Basking Ridge, NJ (PRWEB) August 05, 2014
Cornerstone Relocation Group, a full service global mobility company, is pleased to announce that Mark Rabe,CRP, SGMS, has joined the company in the role of vice president, global operations.
Mark brings nearly 30 years of U.S. domestic and global relocation experience to Cornerstone including global operations management, sales and business development, client relationship management, policy development and mobility technology expertise. In addition to leading the company's global strategic initiatives, Mark will establish a regional service center in Dallas.
Mark's dynamic career began in real estate-related relocation positions as an appraiser and realtor. He transitioned to the service delivery sector, where he held positions as a relocation consultant, regional sales manager, global operations leader, and vice president of business development for a mobility software company.
"We are delighted to welcome Mark as we continue to expand our innovative global solutions," said Janelle Piatkowski, Cornerstone president and CEO. "Mark's deep industry experience, his technological expertise, his ability to connect professionals and organizations and his keen insight are a valuable addition to our team. We know that his proven leadership, vision and collaborative approach are a perfect match for this transformative time in our company's expansion."
Mark is a graduate of Texas State University with a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree in business management. He is a Certified Relocation Professional (CRP®), Senior Global Mobility Specialist (SGMS®), and a Worldwide ERC Meritorious Service Award recipient.
Cornerstone Relocation Group is a full service global mobility company offering comprehensive services to address the workforce mobility needs of corporations worldwide. Since 1990, Cornerstone has analyzed the complexities and nuances of thousands of domestic and international relocation programs, tailoring them to meet client needs and always striving to make the seemingly impossible—possible. Visit http://www.crgglobal.com for more information.