Everyone talks about culture but few companies can articulate it from every level within their organization.
Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) August 23, 2013
AIReS welcomes Pamela Dunleavy, SCRP, GMS, an industry-leader in business development, as the new Vice President of Sales at AIReS. In her new position, Ms. Dunleavy will lead the sales and marketing teams in demonstrating the value of exceptional service delivery and its impact on costs while strategically developing new business opportunities.
Ms. Dunleavy has worked in a number of positions in the relocation industry, from consultant to client services, all leading her to the sales function. “My experience has afforded me the opportunity to view relocation from nearly every aspect of the process,” she said.
She notes that had always viewed AIReS as a well-respected competitor. Eventually, she found herself genuinely interested in understanding the impact AIReS has been making in the marketplace.
“I am most excited to be the part of an organization that knows who they are and has the vision to achieve the kind of results that our market demands,” Ms. Dunleavy said on accepting her new position.
“Everyone talks about culture but few companies can articulate it from every level within their organization. From the second I walked in the front door, I found a group of people who truly care about what they do and understand that they make a difference in the quality of someone’s life. Every person is working for the client/customer – that is the top priority at AIReS. For all its simplicity the thing that sets AIReS apart is its willingness to do whatever it takes to ensure client satisfaction.”
“We are truly excited to have this industry veteran join our team. Her experience and success speak for themselves,” said AIReS President Jeff Wangler on Ms. Dunleavy’s appointment. “She shares our guiding principles and will help AIReS reach the next level.”
Ms. Dunleavy has achieved her Senior Certified Relocation Professional (SCRP®) and Global Mobility Specialist (GMS®) designations through the Worldwide Employee Relocation Council®.
She is also the 2009 recipient of the Worldwide ERC® Editorial Achievement Award, and previously served on the editorial advisory committee.