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Kathleen Kelley-Dilts Elected Chair of the Canadian Employee Relocation Council's Board of Directors

Thursday, January 26, 2012

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OMAHA, Neb. -- Kathleen Kelley-Dilts, NEI Global Relocation Vice President of Client Development -- Western Region, has been elected Chair of the Canadian Employee Relocation Council (CERC) Board of Directors for the coming fiscal year. Kathleen is the daughter of Charlton and Delores Wheeler of Cherokee, and a 1971 graduate of Cherokee Washington High School.

Kathleen has served the CERC in various capacities including a member of the CERC Board of Directors, the Conference Planning Committee and Conference presenter, Audit Committee, and as a Board liaison with the Canadian Regional Committees. Throughout her last seven years of CERC involvement, Kathleen has been involved in several strategic planning exercises. "To participate, and contribute, to an organization like CERC has been a valuable experience," Kathleen says. "It is rewarding to collaborate in Canadian and cross border relocation as well as global alliances focused on talent mobility. The result is increased knowledge and awareness, which supports our corporations, their employees, and CERC members, with a better understanding of the challenges and solutions for domestic and global relocation."

Since 1985, NEI Global Relocation, based in Omaha, Neb., has been managing relocation and assignment management services for its clients worldwide. Today, more than 150 companies turn to NEI to forecast relocation and assignment costs, provide cost-containing solutions for global mobility programs, and manage policies through personalized service and innovative technology solutions.

Founded in 1982, the Canadian Employee Relocation Council provides extensive research and professional education to the relocation industry. The CERC mission is "To be the center of excellence for education, research and knowledge transfer and to provide a voice that advances and supports the interests of our members for workforce mobility." For more information, visit www.cerc.ca



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