Since MSI’s inception in 1981, CEO and founder Timm Runnion has set the company’s strategic vision and direction, forging an organization with a laser-like focus on providing extraordinary value to clients.
As an internationally recognized thought leader in the relocation sector, Timm has propelled MSI to a distinctive position in the industry: an independent, non-asset-based company operating in over 190 countries and territories. In addition to MSI, Timm has founded successful companies in the mortgage, duty reclamation, logistics, manufacturing, and marketing services sectors. He has also authored numerous articles on U.S. and global mobility. A Certified Relocation Professional® (CRP), he received the 2007 Meritorious Service Award from the Worldwide Employee Relocation Council® (ERC). He also served as a member of the ERC’s U.S. Advisory Committee.
Timm holds memberships in numerous industry organizations and was a participant in Inc. magazine’s prestigious Birthing of Giants program for young entrepreneurs, founders, and owners of growing companies. He serves on the board of directors at Easter Seals of New Hampshire, and the Farnum Center, a drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility also located in New Hampshire.
Eric Egnet is a seasoned executive and senior technologist with 25 years in executive management, technology and business leadership roles. Throughout his career, he has successfully led companies in many business sectors. In addition to global talent mobility, these sectors include healthcare IT consulting services, nurse and physician staffing, pharmacy automation delivery, and health care media and advertising.
He has served as an executive and officer for several successful companies, where he was instrumental in leading, transforming, and scaling these businesses, both organically and through acquisitions. Of these companies, three experienced significant growth and were successfully acquired and one went public then grew to become the largest company in its industry.
Eric develops and executes innovative business and technology strategies that create new offerings, capabilities, differentiation, and true competitive advantages in the marketplace. He is a creative and strategic “outside the box” thinker with the vision, commitment, desire and passion to successfully drive and accomplish business plans and objectives.
As chief financial officer since 2002, Liz Schulze brings more than 20 years of financial management experience and expertise to MSI, with over 15 years spent in the workforce mobility industry. In this role, Liz directs all financial aspects of the business, including accounting practices, budgeting, financial planning, interface with the financial community, financial analysis, and joint venture planning and agreements. She also monitors and reports on the financial performance of the company.
Liz has developed the accounting, finance, billing, and expense management functions of MSI to accommodate a full service portfolio of relocation products both in the United States and in the 190-plus countries and territories that MSI operates in.
Prior to joining MSI, Liz held senior financial management positions with American Express and with Brigham & Women’s Faulkner Hospital in Boston.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Boston College and a master’s degree in finance from Bentley College.
As president, compensation & tax administration, Nellie directs the global operational activities in the area of global compensation and domestic relocation tax compliance services. Nellie’s goal is to ensure our clients remain in compliance with local reporting requirements as well as delivery of timely and accurate reporting to our clients. Nellie serves as MSI’s in-house subject matter expert for both US individual income tax and reporting requirements and global compensation tax issues.
Nellie brings 15 years of experience to this role. Prior to joining MSI, she was employed in the international expatriate tax departments of both PricewaterhouseCoopers and more recently was a Senior Manager at Deloitte. Nellie’s role included day to day oversight of client engagements as well policy development and benchmarking projects.
Nellie is a graduate of the University of Phoenix, where she earned a masters degree in Accounting and an MBA in International Human Resource & Global Development. She also holds a bachelors degree in Economics from Montclair State University. She is currently certified with the Global Professional in Human Resources (GPHR) certification from the Society of Human Resources. Nellie is also an Enrolled Agent (admitted to practice before the IRS). Nellie is a member of the National Society of Tax Professionals.
As vice president of Governance and Quality Assurance, Barbara Casiere manages MSI’s governance based quality initiatives and drives quality improvements across the organization. She ensures that MSI is delivering the highest quality of service to our clients.
Prior to her current role, Barbara was vice president, U.S. Operations, where she planned and directed the company’s U.S. strategic and operational activities to maximize client satisfaction and MSI’s growth and profitability. She also headed MSI’s U.S. operations management team and Client Services teams.
Barbara has more than 17 years of relocation and real estate experience. Before joining MSI, Barbara held management positions, supervising teams of relocation counselors, monitoring caseloads, conducting training, and managing team operations and service quality. She has many years of corporate management experience, as well as expertise in developing relocation policy and processes.
Barbara is an honors graduate of Katharine Gibbs with a degree in business. She is a member of the Worldwide Employee Relocation Council® (ERC), from which she has received her Certified Relocation Professional® (CRP) designation as well as her Global Mobility Specialist™ (GMS) designation. Barbara also holds a New Jersey real estate license.
As the vice president of Strategic Business Process Management, Linda Girard is responsible for overseeing business process design, improvements, mapping and application testing, across all MSI service lines. In her senior leadership role, Linda has additional responsibility for the management oversight of MSI’s global mobility expense management division.
Linda has more than two decades of business experience, with 15 years of relocation industry expertise. Prior to joining MSI, she served as a business analyst where her projects included creating system mappings and reconciliation reports for data migration, designing process maps for key services, and assisting in the system configuration for customers. Linda has held several other key roles for the company, including treasury manager, finance project manager, and director of Relocation Finance.
Linda holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Emmanuel College and an associates’ degree in accounting from Northeastern University. She also earned the Certified Relocation Professional® (CRP) designation from Worldwide Employee Relocation Council® (ERC).
As MSI’s Senior Vice President, Global Mobility, Gail Rabasca is responsible for the strategic direction and management of MSI’s global mobility programs, worldwide service delivery teams and business partnerships and MSI’s strategic sourcing. She is a proven and innovative global leader with extensive cross-cultural experience and expertise in global mobility and international assignment management. Gail has traveled to more than 60 countries throughout Asia Pacific, EMEA, and The Americas and has lived in Hong Kong and London on short term assignments.
Gail has been in the global mobility industry for 20 years, with 8 years at MSI. She previously held leadership positions at two global mobility companies, building supply chains, spearheading the opening of regional operating centers and leading post-M&A integration teams.
The author of numerous articles on global relocation, Gail has been a member of the Worldwide Employee Relocation Council® Global Workforce Symposium Planning Committee and Global Advisory Council. In 2004, she received ERC’s Meritorious Service Award.
Gail holds a Bachelor’s degree from the State University of New York and is a graduate of Thunderbird University, The Garvin School of International Management’s Executive Program in Global Leadership, Management, and Strategic Implementation.
Kim Raymond provides strategic direction for the design, development, and implementation of programs that help organizations acquire, develop, and mobilize their critical talent worldwide.
Before joining MSI he served as vice president of Sales and Consulting/Assignment Management and Tax Compensation at Weichert Workforce Mobility; manager, Deloitte, Global Employer Services (GES); executive director, Global Sales, Ernst & Young LLP; vice president, Sales and Outsourcing, Cartus/Cendant, and vice president of Sales at Prudential Relocation.
As president, Global Immigration, Carolina Rojas serves as the leader of and primary client point of contact in the delivery of global immigration services.
Before joining MSI, Carolina served at the highest level of management for HRS Relocation International. Her responsibilities included formulating policies and business strategies while providing overall direction of the Company. She was responsible for global accounts (global vendors and international clients in North America and Europe). She maintained contact with the IAM of the global clients to ensure the compliance of policy.
Carolina also worked for SRS Immigration in multiple roles with increasing responsibility. She has extensive experience with expatriate policy counseling, destination services, international transportation, property management, tenancy management, intercultural services, visa/immigration services, ongoing assignment support, repatriation and compensation, and benefits counseling.
Carolina is a graduate of Instituto Universitario Antonio Jose de Sucre. She is fluent in Spanish, English and Portuguese languages.
As vice president, Human Resources, Sue Rose manages MSI’s human resources function and organizational dynamics within a global environment. She provides extensive guidance and support to meet corporate goals and maintain a competitive position within the marketplace. She also actively participates on the senior leadership team.
Sue has more than 25 years of progressive experience in the human resources field. Prior to joining MSI, she served as vice president of Human Resources for Relocation Resources International, Inc. (RRI) for over a dozen years. In this role, she was a key architect of their global HR policy and programs and key strategic advisor to all executive and management colleagues. Before RRI, Sue was vice president of Human Resources for Rockland Federal Credit Union, a community based lender, where she oversaw and managed the HR function.
Sue’s area of expertise include global recruitment strategy, competitive compensation and benefit models, employee relations initiatives, professional development and leadership fundamentals, and employee recognition.
Sue holds a bachelor’s degree from Stonehill College and is an active member of several national, regional, and local HR associations, including the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM), the New England Human Resources Association (NEHRA), and other professional business organizations throughout New England.
As vice president of Marketing and Communications, Nick Royle manages and directs all global operational activities related to the delivery of marketing, communications, and PR for MSI.
Prior to joining MSI, he held senior marketing and management positions for companies in the United States, Canada, and Europe. These included Hammer and Co., where he served as the head of marketing and communications and was a 2011 MITX finalist, having transformed Hammer’s teaching methodology through the innovative use of iPads and real-time integrated mobile apps.
Nick has also served in senior marketing and management positions at Captains of Industry, Zipcar in Washington DC, and with AIG.
He attended the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, in the UK and served as a commissioned officer in the British Army.