Ezeibe is a seasoned mobility professional with 15 years’ industry experience in immigration and global mobility. He currently leads the consultative arm of Equinix’s Global Mobility team. Ezeibe has global responsibility for day-to-day mobility case management, while simultaneously driving strategic mobility conversations with business leadership. A qualified (now non-practicing) lawyer, Ezeibe has held regional and global mobility and immigration roles spanning the Legal, IT, Advertising and Business Consultancy industries.
Equinix is the world’s digital infrastructure company. The world’s leading businesses interconnect their digital infrastructure through Equinix’s platform, because Equinix helps to simplify and bring together the right digital foundation to solve their toughest challenges and leap ahead of the competition.
Emma has 7 years of experience in the Mobility industry and her prior roles include Corporate Planner, HR Generalist and Rewards Analyst in the UK, US and Nigeria.
Emma is the Talent Mobility Program Manager for Europe and manages relocation and immigration into and within the European region.
Said is the Director of Global Mobility & Immigration for Elastic, a search company that builds self-managed and SaaS offerings for search, logging, security, and analytics use cases. With over 2000 employees and 18 offices around the world, Said is responsible for developing a premier, global mobility & immigration practice and providing strategic direction for Elastic’s international transfers. He serves as a strategic partner for Elastic’s business leaders and HR Business Partners to ensure the highest level of compliance with immigration, tax, and relocation policies. Said has over 15 years of experience in the mobility industry and he has been a frequent guest speaker on numerous global mobility & immigration events.
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.
Julia Clement leads Reward and Mobility at Skyscanner, a global travel search site supporting over 100 million people searching for travel per month. Her role is a global role, instrumental in ensuring that people are at the heart of Skyscanner’s success. Julia has over 20 years’ experience in a number of reward and mobility roles, primarily in high-growth technology companies.
Ani Daga is a seasoned subject matter expert in Global Mobility driving the global mobility programme across 22 markets for Carlsberg Group as Senior Global Mobility Manager. He is responsible for the operation and effectiveness of Carlsberg's mobility processes and systems for the entire Europe region, advising assignees, HR and business, interfacing for talent moves, handling monthly payroll, ensuring compliance with tax including social security and immigration, vendor management, and review & consistent implementation of policies. He has hands on experience in leading two implementations of assignment technology tool and has previously led mobility change management and cost effectiveness projects in his roles in Maersk, ISS and ITC Infotech. He has an education of MBA specialising in HR and has previous experience in HR partnering and recruitment.
Johan de Kam is a Teaching Fellow and PhD researcher at the University of Warwick, UK. Johan’s research interests focus around the social and environmental issues pertaining to Global Mobility. His professional interests are in bringing together industry leaders to take critical, reflective and collaborative approaches to GM and Sustainability.
Dawn has worked in the Global Mobility industry for 20 years. Her current role is in the UK as the Head of Global Mobility for Johnson Matthey Plc, a FTSE 100 Company. She is responsible globally for all aspects of the Group’s short and long term international assignments and their permanent international moves. Prior to this she has had Global, European and Asia Pacific Global Mobility roles based in the UK, Australia and New Zealand working for global companies such as IBM, PwC, Accenture and Fonterra.
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.
Jan leads the Global Mobility function for Jones Lang LaSalle, a world leader in real estate services with close to 100,000 employees around the world. Jan is responsible for driving relocation policies within JLL, delivering mobility services across all global locations and serves as a strategic partner for business and HR leaders helping them mobilize their talent in an efficient and compliant way. Jan has over 15 years of mobility experience in both consulting and in-house roles.
20+ year’s experience in Global Mobility, Corporate C&B and HR Business Consulting, Change Management, leading Global and Regional HR projects with a demonstrated history of working across diverse industry sectors and geographies. My key strenghts include Design and Implementation of Global Mobility Programs, aligned with Global Talent Organisational Design, Global Vendor Management, C&B Executive Pay design, and Excellent Customer Delivery Experience.
Hannah has 18 years’ experience working with compliance and Global Mobility. She recently joined the International Staff Mobility team at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark as in-house tax and social security advisor.
UCPH is the largest university in Denmark and has approx. 2,200 international employees, corresponding to 40% of the total number of employees. One of UCPH’s current focuses is international recruitment – attracting talent from around the Globe to carry out their research and teach at UCPH.
Beginning at Deloitte in 2003, Hannah has built her career on specialising in international tax & social security advisory. In 2012, she joined Accenture and in 2016, Ramboll, working as a compliance advisor before joining UCPH in 2021.
Graduated from Tilburg University with a Master in Tax law, Tim started his career as a Tax consultant in 2008 with EY Amsterdam at the Global Mobility department serving a variety of international companies with advice on all mobility related topics from tax, social security to Immigration. 7 years ago Tim took up the role of inhouse mobility advisor with Vanderlande Industries, a company just starting to develop an International Mobility program with roughly 25 assignees (mainly from the Netherlands). Currently, as Senior International Mobility Manager, Tim is responsible for Vanderlande’s global assignment population, compliance, assignment policies and its processes to manage roughly 350 assignees globally.
Annette Späth is the Head of the CoE Global
Mobility at Boehringer Ingelheim.
She embarked her HR journey 30 years ago
and gained broad experience in the areas of HR Services, Business Partnering
and Center of Excellence in different industries. Being passionate about global
HR challenges, she built up Expat Services for all OPUs within HR Germany at
In her role as an Innovation Manager Global
Mobility she transformed the Global Mobility strategy and approach, which she
now owns in her current role as the Head of the CoE Global Mobility worldwide.
Maaike van den Broek is the Head of Global Mobility at Booking.com. 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.
Compensation, Benefits and Global Mobility professional with experience in building strategy, setting policies and frameworks as well as lots of experience with tactical and operational work. Also experience in heading People Services teams en departments, covering all HR related admin tasks such as contracts, payroll and HR IT systems. Experienced people leader of teams from 4 - 7 colleagues (inter)national.Participate in conferences as speaker such as the HQ Forum 2015 in Germany as well as the EEPF Forum in Copenhagen in 2015. Winner of 2 EMMA Awards in 2016!
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.
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.
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.