Join some of the BIGGEST names in mobility for LIVE webinars from the UTD Global Mobility Club & FEM!

Register for LIVE webinars taking place December 5th, 6th & 7th
Join some of the BIGGEST names in mobility for LIVE webinars from the UTD Global Mobility Club & FEM!
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Following on from our Americas Summit & EMMAs which we held at The University of Texas at Dallas this May, The Forum for Expatriate Management, is proud to be supporting the students at The University of Texas at DallasUTD Global Mobility Club with their LIVE webinars on December 5th, 6th & 7th.

We have a brilliant line-up of speakers and we hope that you will support this important initiative by joining the webinars and contributing your thoughts and questions. 

REGISTER here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeJCi0b12lscBOk2JI85pxrIoKs_xE-lU2QtigXlqlR1udFtA/viewform?usp=sf_link

Join us for the LIVE sessions to hear: 

DAY 1:

A Day in the Life of an In-house Corporate Global Mobility Professional and a Global Mobility Service Provider

with:

Mauricio Chavez of BD  & Derek Michael Quashie of Vialto Partners

DAY 2:

The Future of Technology in Global Mobility

with:

Cathy Koslowski of Workia & William Taylor of Relocity

A Virtuous Circle of Disciplines – How Does Global Mobility Fit with HR, Technology, and Government and Law?

with:

Ian Robinson of Vialto Partners 

DAY 3:

Career Stories & The Future of Global Mobility

with:

Krista Caldwell, PHR, GMS-T of Pager DutyJennifer Connell of Weichert Workforce Mobility and Becky Woods, SHRM-SCP,GPHR of ADP 

How to Acquire the Global Mobility Skills or Qualifications that Corporations Want

with:

Brian Madine of McDonalds and Vini Valverde of UPS 

FEM's Global Director, Claire Tennant-Scull will moderate, with questions from the GMC Officers Nafisa Tabassum and Hershey Gudladona, the UTD students and industry audience - so don't miss out!

Join us to support the Talent of Tomorrrow. These are the Global Mobility professionals and assignees of the future - so please help them along their journey. 

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