I had the pleasure of meeting Meredith at the CapRelo exhibition booth during the Workforce Next Energy Summit, held in Houston, during April 2019. CapRelo specializes in relocating employees globally, streamlining the process, and tracking expenses. Please read their press release:
We are pleased to welcome Meredith Morris, CRP-GMS, as the new Vice President of Business Development. In her new role, Meredith will be responsible for working with organizations as a strategic partner to develop and design innovative mobility solutions for their employees and talent globally and domestically. She is based in Houston, Texas and will cover the Southeast United States.
Meredith has an extensive mobility network and knowledge base. She joins CapRelo from a major global workforce solutions company where she held the role of business development manager to provide global mobility services to the Oil & Gas, Energy and Infrastructure markets. Meredith previously represented a large global relocation management company, developing and supporting corporations with the strategic design of their employee mobility programs. She is a graduate of the University of Houston, holds her Texas Real Estate License, is a Certified Relocation Specialist and Global Mobility Specialist with the Worldwide ERC® and serves on the Board of Directors for Houston Relocation Professionals, as well as multiple advisory committees.
With this announcement, CapRelo Senior Vice President of Business Development Scott Esser commented, “We are thrilled to have someone with Meredith’s experience and drive for success join the CapRelo team. She brings an acute understanding of our partners’ needs in global mobility.”
Meredith said, “What attracted me to CapRelo is their first-class and comprehensive mobility knowledge with a globally established organization that is recognized as a top service provider awarded company. I am thrilled to represent an organization that is flexible, can move quickly and is innovative; one that works side by side with our clients to develop forward-looking and unconventional approaches to mobility that are focused on a holistic approach to an organization’s overall goals, strategies, client and employee experience.”