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OUR JUDGES contributing their time and expertise to making the awards such a success. E SIOBHAN CUMMINS


Siobhan is a seasoned global mobility professional with 30 years’ experience as a consultant and in-house practitioner with specialist expertise in global mobility programme transformation and optimisation, talent mobility, policy design and development, international payroll and global benefit plans. She was Head of Global Mobility at Naspers and Executive Director, Mobility Performance Improvement at EY.


MARK ETHELSTON


Mark has over 26 years’ experience in International Assignments and Global Mobility mainly in the financial services industry and companies with project-based assignment requirements. Having worked in both client facing managed services, advisory and in-house capacities he understands client’s challenges and needs from the inside. He also benefits from him being on assignment to the United States and working as a local hire in Hong Kong.


ANDREW GRANT


Andrew has worked in the property and corporate relocation industry for more than 30 years. He spent five years as a relocation specialist for Unilever. Before establishing Pro Tenant Limited (a corporate-led relocation and graduate support services company), Andrew worked as operational director for Brookfield Global Relocation Services, responsible for all aspects of home-finding and tenancy management support in the UK.


RICHARD KELLY


Richard works in Global Mobility Programs and Analytics at UBS, dealing principally with analytics and reporting on cost and headcount, whilst managing the assignment lifecycle application.


During his 10+ years in the relocation sector, he has worked on several transformation projects, policy reviews, and technological enhancements and provided insights on attrition, performance and promotion leveraging data analytics.


GINA LODGE Gina has over 20 years’ experience in Leadership and Management and IT while employed by Shell and subsequently in IT and Education. At Shell Chemicals International she gained a detailed knowledge of international import and export procedures. The role included liaison and troubleshooting with global service companies. Gina joined the AoEC in 2008 and in 2015 was appointed CEO. She is an AoEC accredited Executive and Team Coach.


DR SUE SHORTLAND


Sue is a Senior Lecturer in HRM at the University of Westminster and also holds the honorary title of Professor Emerita at London Metropolitan University. She is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development and a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Sue worked in a managerial consultancy role in international HRM at KPMG, and managed The CBI Employee Relocation Council.


PAUL WILLIAMSON


Paul heads up learning and development at The Ambassadors Theatre Group (ATG), a global live entertainment business. ATG owns and operates close to 50 venues worldwide, is an internationally recognised and award-winning producer. He has worked in the theatre industry for over 20 years, enjoying leadership roles in sales and ticketing prior to moving into Human Resources. He is a chartered member of the CIPD and an AoEC qualified executive coach.


2020 THINK


ach year, our Relocate Awards judging panel, made up of independent experts, reflects the diversity of those working in the world of relocation and international assignments and the wide range of suppliers and professionals engaged in supporting relocation and mobility. This year’s talented team of judges is no exception. All are distinguished figures in their fields. We are grateful to them for


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