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AROUND THE WORLDWIDE ERC ®

Executive Spotlight
LISA BERANICH JOINS JOHNSON
INTERNATIONAL

Lisa Beranich

Barry Schellenberg

Jeff Hawk

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Lisa Beranich, CRP, GMS-T, has been appointed
senior vice president for Johnson International,
where she will be responsible for the company's
international division, including household
goods, commercial, and military moves. 
Previously, she was managing director of
Stevens International, where she was responsible
for setting business growth strategies and implementing programs to enhance sales on corporate,
government agency, and RMC accounts. She also
was vice president of government services with
Washington, D.C.-based Secor Group, managing sales and operations teams for domestic
and international GSA government moves and
U.S. military moves, and director of business
development for Graebel Companies, where she
worked with executives in both government and
corporate sectors to create brand awareness and
increase business for the company.

BARRY SCHELLENBERG IS PRESIDENT AND
COO OF ATLAS VAN LINES

Atlas World Group Inc., parent company of
Atlas Van Lines, has announced that Barry
Schellenberg has been named president and chief
operating officer of Atlas Van Lines. Schellenberg
most recently served as president of Oakville,
Ontario-based Atlas Van Lines (Canada) Ltd.,
another subsidiary of Atlas World Group. 
In his new role, Schellenberg will lead the Atlas
Van Lines household goods division in the U.S.,
which includes transportation services, corporate
marketing, revenue distribution, customer service,
agency development, information technology, and
the Avail Move Management subsidiary.
"Schellenberg is a proven leader in operational improvement and growth techniques,"
says Jack Griffin, chairman and CEO of Atlas
World Group. "Having achieved meaningful and
lasting impact in diversifying and growing our
footprint in Canada, we are eager to have him at
the helm of our largest subsidiary."
Schellenberg has more than 30 years of
experience in operations, supply chain, strategic

execution, and logistics. He previously held
leadership positions with Sameday Worldwide,
CE Franklin, DHL, and UPS.
"I'm extremely thankful for the last five years
with Atlas Canada and the opportunity to lead
its team and chart a path for meaningful growth
in the region and industry," says Schellenberg. "I
look forward to continuing that momentum with
Atlas Van Lines and helping to create a sustainable future for the van line."

JEFF HAWK APPOINTED AT AIRINC

Jeff Hawk has been named the new Americas region
leader at AIRINC. He moves into the role vacated
by Morgan Crosby, who was recently named to the
newly created role of global growth leader.
With 27 years of mobility experience, Hawk has
led the company's data operations group, served as
a senior client engagement director, and managed
the EMEA region as an expatriate himself.
"Jeff has been anxious to get back on the front
line with clients," says Steve Brink, AIRINC's
CEO. "We asked him to step in to run our data
operations a few years ago. In that role, Jeff
made a significant difference as he brought more
client-focused solutions to our entire operation.
In regularly talking to our clients, they communicate how easy our data is to understand,
while also providing the necessary details behind
the data. Jeff has been instrumental in helping
AIRINC streamline data analysis, support, and
delivery. He is now ready to pivot this expertise
and previous experience of running the EMEA
region to the Americas."
In his new role, Hawk will continue to serve
as an integral member of AIRINC's Executive
Leadership Committee.
"AIRINC has a strong legacy of partnering
with our clients to meet the ever-changing
demands of mobility," says Hawk. "Our client
engagement team is always ready to assist
with the creation of new policies, global workforce compensation, and improvements to the
overall employee experience. I very much look
forward to this continuing journey with our
clients in the Americas." M



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