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Weichert Workforce Mobility Announces Ann Stafford Named as Chair of Canadian Employee Relocation Council 09.25.2019

TORONTO, ON, – September 25, 2019 – Weichert Workforce Mobility one of the world’s leading providers of talent mobility solutions, announced that Ann Stafford, Regional Vice President, Canadian Operations, was named Chair of the Canadian Employee Relocation Council (CERC) Board of Directors for the 2019-2020 term.

The announcement was made September 17th in Niagara Falls, ON during CERC’s annual conference on Future-Proofing Mobility.

A veteran of Canadian workforce mobility, Ann is an accomplished leader with over 25 years of experience in senior mobility roles. She is well-attuned to the unique mobility and talent management needs of Canadian companies. Ann has previously served as the Vice-Chair of the Board.

“There is nobody better suited to continue to propel mobility in Canada,” says Dave Bencivengo, President Corporate & Government Segments, Weichert Workforce Mobility. “Ann’s passion, experience, and fresh perspective will be a great addition to the existing strong CERC culture. I look forward to seeing the advancements Ann brings to CERC through her professional expertise.”

“We are excited to have Ann as chair of the CERC board of directors. Ann has been a valued member of the board since 2014 and during her tenure she has demonstrated strong leadership qualities and helped shape CERC’s strategic direction.  I am personally looking forward to working with Ann in the coming year as we chart the next chapter for CERC,” said Stephen Cryne, CERC President & CEO.

Ann also earned the Leader Award during CERC’s Future-Proofing Mobility conference, recognizing her willingness to share her expertise and strengthen mobility within Canada.

“I was in the mobility industry for 15 years before I became a CERC member in 2007.  Since joining CERC, my “job” has become a “career”, and my passion for this industry has grown significantly.  From advocacy work, to knowledge sharing, to research, CERC remains at the forefront of topics that matter to mobility professionals in Canada,” said Stafford.  “As Chair of the Board, I’m honored and excited to build on the momentum created by past Chairs, and work alongside the energetic and wonderful people who make up CERC membership and committees, to address issues that impact workforce mobility.

 

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