FEM Southwest Texas Chapter Meeting 12/20/17

Please join us for the FEM Soutwest Texas Chapter Meeting on December 20

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Managing the Risks of Business Travel: Guidelines on Immigration, Tax Compliance, Health Intelligence and Travel Risk Management

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Join us for the final Southwest Texas Chapter Meeting of 2017 for a panel discussion on how to manage the risk of business travel.

Moderator:
Adele Yeargan, Director of Global Mobility and Immigration at VMware

Speakers:
Simon Jackson, Vice President of Sales, United Healthcare Global
In his role, he leads the international benefits new business team. Previously, Simon achieved success with Bupa International in a range of roles including Head of Sales and Account Management – Europe and Head of Sales and Account Management – North America. In this last role Simon was responsible for sales and relationship management for the Global Choice Plan that Bupa International offered in partnership with UnitedHealthcare. In prior roles with Bupa International, Simon brought his expert knowledge of the expatriate benefits market to sales and account management roles based in London and South Africa. 

Jacky Maroney, Shareholder at Ogletree
Jacky Maroney practices in the Austin office of Ogletree. She provides comprehensive business immigration representation to domestic and multinational corporations with a focus on the technology sector. Jacky brings extensive experience to bear on the full range of business immigration.  Jacky has a strong record of partnering with corporations to develop, execute, and continually improve domestic and global immigration programs that deliver value while reflecting the corporate client’s priorities and unique culture.

Mike Prewitt, Partner at Deloitte Tax LLP
Mike Prewitt  is a Partner in the Global Employer Services practice in the Houston office of Deloitte Tax LLP. He has over 15 years of experience serving clients' needs in the arenas of global mobility and international compensation and benefits.  As part of Deloitte's consulting team, Mike has assisted companies in developing policies to support and administer their mobile employees, structure compensation in a tax efficient manner across multiple jurisdictions, as well as advise on the design and implementation of processes to ensure employer and employee compliance with local laws and regulations.

Johan Selle, Senior Solutions Engineer at iJET
Johan Selle is Senior Solutions Engineer at iJET, where he provides program management, consulting, benchmarking and assessments to help organizations mature their risk management programs. Johan has more than 30 years experience in the intelligence industry. Johan started with iJET in 2000 in iJET’s North American Operations Center where he eventually led the daily watch operations before maturing into his current role. Before iJET, he spent 17 years with the South African National Defense Force, serving as an officer in various intelligence-related roles

Date:
Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Time: 
8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

Location: 
VMware
6500 River Place Blvd
Building 5
Austin, TX 79730

(Note:  There are two VMware office in Austin, we are at the River Place location that is off 620 & 2222)

** Parking:  There is a parking garage right across from our building
** Registration:  You will need to register in Building 6 and then walk over to Building 5 for the meeting in Austin City Limits.
**  Meeting Room:  In Building 5, take the elevator to 2nd floor.  Once off the elevator there will be someone to greet you and direct you to the conference room.

Cost:

  • Complimentary to Corporate HR or Corporate Mobility resources that are involved in the administration of their company’s mobility program.
  • $150 USD for global mobility suppliers, per person, assuming the supplier has a valid Supplier Membership of $550.
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