Global Mobility Manager
Anne-Marie is currently the Global Mobility Manager for GE Healthcare. Prior to this role, Anne-Marie spent six years as a Global Mobility Specialist in GE and the years between 2004 and 2006 with Cartus Relocation where she began her career in global mobility. Her particular areas of interest are policy development and assignment compensation. Anne-Marie enjoyed 16 years of expatriation with her family in various locations, before returning to the UK to complete a BA Hons in French Literature from King’s College London.
Head of International Mobility
Annemarie has worked within the field of international mobility for 16 years and currently holds the role of Head of International Mobility within Philips Lighting, based in Amsterdam. Prior to joining Philips, she held a similar role for five years, heading the global mobility team within Yara, headquartered in Oslo, Norway, where she lived with her family for five years. Annemarie holds a university degree in (fiscal) law, and spent the first nine years of her career in global mobility with PricewaterhouseCoopers in Amsterdam and Oslo.
Senior Global Mobility Specialist
Herbert Smith Freehills
Jessica has 20 years' global mobility experience gained as Deputy Leader of Global Mobility at Arup and, more recently, as International Mobility Manager at Herbert Smith Freehills. Her knowledge includes the design and implementation of policies and processes, delivering operational aspects of mobility and well as experience in the fields of expatriate compensation and benefits. She has also sourced and managed a wide range of global supplier relationships.
Expert HR International
Pieter is an International HR Expert at Bayer AG responsible for a coordinating the country HR functions across Europe, ensuring the Country HR Heads understand Corporate initiatives and direction while representing the country perspective in HQ. Pieter has nearly 20 years of experience in international mobility and tax consulting having worked with different global tax providers and multi-national companies in the UK, Switzerland and Germany and has an extensive knowledge of the global mobility industry.
Global Head of Mobility
Siobhan joined Naspers in 2016. She was previously an Executive Director at EY and led the Mobility Performance Improvement team for EMEIA. She has over 27 years’ experience, working for ORC Worldwide, Mercer, Thomson Reuters and Deloitte in large mobility transformation projects including strategy, program improvement, policy design, change and talent management. Siobhan has lived and worked in Asia, Africa, Australia and the Middle East, is a Companion of the CIPD, member of SHRM, ERC, World at Work, and board member of the Permits Foundation. In 2010 she received the EMMA for her Outstanding Contribution to Global Mobility.
Head of Global Mobility
Mark began his career as a Tax advisor with PWC for International clients. He was later an in-house Global Mobility Manager for Deloitte in the Netherlands. Mark also lived and worked for three years in South Africa as Global Mobility Lead for Unilever. In 2015 Mark joined civil engineering and design firm Arup in London as Head of International Mobility where he has overall responsibility for the assignment programmes for some 500 employees in more than 50 countries worldwide. Mark is a member of the FEM London Chapter Steering Committee.
Center of Expertise Mobility Management
Birgit is an internationally experienced HR manager who is responsible for the Mobility Management at Bayer AG, a global Life Sciences Company. In this position she and her team provide consultancy and guidance to the company on a global level and design and establish state-of-the-art assignment policies and procedures for the Bayer Group. Birgit has a comprehensive professional expertise in all HR task fields like strategic HR projects, talent and change management as well as Business partnering and HR Services. She is a certified lawyer and passed successfully an International Master Program for senior executives.
Interim Global Mobility Manager
Ellen (MBA) is currently working as Global Mobility Manager for Booking.com in Amsterdam. Before joining Booking.com she worked in various senior global mobility roles at Royal Philips and HEINEKEN. Before entering global mobility Ellen worked as an HR generalist. Within Booking.com the focus – after the company’s start-up phase – is to perform a comprehensive review of the Global Mobility function and to create a long term global mobility vision and strategy. In addition, Ellen is a guest teacher at the International HRM course at the Hogeschool van Amsterdam and the Masters course in Global Mobility at Expatise /Erasmus University.
Group Director, Global Mobility
Selina has been working as the Group Director, Global Mobility at WorleyParsons since 2015, where she is responsible for the global leadership of the company’s mobility function. A member of the Global People Leadership Team, Selina is currently leading several global people transformational workstreams covering the areas of mobility, employee benefits and HR vendor sourcing. Selina has 15 years’ experience in the field and began her career in PwC’s expatriate tax practice, before going to PepsiCo in 2010 as the Global Mobility Lead for Europe, and then moving to Lloyd’s Register in 2012 as the Head of Global Mobility.
Group Head of Reward
Chris is Group Head of Reward at Edrington, makers of some of the world’s best-loved Scotch whiskies, rum and vodka. Chris is a qualified Chartered Tax Advisor and worked in HR consultancy for a number of years prior to moving into industry in 2011. At Edrington, he is responsible for the design, development and oversight of the compensation and benefit programs in operation across the company’s UK and international operations and joint venture businesses, and is tasked with the leadership of Edrington’s global mobility program.
Head of Internatioanl Mobility
GEA Group Worldwide
Erika is Head of Executive Management and International Mobility at GEA Group Aktiengesellschaft, one of the largest suppliers of process technology for the food industry and other industries with more than 18,000 employees globally. With more than 20 years of professional experience in International HR Management, Erika has a profound knowledge of and expertise in global mobility. In her current position, she is responsible for the development and implementation of corporate policies and guidelines, the management of the top executives as well as the coordination of all types of international staff transfers across more than 50 countries world-wide.
Senior Manager, Mobility Program Development
Nicole is currently working on the global mobility transformation which will bring BD’s Global Mobility Program a competitive edge. With over 12 years’ mobility experience and having lived and worked in countries including, UK, USA, China, Hong Kong, Israel and Poland – Nicole understands the complexities faced in different regions as well as the move process from a business and consumer perspective. Prior to working with BD, Nicole has worked with PMI, EY, Deloitte, Grandbond and RBS. Nicole has a varied experience base and has managed teams and strategic projects to achieve objectives and create sustainable mobility functions.
Talent Mobility EMEA Director
Johnson & Johnson
Sigrid took on this role in 2013 and has responsibility for developing and executing talent mobility strategies to support the J&J businesses in EMEA. She has considerable experience in global mobility and international tax. Prior to Johnson & Johnson, she was Global Mobility Manager EMEA with Cargill Europe, and before that was at PricewaterhouseCoopers in Belgium and the UK. Sigrid holds a Master’s in Applied Economics from the University of Antwerp, certification as a Belgian Tax Consultant and completed a Master’s in Tax Management and a Master’s in European Studies from UCL (Belgium) and Pantion University in Athens, Greece.
Head of Compensation & Benefits Europe
Alina has 15 years of combined local, regional and global compensation, benefits and international mobility experience, developed in organizations from diverse industries: banking, technology and retail. Since 2014 Alina has been Head of Compensation & Benefits, Europe at Austrian jewellery and accessories company, Swarovski and in this role she is responsible for the development, improvement and implementation of a professional compensation and benefits structure based on corporate guidance, company objectives and needs in the region.
Head Of Rewards
After 15 years of working in Reward, typically working in hospitality and retail organisations, Becca has progressed from Comp Analyst to Head of Reward and laterally, Head of Reward, Payroll & HR Technology. Becca’s role encompasses global mobility at Travelex, the global brand in money transfer, foreign exchange and payment solutions. Becca is currently working with her team to improve the experience of international assignees and their managers through the use of technology.
Amec Foster Wheeler
Sarah is based in Dubai, UAE, where she has accountability for the strategic and operational delivery of the firm’s global mobility program and leads a team of 20 mobility specialists based across the Americas, Europe and Asia. Prior to joining Amec Foster Wheeler, Sarah was Head of International Mobility Operations at Standard Chartered Bank where she also spent a period of time on assignment in India leading the transformation of the global mobility shared services team. Sarah has over 20 years’ mobility experience across a range of organisations including financial and professional services, consumer goods and engineering.
Principal Global Mobility Specialist
Ed is the Principal Global Mobility Specialist at the Norwegian energy company Statoil - one of the largest multinational energy companies in the world with over 20,000 employees operating in over 40 countries globally. With over ten years’ experience in the industry, Ed has previously worked in the in-house mobility teams at Citi and Clifford Chance LLP. At Statoil, he is involved in the design and improvement of Statoil’s global mobility policies and processes. His role also involves the development of the mobility team’s reporting and analytics capabilities across Statoil’s global network.
Senior Manager, Global Mobility EMEA
The Walt Disney Company
Eluned is the Senior Manager for global mobility in EMEA at Walt Disney, where she is responsible for assignees, international transfers, commuters and business travellers across EMEA. Eluned has 20 years’ experience in HR, gained in various sectors including construction, IT, financial services, oil & gas and entertainment. Prior to joining Disney, Eluned was most recently Global Mobility Senior Manager at KPMG UK, and Regional Manager, Europe and Russia Caspian, for Global Mobility at Baker Hughes.
Director of Global Mobility
Helen leads the team responsible for the design, development and delivery of high quality policy solutions and specialised programs to support international assignments globally. In January 2011 her role was expanded and she is currently leading the relocation services for the strategic relocation of the UK scientific organisation and global HQ to Cambridge. She has previously held positions in HR and finance. In 2010 Helen won the FEM EMMA for Global Mobility Professional and in 2014 FEM’s Outstanding Contribution to Global Mobility award. Helen has an MBA from Kingston University and a BA in Industrial Economics from Nottingham University.
Nicolai is Head of Global Mobility at Ramboll where he has been since 2013. He is responsible for design of Ramboll global mobility policy; managing the Centre of Excellence and leading the team through many changes. Ramboll is a leading engineering company founded in Denmark with over 13,000 employees spread across 35 countries. Beginning his international career in 1997 at Arthur Andersen, Nicolai specialized in international tax and social security advisory; adding client-focus into his core corporate DNA. He continued his career at Deloitte where he was responsible for change management projects and gaining expert knowledge in process optimization.
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