SAN DIEGO, JUNE 20 – 11:30am

UTC mall; 4505 La Jolla Village Drive (near I-805) San Diego 92122

LUNCH ROUNDTABLE on MOBILE TALENT Communicating with multi-gen multi-cultures Peak Season review; learn anything new? accelerate new gen development data / analytics impact HR / assignments Talent Branding Communications Future; metrics, merge/aquire, tech, virtual compliance magnified? 24/7 assignee coach via self-learn-guide Why do you do what you do? Identify your purpose; tell us your story Company ‘culture’ and the brand Marketing and HR coming together? RISKS of talent/family on assignment? Ready? YOU ARE INVITED. We request the honour of your company and your participation. A highly-interactive conversation on timely topics of interest to executives and senior leadership involved with talent pipeline, global workforce strategy and tactics including acquision, learning, rewards, development assignments across the US and global, applying new skillsets, retention, and achieving measurable ROI for the business. FORMAT: Topical leaders + conversations; No name tags; No power points... so sharpen your conversation skills and contribute to the conversations. At GLOBALHRNEWS programs everyone is invited to speak. ADVANCE RESERVATIONS required; Fee $123 but $99/seat if 2+. Text/Talk with Ed 619.787.3100. Invoice sent for card payment; receipt immediate.

Producer & Moderator:

Ed Cohen, Global Business Editor – GLOBAL  HR NEWS; Broadcast Host GLOBAL RADIO TALKSHOW

Participating …

Lisa Carp, Vice-President Human Resources

Lisa Carp serves as Vice President, Human Resources and has overall responsibility for employment practices, employee benefits and compensation, learning & development, employee engagement, and policies and procedures.

Connie Wedel, SPHR, GPHR, SHRM-SCP

  • Faculty, UCSD – Organizational Behavior;  Founder & CEO

At HR Without Borders, we help employees, management, leadership, and organizations recognize and move forward on their opportunities and overcome challenges through a collaborative and common sense approach. My passion has always been to build people and organizations. Whether it’s working with university students, employees, managers, or senior leadership teams, it’s who I am. Rising to the top levels in human resources, I was fortunate to work with business, leaders, and employees across six continents. Working in HR across the globe gives priceless knowledge, perspectives, and insights on what really works for people and workplaces. I want to personally make a difference on a wider scale. Through my professional work, my desire is to show people, leaders, and organizations how to see and unlock their potential to achieve limitless possibility.

Brandon Meyer, Attorney; Partner

Brandon Meyer has authored numerous articles on the intersection of economics and politics with immigration law and policy.  He is highly experienced in all business immigration practice areas (both immigrant and nonimmigrant) including immigrant investor matters (E-1, E-2, L-1, EB-5 and Regional Center representation), H-1B, L-1, O-1, outstanding researcher, extraordinary ability, multinational manager, exceptional ability, national interest waivers, TN, and immigration compliance for start-ups and multinational corporations.  He is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), Academy of Political Science, British American Business Council (BABC), Bay Area Mobility Managers (BAMM), and Invest in the USA (IIUSA) among other professional organizations. Brandon Meyer received his Juris Doctorate degree from University of San Diego School of Law, his Masters of Arts in East Asian studies from George Washington University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from American University.

Carol Joy, SCRP, SGMS; Global Immigration & Relocation Manager

I help senior management navigate the value of survey data customized to meet the Company’s goals of cost containment and global talent deployment. I enjoy guiding managers and internal partners through the maze of evolving relocation options and best practices.  18 years of progressive experience in International and Domestic relocation management, I remain passionate about Mobility; happy to share knowledge and help with surveys.

Natacha Sittner,  Talent Mobility and People Operations

I’m talent mobility leader with a deep background of 10+ years’ experience encompassing a cross section of organizations from regulated to fast-moving tech corporate philosophies and cultures.  Accomplished in developing mobility programs and policies, creating mobility functions and teams, and implementing robust centralized and regional 3rd party relocation support and services. 

Yen Le Bavis, GMS-T; Global Mobility, Immigration Specialist

Yen is an Australian and U.S. Citizen with experience in ‘global business context’ combining to create a comprehensive skillset complementing knowledge and expertise in the human resources function.   Yen helps translate company business goals to reality. She is an experienced professional with solid expertise in global mobility talent management, employment-based immigration and international human resources, with a focus on all aspects of U.S. inbound and outbound international assignment management including policy development, immigration, compensation, tax implications vs. solutions, managing frequent business travelers, and relocation.

Ciela Lewis, Odyssey Relocation Management

SERVICE!  Our Consultants offer a relocation process that’s driven by industry expertise and years of experience. Guidance and insight coupled with accountability and empowerment – all with one single point of accountability. Clients experience customized and flexible program fulfillment to meet the needs of their organization.  As Vice President, Business Development, I work with global mobility program leaders to design customized relocation solutions to deliver a superior customer experience for their employees.