2016 Americas EMMAs Shortlist Announced!

The Forum for Expatriate Management is delighted to announce the shortlist for the 2016 Americas EMMAs.

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All of us at the Forum for Expatriate Management would like to extend a warm congratulations to the nominees in this years EMMAs shortlist!

The quality of entries this year surpassed our expectations and our judges are going to have their work cut out for them in selecting the deserving winners on 5 May 2016 in Philadelphia.

For the first time, we allowed suppliers to complete entries on behalf of their clients, resulting in a celebration of vendor partnership. We would like to thank Pearl Law Group, Plus Relocation, Cornerstone Relocation Group, Dittoe Public Relations and Polaris Global Mobility for their kind entries on the behalf of their corporate clients.

The nomination process this year saw familiar faces, as well as new individuals and companies across categories. We'd like to offer a special congratulations to Crown World Mobility with a total of 8 nominations across categories!

To all our nominees inside Global Mobility Professional of the Year and Global Mobility Rising Star of the Year we would like to not only wish you luck, but thank you for your hard work, dedication and commitment to Global Mobility over 2015.

Visit our Americas Summit page to see the full shortlist!

For those who have not yet booked their tickets for the gala dinner during which the winners will be announced, you can do so today. All prices and information can be found on the Americas summit website. Space is limited, so do book your seat now as to avoid disappointment.

Registration is also open for the Americas summit. Don't miss out on your opportunity to connect with your fellow Global Mobility professionals during the two-day event in Philadelphia this May. With a wealth of speakers and topics ranging from tackling the retention challenge in repatriation to the evolving role of Global Mobility and how to realise implementation there is something for everyone.

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Courtney Ellis-Jones

Courtney began her career in global mobility nearly a decade ago. She originally began her career working in the in-house HR function, but transitioned to a role with a destination services provider inside the business development remit. Courtney has focused since on high level transformation of mobility programmes, including policy reform, process improvements and academic research. Her career has led her to touch all sides of the global mobility function from working as a supplier to delivering in-house mobility services. She has worked across industries and regions, having lived in the United States, France, Hungary, Estonia and the United Kingdom and has been with FEM since October 2015.


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Alex Felstead over 4 years ago

Congratulations to all the shortlisted nominees