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Wisconsin Relocation Council February Meeting 2020

  • 12 Feb 2020
  • 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
  • Harley-Davidson Auditorium


  • Company recognition during the meeting and logo on the website.

Wisconsin Employee Relocation Council – February Meeting

Wednesday, February 12th, 2020

Join us for lunch and two industry sessions

as we move into a changing and exciting year ahead.


Harley Davidson Auditorium 
3800 West Juneau Avenue

Milwaukee, WI 53208

See Map for parking and location.

11:00am- Registration opens

11:15am- Lunch served

12:00pm- WiERC Updates and Notifications

12:10pm - Session One - International Round Robin

Four tables with international topics, with a designated moderator at each table to lead discussion, ask prompting questions, and serve as the table’s subject matter expert! Everyone will rotate through the tables, spending 15 minutes on each topic. Once all four sessions are completed, we will have each moderator touch on the big topics and questions they saw come up throughout all sessions!

Global Tax

Discussion led by Beth Penfold from KPMG


Discussion led by Gabriele Bachhuber from Rockwell Automation

Destination Services (Cultural and Language Training)

Discussion led by Cheryl Hart from IOR Global Services

Duty of Care/Security

Discussion led by T.C. Williams from United Healthcare Global

1:25-1:45 Break

1:45pm - Session Two - A Tale of Two Relo-Roles

Service Provider Turned Corporate: the similarities, differences, and how we can all benefit by seeing things from the other perspective. A discussion among panelists on their relocation journey from the service provider side to now the corporate side.

Stephanie Ortiz-Minami

Johnson Controls

Cheresa Stoll

Kohler Co.

Aileen Donnelly

McDonalds Corporation

Meeting adjourned by 3:00

    Meeting Sponsorship

    Thank you to 

    For your continued support & generosity! 



    Please consider bringing a donation for College Possible, WiERC's 2020 charity. We will be collecting Number 2 pencils and individually wrapped snacks (ie. pretzels, granola bars, fruit snacks, raisins, nuts, etc.) for standardized testing kits moving into the year. 

    About the Charity: 

    College Possible is proud to work with more than 800 students in Milwaukee at 14 partner high schools. Our students have an average GPA of 2.8, and more than 90 percent are students of color. Our students report an average annual family income of less than $25,000. College Possible expanded to Milwaukee in 2008. In its first year, College Possible Milwaukee served 53 juniors at three partner high schools. In the 2018-19 program year, College Possible Milwaukee will serve more than 800 high school juniors and seniors, 1,300 college students and over 2,100 9th and 10th graders through College Prep Talks. Through the generous support of local organizations, foundations and individuals, the program continues to grow and expand in Milwaukee area schools.

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