Let’s Make Work Happen: How Mobility Moves to Fight Hunger 06.13.2023 | Ruhi Van Andel

Introducing EPISODE 4 of our smash hit video web series: “Let’s Make Work Happen”!

In this episode of our interview series, Jennifer Connell of our Advisory Services team sits down with Tanya Mariottini, Global Mobility Leader at Twilio and passionate advocate for food insecurity. Tanya shares how she first became involved with non-profit organization, Move For Hunger, and how they’ve leveraged strong partnerships with companies in the moving and relocation space to make a big impact in the lives of vulnerable and hungry families across North America.

Tanya also shares her excitement over Move For Hunger’s biggest annual fundraising blitz, The Move 2 Fight Hunger Challenge, running this month with Weichert Workforce Mobility as the lead sponsor. With 34 million people in the US and roughly 30% of the world’s population struggling against food insecurity, this global crisis demands collaborative action; learn how you can join the challenge and make a difference with every activity you log over the month of June!

As more companies make a concerted effort to be better corporate citizens and give back to their communities, Tanya and Jen deliver eye-opening insight worth plugging into:

Stay tuned for more conversations about how mobility industry players are Making Work Happen!

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Written by Ruhi Van Andel

Ruhi is the Digital Content Specialist on Weichert’s Marketing team. Leveraging a decade of experience in writing and marketing, she develops buzz-worthy content for the company’s website, social media channels, and client & colleague communications. Ruhi is a cat person, in case you were wondering.

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