Friday, 29 September
10:30 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.
What if someone could bring you information from the future to help you shape your vision and business? Now is the time to tank up on tactics and takeaways: come to this exceptional session and hear from some of our industry’s most innovative leaders as they talk about talent, strategy, mobility landscapes and the future of work. This popular session is skillfully moderated by Worldwide ERC® CEO Peggy Smith, SCRP, SGMS-T – make sure it’s in your Symposium session lineup!
Senior Manager, Global Mobility & Immigration
Stephanie currently leads Booz Allen Hamilton’s Global Mobility and Immigration Program under the firm's International Operations and Expansion Organization. She is responsible for the design and delivery of enterprise program solutions for Talent Mobility in the Middle East, Europe and APAC as the firm scales their international footprint and consulting portfolio. Her previous roles include leading Global Mobility and Immigration for 8 years at Salesforce, where she developed and scaled the program from the ground up during the company’s exponential growth to support talent acquisition and development. She has also held roles at Mercer (formerly ORC) in their Expatriate Compensation Practice in New York and San Francisco where she advised a variety of clients in Global Mobility Best Practices for the Financial Services, Oil and Gas, Defense and the High Tech. Stephanie is a frequent panelist for Bay Area Mobility Management (BAMM) and has been quoted in various Mobility industry publications.
Director, Global Employee Mobility
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Kerwin currently leads the Global Employee Mobility program for Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Prior to leading the global program, he spent 5 years concurrently managing Asia Mobility and Talent Acquisition Operations for the region. Prior to that he led several major change initiatives across multiple HR functions at Intel for 14 years. His career allowed him to experience Mobility as he moved from Manila to Singapore.
CEO & Founder
Brynne S. Kennedy is Founder and CEO of MOVE Guides, which helps companies move and manage their employees around the world with the industry’s first enterprise software platform. In 2017, Brynne also founded #Mobility4All, a non-profit program that fosters an open, global and mobile world, and where MOVE Guides contributes 1% of revenue and resources. Brynne is a frequent speaker on topics of global mobility, immigration and women in technology. Brynne has been recognized for "Entrepreneur of the Year" in The Women in IT Awards, “Entrepreneur of the Year” in The Women of the Future Awards and on Management Today’s “35 under 35” list. She speaks four languages, has business experience in 30+ countries and holds an MBA from London Business School and a BA in History from Yale University.
Anupam Singhal is CEO of Monaeo, Inc., a high-growth tech firm based in New York City. Over the course of his 15+ years investing in and helping build world-class technology companies around the world, he has been both an active business traveler and an expat. Previously he worked for Silver Lake Partners, General Atlantic, and Morgan Stanley in the U.S. and abroad. He holds an MBA from Harvard, and a BS from Carnegie Mellon and the London School of Economics. As a ‘prolific’ road-warrior – he has already worked in or traveled to over 30 countries – Anupam co-founded Monaeo to empower enterprises and individuals with mobility-focused, contextual data analytics so they can better understand and manage risks as well as harness opportunities created by travel.
Natacha Sittner, GMS
Head of Talent Mobility
Natacha leads the Talent Mobility team at Netflix, Inc. Natacha has experience in designing and implementing global mobility programs which matches a company’s culture with their mobility philosophy. In addition, Natacha’s experience includes setting up mobility functions, managing teams and projects, locally and globally, in areas of talent acquisition and talent operations. Prior to Netflix, Natacha led the Global Mobility functions at LinkedIn and Novartis Pharmaceuticals.