance and Global Financial Controller. Rivet worked in public accounting for 14 years, including co-leading the Ernst & Young’s Denver-based real estate, hospitality and construction practice; and serving Fortune 500 firms with international operations.
He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Louisiana State University and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).
Dale Collins, Chief Strategy Officer and EMEA Managing Director, returned to Graebel in 2015 to drive leading-edge ideas that are inspired by clients. He previously held leadership roles at Graebel from 2000 until 2007.
Mr. Collins’ past experience includes serving as the Chief Executive Officer at Santa Fe Relocation in the EMEA region, and Chief Executive Officer at Interdean Relocation Services. He’s lived and worked in the UK, Italy, St. Thomas, France, Cote d’Ivoire, and the US.
Mr. Collins is a Senior Certified Relocation Professional (SCRP), and has his Global Mobility Specialist (GMS) Worldwide ERC certifications. He earned his MBA from Regent University and a Bachelor of Science in Economics and Mathematics from Texas A&M University.
Additionally, Collins has been an adjunct professor of business at Saint Xavier University, previously served as president of the American Chamber of Commerce in Abidjan, and in 2016 served as the Chairman of the Board at Worldwide ERC.
Mary Dymond is an experienced senior leadership team member responsible for attracting, retaining and developing top talent worldwide for Graebel Companies, Inc. – the largest private relocation management company and a leader in the global mobility industry.
During her more than twelve years at Graebel, Mary’s contributions have led to the company’s continued success and rapid international expansion, including significant growth in the global workforce. Her efforts have resulted in an industry-renown and award-winning culture, proven by a 4.1 Glassdoor rating (highest of any peer) with an impressive 82% of current and past employees willing to recommend Graebel as an employer.
Prior to joining Graebel, Mary served as the top HR and risk management executive for publicly held companies in the energy and manufacturing industries. She joined Graebel in 2008 to lead talent management and was named Graebel’s Chief Talent Officer in 2017, continuing to oversee all human resource functions including talent acquisition, talent management, diversity and inclusion, organizational development, payroll, total rewards, succession planning and labor relations. Human Resources Executive magazine named Ms. Dymond one of five executives on the 2013 HR Honor Roll. She has also been featured in HRO Today and Mobility magazine.
Mary holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of South Dakota. In her personal time, she shows English Mastiffs in conformation and obedience.
George Bates serves as the Chief Revenue Officer, responsible for sales strategy, new client acquisition, and marketing globally.
Mr. Bates has extensive sales leadership experience. Prior to joining Graebel in 2006, he was Vice President at Sirva, the Director of Sales at Outlook Management, and the Director of Sales at Pro Staff.
Additionally, Mr. Bates is a sought-after subject matter expert on global relocation trends and issues, speaking at events for the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) and International Quality and Productivity Center (IQPC). He has his Global Mobility Specialist (GMS®) certification, and holds a degree from Brevard College.
As the Senior Vice President of Commercial Services, Scott Snead is responsible for the strategy, leadership, and operations of Graebel’s commercial services division. He’s been with the company since 1998.
Mr. Snead’s past experience includes leadership roles at Steelcase. He has over 30 years of experience in workplace services management and has served as a senior executive in relocation management, furniture services, planning services, and facilities management. Mr. Snead graduated with a bachelor’s degree and an MBA from Arizona State University.
Richard Payne serves as Graebel’s Chief Risk and Compliance Officer, overseeing compliance, safety, risk management, and internal audit functions.
Mr. Payne began his career with Graebel in 1994, starting as a claims adjuster. His professional designations include Certified Risk Manager (CRM) and Associate in Claims (AIC). He has been a speaker for several organizations, including the Risk and Insurance Management Society (RIMS), the American Moving & Storage Association (AMSA), and the Council on Litigation Management (CLM).
Before joining Graebel, Mr. Payne worked within the Department of Labor for the State of Colorado. Mr. Payne holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and History from the University of Nebraska.
Sue Diltz leads Graebel’s technology team and is responsible for maintaining strict IT security throughout all of Graebel’s operations as well as developing strategic technology solutions that drive efficiencies and productivity.
Prior to joining Graebel in 2012, Ms. Diltz served as Director of Infrastructure & Technology Services at Children’s Hospital Colorado and before that was the Senior Director of Technology Services at Time Warner Telecom.
She holds a Bachelor of Science in Management from Regis University and a Masters of Organizational Leadership from Colorado State University. Additionally, Ms. Diltz is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and holds a GIAC Law of Data Security & Investigations (GLEG) certification.
Bill Nemer is President of Relocation Services, overseeing Graebel’s service centers and clients in North America. Mr. Nemer joined the Graebel team in 2009, and led the global consulting division and thought leadership initiatives. In 2012, he was promoted to Senior Vice President, Operations, and was then promoted to President, Relocation Services in 2016.
Mr. Nemer has over 30 years of experience in the relocation industry and has held a variety of leadership positions in operations, client relations, network management, quality and process management, and thought leadership for companies including Weichert Relocation and Prudential Real Estate and Relocation.
Mr. Nemer has a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from Central Connecticut State University. He holds the Certified Relocation Professional (CRP), Global Mobility Specialist (GMS) and Strategic Talent Mobility (GMS-T) designations from the Worldwide ERC®, as well as a six sigma green belt and a project management certification from Rutgers University. Additionally, Mr. Nemer is a frequent speaker and moderator at industry events on relocation policy trends and best practices.