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This is Simone’s second time in in her current role. She has studied law in Berlin, Passau, Paris and Munich and completed an MBA at ESMT in Berlin. Simone started her career in banking, but in recent years, Simone has been a consultant for Change Management and Communication. At the same time, she is a coach and a Master for Systemic Consulting. All these skills help her now in her role in Global Mobility where many varying questions come to her desk and many interfaces have to work smoothly together.
Kerwin serves as Board of Director for Worldwide ERC and effective 2020, has been designated Chairman-elect for the organization.
Kerwin is the Global Head of Mobility for Hewlett Packard Enterprise since 2015. Prior to that he managed both Mobility and Talent Acquisition Operations for Asia.
His HR Journey of over 20 years (across Intel and Hewlett Packard) is mostly about leading organizations through change, building teams and partnerships, nurtures an organizational culture that makes success sustainable. Whether it is about M&As or spin-offs, start-ups or site closures, outsourcing or setting up shared services, shifts in philosophy or technology – Kerwin has led multiple HR functions in fulfilment of change aspirations.
Ali is the founder and managing partner at sparkChief & Co. He helps clients develop highly competitive strategic workforce planning, talent management, career, and rewards solutions. Throughout his career, Ali has consulted with many leading multinational companies and contributed to major strategic workforce management, transformation and change management projects across a wide range of HR specialisations. With more than 20 years in the management consulting industry, Ali has extensive experience in developing HR capabilities, and driving thought leadership in various people management areas. He has designed and developed numerous global human resources solutions in use by clients all around the world today. Ali is also the author of four management books.
Co-founder Pim de Morree started Corporate Rebels with Joost Minnaar, after they both said goodbye to their corporate jobs. That was just three years after Pim finished his studies in Industrial Engineering and Management Science and Innovation Management at the Eindhoven University of Technology. Besides travelling the world and researching, he writes for the Corporate Rebels blog, advises companies, and gives keynote presentations to inspire organisations to radically change the way they work. Together with the rest of the Corporate Rebels team, he supports the growth of a global movement to make work more fun.
Sigrid is Global Leader, Mobility Advisory Services with Johnson & Johnson. She partners with business leaders to provide strategic consultation on how to best align talent mobility, enterprise strategies and key initiatives in order to meet Johnson & Johnson’s business goals and accelerate the development of its global talent. She has experience developing and executing a variety of complex global and executive assignment policies, including one-way, commuter, flexible and long-term moves within the APAC and EMEA regions. She closely works with the organization’s regional EMEA vendor partners and manages talent mobility budgets for EMEA.