Arlington, VA—Worldwide ERC®, The Workforce Mobility Association, and the Worldwide ERC® Foundation for Workforce Mobility are pleased to announce the addition of three new members to each group.
Worldwide ERC® Board
To serve a three-year term beginning on January 1, 2018, the Worldwide ERC® Board of Directors welcomes Erik Eccles, CEO and Co-Founder, Urbandoor, San Francisco, CA; Kerwin Guillermo, Director, Global Employee Mobility, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Singapore; and Andrew Walker, GMS, Global Mobility Leader, EY, New York, NY. These exceptional mobility experts bring considerable reputations for leadership, innovation and talent mobility knowledge to their new roles.
“The Worldwide ERC® Board has set a strategic course to engage, educate and inspire mobility professionals through our organization. We’re expanding our global reach, multiplying our opportunities to connect and engage with one another, and dynamically changing the ways we make information and knowledge available,” said Worldwide ERC® Chair Robert J. Horsley, Fragomen Worldwide. “The unique skills that Erik, Kerwin and Andrew bring will accelerate our transformation and help to shape and drive the execution of our strategic plan. We are honored to have individuals of their professional caliber joining our leadership team.”
Worldwide ERC® Foundation for Workforce Mobility
The Worldwide ERC® Foundation for Workforce Mobility is also pleased to announce the newest additions to its Board of Trustees. Anne Bartoloni, SCRP, Regional Vice President, Wells Fargo Home Mortgage in Minneapolis, MN; Eve A. Seib, CRP, GMS, President, OneSource Relocation in Atlanta, GA; and Bill Werth, CRP, VP Corporate Sales/Administration, Westerberg Global Mobility in Elk Grove Village, IL will all embark on a three-year term with the Foundation, beginning on January 1 as well.
“Talent mobility professionals are quick to share not only their business knowledge and expertise, but their helping hands and generous hearts. The Worldwide ERC® Foundation for Workforce Mobility is the channel through which we are able to collectively enhance the reach of that generosity, through our annual charitable events and scholarship program. Anne, Eve and Bill all come to us with considerable expertise and a passion for the work that we do, and I’m delighted to welcome them as new trustees,” said Foundation Chair, Johnny H. Haines, SCRP, SGMS-T, Deloitte.
Find out more about the Foundation and its work to support students who have experienced workforce mobility, and the funding it provides to its selected charity, Family Promise.
About Worldwide ERC®
Since 1964, Worldwide ERC® has been committed to connecting and educating workforce mobility professionals across the globe. A global not-for-profit organization, we are headquartered in Washington, D.C., with offices in London and Shanghai, and are the source of global mobility knowledge and innovation in talent management from Europe, the Middle East and Africa, to Asia and across the Americas. For more information, visit www.WorldwideERC.org.
About the Worldwide ERC® Foundation for Workforce Mobility
The Worldwide ERC® Foundation for Workforce Mobility was established in 2004. Its mission is to energize the global community through charitable giving. More information about the Foundation is available on Worldwide ERC®’s website.