Join us on February 15th for a dynamic gathering of thought leaders, industry experts, and innovators to discuss ways to shape the future of global mobility.In an era where mobility is evolving at an unprecedented pace, this event serves as a crucial platform for Houston professionals seeking comprehensive updates on the global mobility ecosystem. Gain actionable insights into navigating the complexities of the evolving global mobility ecosystem, from policy considerations to business strategies that drive success in this rapidly changing environment. Participate in roundtable discussions and hands-on sessions designed to facilitate knowledge exchange and share best practices in an environment that is free from solicitation. Engage in meaningful discussions and network with peers, experts, and innovators, creating valuable connections that can propel your career and business forward. Whether you are a seasoned professional or a newcomer to the field, our event ensures that there's something for everyone.
KPMG, 811 Main Street, Houston, TX 77002 (Parking validation will be provided upon arrival)
- 8:30 AM – 9:15 AM: Breakfast Networking & FEM Houston Chapter Overview
- 9:15 AM – 10:00 AM: Corporate Member Only Roundtable
- 9:15 AM – 10:00 AM: Supplier Roundtable
- 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM: Global Mobility Ecosystem Updates
- 11:00 AM – 11:15 AM: Closing & Upcoming Events for FEM
* * Off-site network lunch optional following the event
Jacquelyn (Jacky) P. Maroney | Ogletree Deakins
Jacquelyn P. Maroney practices in the Austin office of Ogletree Deakins and is currently a co-chair of the firm’s Immigration Practice Group. She provides comprehensive business immigration representation to domestic and multinational corporations with a focus on the software, information technology, semiconductor, biotechnology, health care, and oil and gas industries.Jacky brings extensive experience to bear on the full range of business immigration. What sets her apart is the emphasis she places on collaborating with clients on strategic planning and smart immigration program management. 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. Jacky graduated from Vanderbilt University School of Law and has more than 20 years of business immigration experience.https://www.linkedin.com/in/jacquelyn-maroney-63461962/
Bobby joined Aires in 2014. He currently serves as General Counsel and as the Head of Immigration. In this role, he serves as internal counsel to Aires and provides legal advice to key stakeholders and executives. Additionally, having a specific background and passion towards corporate immigration law, Bobby oversees the evolution and strategy of immigration operations and services that Aires provides to its clients and assignees throughout the world. With a staff of immigration professionals spanning the world and a vast independent network of in-country immigration representatives, Aires partners with our clients to not only design and manage efficient and cost-effective immigration programs but to also administer and organize their cases and data in a streamlined fashion. Bobby is passionate about blending these services within the overall mobility function. In his time with Aires, Bobby has also held the positions of Director, Immigration & Legal Affairs, Immigration Attorney, and Immigration Specialist. Prior to joining Aires, he worked at a global sports agency where he coordinated and procured global visas for professional athletes and Olympians. Bobby’s credentials include the Global Mobility Specialist (GMS) designation from Worldwide ERC® and an Advanced Certificate in Immigration Law from City University of New York. Bobby also holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan, a master’s degree from Georgetown University, and a juris doctorate from Duquesne University School of Law. He is admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (USA). https://www.linkedin.com/in/bobbybartle/
Reggie McIntyre, Global Enterprise Sales at ADP
"With a career characterized by a recent role change, I have successfully expanded my expertise in serving clients in the global market. My current focus centers on guiding companies through digital transformation for ERP and HCM, steering them towards cloud solutions, and implementing robust global payroll strategies.
Over decades of experience, I bring a wealth of knowledge to the table. My specialization includes seamless integration with ERP/HCM systems and providing comprehensive global coverage. These attributes have been pivotal in establishing ADP as the preferred partner for major global companies, where we turn the vision of one global payroll system for the world into a reality.
A native of the vibrant New Orleans area, I earned my General Business Bachelor's Degree from LSU. In the past 30 years, I have been a key player in providing global payroll and HCM solutions at major industry players, including ADP, Workday, and UKG, with an impressive 25-year tenure at ADP.
Throughout my career, I have cultivated direct user and customer experience with leading systems such as SAP, PeopleSoft, Oracle, Workday, Kronos, Ultimate Software, and Concur. My expertise lies in navigating the intricacies of these platforms to deliver tailored solutions that meet the diverse needs of clients.
On a personal note, family is at the heart of my life. Married with three sons – one in college, another in high school, and the youngest in grammar school – I find immense joy in spending time with them.”
Meet our FEM Houston Chapter Lead: Rui Diemart, Managing Director - Tax, KPMG
Registration: Given the special nature of this meeting (1st meeting of the new series with our amazing new Lead), the event is open for everyone: Corporates and Service Providers (both Members and Non-Members).
All future meetings will require a SP membership.
REGISTER FOR THE MEETING HERE: https://cm.evessiocloud.com/femhoustonchapter150224/en/page/home