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June 2016

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20 Mobility | June 2016 AROUND THE WORLDWIDE ERC ® GLOBAL ADJUSTMENTS APPOINTS MANIAN VP Global Adjustments Services, Pvt. Ltd., has appointed Rohini Manian as vice president. Manian joined the company in 2015 and has been tasked with spearheading new initiatives, espe- cially in the destination services business. Manian graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in leadership from Northeastern University in Boston. Her work experience includes time with Daimler Commercial Vehicles in Chennai, India, and with ISL Consulting web design in San Francisco, as well as her role as marketing manager with Radiance Realty in Chennai. Anita Krishnaswamy, president of Global Adjustments, says, "The changing global relocation scene is leaning towards millennial moves. With her experience of living, studying, and working in different countries, as well as her disciplined and focused approach to work, Rohini brings to the table a valuable set of skills and experience. She has already formed a good rapport with her colleagues across divi- sions and leverages technology and heart to care for our customers. I see her as a beckoning millennial leader." Manian is involved in the annual Citizens Run Trust fundraiser in Chennai and teaches English and computer skills at a school for underprivi- leged children, both in Chennai. She is fl uent in English, Tamil, and Hindi. WILLIAM TAYLOR JOINS MEYER LAW GROUP William Taylor has joined Meyer Law Group as senior attorney. As a leader in the industry, Taylor brings more than 15 years of experience in U.S. and global immigration, relocation, and expatriate management. Most recently he served as the head of global mobility at Adobe Systems Incorporated, where he was responsible for leading a team of global mobility specialists on global immigration, relocation, and international assignment management. Taylor was recently appointed president of the board of directors at Bay Area Mobility Management (BAMM). At Meyer Law Group, Taylor will advise cli- ents on employment-based immigration matters, manage and organize a team of talented immi- gration paralegals and associates, and provide specialized support and guidance on U.S. and global immigration matters. "We could not be more excited to have William join the MLG team," says Brandon Meyer, CEO. "William understands the expectations of corpo- rate global mobility professionals and the clients we serve better than anyone in our industry. His thought leadership and expertise in U.S. and global immigration ensures MLG and, more importantly, our clients, are set up for continued growth and success." SMITH, STANCHERIS TAPPED FOR BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AT CARTUS Cartus Corporation has named Jana Smith, a relocation industry executive with more than 20 years of experience, director of business develop- ment for the Southeast region. Smith will focus on both U.S. domestic and international busi- ness development in North and South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and Florida. "Jana's work at Cartus during the past decade positions her very strongly for her new role, allowing her to hit the ground running in the Southeast region," says Kathi Feczko, GMS, Cartus senior vice president, global business development. A Cartus employee for 11 years, Smith was previously director of client services, responsible for domestic U.S. and international account man- agement, managing the delivery of all of Cartus services as well as implementing and maintain- ing tri-regional accounts with a focus on process improvement. Her relocation industry experience includes roles in business development, client services, and real estate services. Executive Spotlight Jana Smith Rohini Manian William Taylor 20 Mobility | June 2016

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