Manager, Global Mobility Compensation & Benefits EMEA

Tosin Adenrele has worked as a Global Mobility Professional for over ten years with worldwide companies across multiple industry sectors such as Financial services, Oil and Gas, Pharmaceutical and Technology. Since Tosin began her career as a Global Mobility Analyst, focusing on the EMEA Region, she has become known throughout the Global Mobility Industry as a “problem solver” who ensures operational excellence to Global Mobility Programs.

Tosin subsequently undertook contractual roles as a Global Mobility Specialist and Lead Consultant before launching her own Expat Consultancy providing a wide range of Expertise and Project Delivery. Tosin’s specialism is the centralisation of the Change Management, Compensation Analysis, Global Mobility Function, HR Transformation, Stakeholder Engagement and Talent Management.

This focus on delivery has seen Tosin awarded with a Recognition Award for Operational Excellence whilst at BP alongside working with the runner ups for FEM EMEA EMMA Of The Year in 2014. Tosin’s outstanding reputation has seen her share her insights as an industry expert at numerous industry events and in 2019 Tosin was elected to be one of the Next Gen GM Steering Committee Members and also appointed a Global Mobility Ambassador and Contributor to Global Mobility Journeys.

Director, Global Employment & Mobility Tax
Global Mobility Leader
Global Mobility Program Manager
Global Mobility Director
Thomson Reuters

Victoria is the Global Mobility Director at Thomson Reuters. Previous roles include two years at The Boston Consulting Group in their Mobility Tax function and eight years at Deloitte in International Assignment Services, before joining Thomson Reuters in May 2015. Victoria holds a BA (Hons) degree in Spanish and Portuguese and is a Chartered Tax Advisor, holding ATT and CTA qualifications. She also took a sabbatical in 2012 to spend 4 months working as an interpreter and project manager for the youth and sustainable development charity Raleigh International in Costa Rica and Nicaragua.

Head HR UK & Ireland
Bayer AG
Global Mobility Specialist - EMEA
Teaching Fellow
Warwick University

Johan de Kam is a Teaching Fellow and PhD researcher at the University of Warwick, UK. In his PhD he focuses on knowledge sharing practices in response to the initial crisis conditions of the pandemic. Johan’s further interests lie in the social and environmental concerns of GM, bringing together industry leaders in taking critical, reflective and collaborative approaches to sustainable Global Mobility.

Global Mobility Senior Consultant
Jaguar Land Rover

Graduated from Temple University in Tokyo, Flavia has initiated her GM career in a Big Four consulting company assisting clients with their talent mobility related challenges. Currently, as a Global Mobility Senior Consultant in Jaguar Land Rover, UK’s largest automotive manufacturer, Flavia is responsible for managing JLR’s global assignment population.

Global Mobility Manager
Mobility & Human Resources Specialist International - Senior
FedEx Express Netherlands

Louisa de Weerd-Jak currently holds the position of Senior International Mobility & HR Specialist within FedEx Express Europe, one of the largest logistics companies in the world. Besides the daily international mobility business matters, she has recently been focusing on the Posted Workers Directive project, to ensure compliancy for business travelers within Europe. Louisa has more than 20 years of global mobility experience. She started her career as a consultant with PwC and KPMG at the Global Mobility department and worked as International Assignments Manager with Randstad Holding before she joined TNT (currently FedEx) in 2008. Louisa holds a Master’s degree in Dutch law (employment law and social security) from VU Amsterdam.

Head of Global Mobility

Mark began his career as an expat tax advisor for international clients with PWC, and later became an in-house global mobility manager for Deloitte in the Netherlands. Mark moved internationally 4 times; he worked for three years in Durban, South Africa as Global Mobility Lead for Unilever, Mark joined Arup in London as Head of Global Mobility. In 2018 Mark moved to Amsterdam where he worked as Head of Mobility with and Head of Talent Mobility with Uber. In 2022 Mark moved to Barcelona as Head of Global Mobility for Getir. Mark is a registered Global Mobility Strategic Talent specialist (GMS-T ) with the Worldwide Employee Relocation Council and a regular speaker at global mobility industry conferences

Group Head of Global Mobility
Mott MacDonald
The Permits Foundation

Gill Gordon is Chair of The Permits Foundation, an independent, not-for-profit organisation campaigning globally to improve work permit regulations to make it easier for partners of mobile employees to gain employment during an international assignment. Since its start-up in 2001, The Permits Foundation has been progressively successful in influencing change throughout the European Union as well as in the USA, Brazil, Peru and Asia (Hong Kong, India, Japan and Malaysia).

Around 35 countries now allow accompanying spouses or partners to work. The organisation continues to promote best practice and monitor legislative improvements in all these countries as well as setting up new projects (for example, in South Africa and China) in its global campaign. Gill previously spent most of her career at Schlumberger, where she held a number of senior HR roles.

Mobility Lead
Senior Lecturer
Regents University

Dr. Vicky Haji-Ghassemi is a Senior Lecturer and Course Leader at Regents University London, teaching within HR, Management and Organisations. Dr. Haji-Ghassemi completed an MSc in International Business Management, conducting a comparative study of the pre-departure cross-cultural training of British and Japanese expatriates. For her PhD, she explored the extent to which expatriates, face-to-face interaction and physical mobility can be replaced by a ‘mixed-economy’ of ‘flexpatriates’ and communication technologies in SMEs. Dr. Haji-Ghassemi has presented at conferences covering various topics such as the traditional and modern 'flexpatriate', the role of trust, social capital and networking in relation to the performance of the internationalisation of SMEs, as well as exploring the dynamics and complexities of the dark sides of trust in SMEs within ‘Strong Ties’ and ‘Weak Ties’ concerning networks, social capital and partnerships during internationalisation’. Dr. Haji-Ghassemi is currently conducting research on the impact of Covid-19 on the performance of expatriates and ‘flexpatriates’, as well as virtual assignments and how organisations need to engage and retain their global talent.

Head of Talent Mobility
stc (Saudi Telecom Group)

In a broad career - always centred within Mobility - Chris has worked across a variety of sectors including; Mining, Banking, Telecoms, Engineering and Defence, ranging from small start-ups to FTSE 100 Corporations.

He started his career like many others in Expatriate Tax before making a lateral move to Paragon Relocation, where he spent 7 years building their international profile outside of the US. He then spent 4 years at Rio Tinto, with a regional brief for EMEA, briefly back into HR Consultancy at Airinc before moving back into corporate roles with Tata Technologies, Babcock, Citi and TP ICAP.    

Currently based in Riyadh, he is engaged in re-engineering the Mobility function at stc (2020 revenue: £16bn) through a particularly exciting period of growth as they diversify the business and expand their international footprint beyond the GCC region.

Head of International Mobility
Intertrust Group
Global Mobility Manager

Khadeeja has over 15 years’ experience in Global Mobility and is currently heading up the Global Mobility function for the Aggreko group for the last 4 years. She has an extensive background in mobility having previously worked for a number of large Corporates including Colt Technology, Anglo American, Credit Agricole, Unilever and Foster Wheeler, prior to joining Aggreko.

Director, Professional Doctorate in Organisational Psychology
Birkbeck, University of London
Head of Global Mobility, EMEA
Talent Mobility Manager
Electronic Arts
Global Mobility Specialist
Global Mobility Manager
Oriflame Cosmetics

Carmen Miinea is an international HR professional with extensive 20 + years experience in end-to-end mobility and rewards programmes. Her particular areas of expertise include development and implementation of Global Mobility Programs, HR transition and HR outsourcing models, International Assignees tax compliance, Global Vendor Management as well as General HR and Employment Policies.

Carmen Miinea is passionate about Global Mobility and Rewards area – as even though being a very niched area, it has a huge impact on the overall employee experience. Carmen Miinea has worked in HR and Global Mobility roles for big international companies: Syngenta, IBM, Procter & Gamble (including participating in Wella AG M&A) and Oriflame.

Senior Manager - EMEA & ASIA
Head of Global Mobility

Melanie has worked in Global Mobility for over 18 years, across a number of organisations including, Deloitte, Tesco, RBS and now Aviva. She have been at Aviva for 3 years, and currently leading the Global Mobility team for the past 2 years.

Associate Director - Global Lead for Outbound Assignments and Relocation Services
Global Mobility Specialist
Independent Global Mobility & HR Expert

Chantelle is a curious leader with over ten years experience designing enterprise level Global Mobility and HR initiatives architecting structural, capability and talent mobility solutions that shift the world of work. She has worked across a host of industries and global corporations including Hitachi Energy, ABB and Topia as a Global Mobility Project Manager, HR Specialist and Customer Success Manager. She is committed to redefining the employee experience through coaching, mentoring and leveraging HR technology for the greater good – having established a Global Business Service, HR systems implementation and redefining a global onboarding and capability program.

Chantelle has developed a unique perspective when it comes to global workforce topics. Influenced by her time living abroad, strengths-based coaching and her global network, she brings a human-centred Design Thinking approach to HR & Global Mobility.

Global Mobility Specialist

HR Professional with 10+ years of experience in Internal Mobility Recruitment & Global Mobility working in diverse industries. Having lived in 7 countries, no wonder that my career led me to my current role as a Global Mobility Specialist for Twilio, a San Francisco-based tech company, where I oversee immigration and relocation processes in NAMER, EMEA and APAC. 

AVP, Global Assignments CoE

Mark is part of the Global Mobility leadership team for Cognizant, a professional services company that is transforming clients' business, operating and technology models for the digital era. From his time with the Big 4 and subsequent in-house roles, he has a wide range of experience covering expatriate taxes and global mobility strategy, policies and processes. Mark’s team has responsibility for enabling the deployment of client facing colleagues on international assignments & cross-border business travel for delivering services to clients, so a key challenge is to identify and implement solutions that enable the business while also managing risk and compliance obligations.

Senior Manager, Global Mobility
EPAM Systems

Yuliya Skamarokha, Senior Manager, Relocation Partner at EPAM Systems, a leading multi-national company providing IT Services and IT Consulting. Yuliya is the Head of the company’s biggest Talent Mobility team (50+ team members) supporting relocations to and providing immigration expertise on 25 European countries in-house. Yuliya is a Global Mobility professional with 9 years of experience in the industry and experience in Team and People Management. Yuliya studied International and Intercultural Communication at Minsk State Linguistic University.

Head of Group International Rewards
Assicurazioni Generali S.p.A.
Sr. Manager Global Mobility

Mihai has over 9 years of experience in the global mobility area as an in-house corporate mobility professional, with large and medium size programs. He has led global mobility teams delivering services for over 1,500 expatriates and is now leading the mobility program at Kellogg. Since the consolidation of the global mobility activities in Kellogg’s Bucharest Global Business Services Center, he has been managing relocation vendors and identifying technology solutions for greater efficiencies, improving customer satisfaction and achieving greater transparency for global mobility stakeholders. 

Director, Global Mobility Solutions
Head of Global Mobility

Maaike van den Broek is the Head of Global Mobility at She is a seasoned global mobility professional who has worked in senior global mobility in-house roles, in the mobility consultancy field and on the relocation services provider side. In those different roles she has gained a wealth of experience with all different aspects of global mobility. Maaike holds a Master’s Degree in Communication from the University of Amsterdam and is ERC certified.

Head of HR Policy, Compensation & Benefits
Loyens & Loeff

Marco started his career as tax advisor with PWC. Later, Marco joined FrieslandCampina (a global dairy company with offices in 34 countries) as the Manager Global Mobility. He led the Global Mobility department for about 7 years and headed the transformation of this department with the establishment of a new strategy, full review of vendors and implementing new procedures and processes. In 2016 the team won the following EMMA Awards: “Best Global Mobility Team” and “Best Family Support Program”. Currently Marco is the Head of HR Policy, Compensation & Benefits at Loyens & Loeff a leading firm on law and tax advice.

Global Mobility Manager
RWE Generation UK Plc

After finishing her degree in anthropology at the University of Swansea, and travelling around the world, Hannah started work for a large relocation company supporting a variety of clients with their assignee life cycles. Experiencing and building on a fantastic mobility base, she moved into a more senior consultancy role. Five or more years later, Hannah joined the German energy company ‘RWE’. Having been with the company for 11 years, Hannah is still proud to be a part of the RWE Group, having seen a lot of structural and necessary industry changes within the company and its mobility team and programme adapt along the way. She is now pleased to be working in a Global Account Manager role supporting the business partners navigate international working in a post-Covid, post-Brexit world.

Independent Global Mobility Specialist
VP Global Mobility, Employee Engagement and Continuous Listening
Schneider Electric

Susanna Warner-Corbacho has been working in the Global Mobility and Human Resources area for 20 years. She joined Schneider Electric in 2017 to lead the Global Mobility function and recently expanded her role to cover Continuous Listening and Engagement. Prior to joining Schneider Electric, Susanna was Group Head of International Mobility in AXA and in Lafarge. She also held other HR positions, setting up an internal Talent Acquisition function in the Investment Management business in AXA and leading Career development for support functions in Lafarge. A British national, she relocated to Paris early in her career during 2000 to become a tax consultant with Arthur Andersen.

Head of Global Mobility
Novo Nordisk

Nicolai has +20 years mobility experience. He recently joined the Global Mobility CoE, which is strategic responsible for global mobility. Key responsibility areas: International Operations, Global Workforce Compliance, Mobility Technology and Systems.

Novo Nordisk is a global healthcare company with 95 years of innovation and leadership in diabetes care. Novo Nordisk employs approximately 43,000 in 80 offices around the world.

Beginning his international career in 1997 at Arthur Andersen, Nicolai specialized in international tax and social security advisory. He continued his career at Deloitte where he was responsible for change management projects and process optimization. Before Novo Nordisk, Nicolai has head of Global Mobility in Ramboll 2013-2020.

Global Mobility Lead

Louise has spent over 25 years working in Assignee Services and Global Mobility and is currently Head of Global Mobility Operations for KPMG International. This team provides governance, structure and GM strategy across the KPMG global network of 146 firms, and support to over 250 Global Mobility professionals. Previously Louise was Deloittes’s UK Head of Global Mobility and a member of the Deloitte North West Europe Global Mobility Council.