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  • 17 Dec 2018 9:57 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    As 2018 comes to close, so does my term as the SCRC President.


    It’s a bittersweet time for me. While I will have more time to dedicate to my day job, I will miss leading this organization and working with the great board of directors we assembled. This board has done great things, we raised and donated in excess of $10,000 dollars to our charities including Working Wardrobes, Max Love, The California Fire Foundation’s S.A.V.E. program and Find Cures. We also increased our corporate engagement through attendance in our meetings and participation in our round table discussions and our average meeting attendance increased slightly from 99 in 2016 to 108 in 2018 - but average corporate attendance went from 13.5 in 2016 to 20.25 in 2018.  We also tackled some timely educational topics including tax reform, immigration, program transformation, diversity and trans-gender challenges among other hot topics.


    Most of all I want to thank our members who continue to support our organization through their gifts of time, talent and treasure and we hope to see you become more engaged in the work of SCRC in the next year.


    Speaking of 2019, I’d like to now make a few announcements that impact our organization and set the stage to continue to increase the value SCRC for our membership and our communities:


    1.      New Board.

    I’m pleased to announce the new board of Directors for 2019-2020:


    Executive Board:

    President:             Ciela Lewis, Odyssey Relocation

    Vice President:Tracie Pham, Blizzard Entertainment

    Secretary:            Jelena Katic, MSI Talent Solutions

    Treasurer:           Bridget Ahern, EY

    Past President:Me :-)


    Committee Chairs:

    Membership:      Jean Gong, Arpin International

    Sponsorship:       Kayla Waller, Chase

    Community Support: Taylor Williams, NuCompass

    Programs – Venue:    Nick Curtin, JER Relocation

    Communications:Mary LaRocca, Cornerstone Relocation Group

    By Laws: Gary Wagner, Cartus


    Advisers to the Board:

    Supplier:Jane Frye, The Irvine Company

    YP Group: Gaby Palacios, Aires

    Corporate:    Joleen Tomonaga, Qualcomm

    Corporate:   Eve Espindola, Asics

    Corporate:Michelle Olympia-Boldt, MUFG, Union Bank


    As always, if you would like to become involved in any of the above committees, please reach out directly to that committee chair. We always need help in Communications, Membership and Sponsorship among others!


    2. Sponsorship's


    As I’ve said in many of our meetings, our sponsors are the driving force in our organization. Their generous contributions allow us to bring in diverse speakers from a variety of industries and geographies and allow our members to gain new perspectives on how they manage mobility nationally and globally. If you wish to be a sponsor, you can donate now for 2019 and up to March 1st. when the sponsorship window closes so that we can print signs and update our website.


    3. Membership


    The SCRC membership runs on a calendar year therefore 2019 memberships are due for renewal on January 1, 2019. We've opened this window up early for people that would like to pay in 2018 for their 2019 membership. If that’s you, feel free to go to SCRC.net to renew your membership.


    4. Next Meeting, 2019 Kick-off


    Our next meeting is scheduled for January 31, 2019 and this is our annual Kick-Off Meeting where we hope to provide a fun environment of networking, entertainment, music and libations. This is also where we raise funds for our silent auction and make our annual gift to our charities. If you want to donate a gift for the silent auction, please contact Kayla.Waller@jpmchase.com.


    Also, we know lots of our members like to use Amtrak and Metrolink to come to our meetings and avoid the frustrating California Interstates so our venue will be within a short Uber/Lyft ride from one of those train stations. The location should be formally announced in the next 7 days. A separate email will come from scrc.net.


    Finally, thank you all for your continued support of SCRC and thank you for allowing me to serve on the board. I can tell you it’s a fulfilling and rewarding experience and I highly recommend it to anyone that has a desire to build their career and personal brand. I wish you all a happy holiday season and a wonderful new year.


    Sincerely,


    Chris Furlotte, SCRC President 2017-2018


  • 08 Nov 2018 3:38 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    SCRC Fall Conference - Corporate Roundtable Seminar ID: 15633 one credit


    CRP® credit hours: 1


    SCRC Fall Conference - General Meeting Seminar ID: 15634 three credits


    CRP® credit hours: 3



    · It is the responsibility of the (S)CRP® (NOT the sponsoring organization) to submit the credit hour(s) to their individual record.

    Please keep the original for your own files.

    · The credit request will be matched with the attendee roster provided to Worldwide ERC® by the sponsoring organization after the seminar.

    Names not appearing on that attendee roster may have the credit(s) removed from their CRP® records.


    TO ADD CREDIT(s)


    4) Go to the Worldwide ERC® website, www.WorldwideERC.org, and log on to “My Account”

    5) Click on “CRP Management” from within the “Shortcuts” area of your personal information page.

    6) Click “Add Credits” and enter in the seminar ID(s) noted above. Your credits will appear in your record instantly.


  • 29 Aug 2018 10:20 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The diversity & inclusion presentation from our August Meeting is now available on the site in the Member's Section under downloads. Note: You must be a member to access.


  • 21 Aug 2018 7:09 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Calling all SCRC members! 


    Do you have an exciting point of view or relative content to share? 


    If you are interested in participating at a future SCRC event - as either a speaker, moderator or panelist - please complete the attached form and submit back to the SCRC president and the Program chairperson.


    SCRC Speaker Proposal.docx

  • 06 Feb 2017 3:21 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

     Welcome 2017!


    As we kick off a new year, I wanted to reach out to the membership and express my gratitude for the opportunity to lead The Southern California Relocation Council (SCRC) for the next two years as well as let you know about some of the new initiatives the new board will be exploring  for the 2017-2018 term.


    SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES


    We have redesigned our Sponsorship Programs to provide both annual sponsorships as well as individual meeting sponsorships for 2017.  By making this change we are able to provide more marketing exposure and benefits to our sponsors as well as drive a slight increase in SCRC revenue which will allow us the financial resources to expand our program offerings for our members in 2017. This could include better programs including paid professional speakers.


    CORPORATE ENGAGEMENT


    To kick off the year we launched a corporate engagement survey to provide our corporate members an opportunity to steer our direction in 2017-2018. This survey is capturing the impressions of our corporate member base in areas such as meeting locations, format and content. This data will be instrumental in driving greater corporate participation in 2017-2018.


    MEETING FORMAT


    We are planning to experiment with various meeting formats for 2017 and 2018.  Without abandoning our current format of lunch meetings, we hope to experiment with other meeting options such as a full day conference, breakfast meetings and afternoon meetings to provide more options to our membership.


    KICK OFF MEETING


    Finally, as we kick off the New Year, I wanted to talk about our upcoming kick off meeting on February 1st. This event is designed to be a fun event - an evening of reconnecting with friends and colleagues and raising money for SCRC’s charities – Working Wardrobes and our member charity, Find Cures.  Highlights of this event include some fun country line dancing lessons from Kerry Kick, Orange County’s top line dancing instructor as well as our annual Silent Auction. So dress in a casual country western style if you are so inclined, bring your wallet to bid on our donated prizes and join us on the dance floor for a little organized humiliation!


    Once again I want to thank all of our members who have placed their trust in myself and the rest of the SCRC board to lead the organization for the next two years. Even more importantly, thank you for your continued support of the organization through your participation, membership fees and sponsorship dollars.  If you have any feedback or comments on how we can improve upon the programs and benefits we offer to our membership, please reach out to me at Chris.Furlotte@BrookfieldGRS.com.


    With gratitude,


    Chris


    President, SCRC


  • 23 Oct 2015 10:01 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    At our Fall Meeting we will be doing a clothing drive to support Working Wardrobes. It is an amazing organization that helps people facing difficult challenges get back into the workforce.


    Urgent Item they need items such as:


    Clothing

    Men's Shoes

    Men's Belts

    Plus Size Women's Clothing

    Jewelry

    Toiletries

    Copy Paper

    Gift Cards (Marshall's, Amazon, Gas Cards, and Food Cards)


    Contact Helen Maracle for more information helen@maraclerm.com

  • 23 Oct 2015 9:59 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Join SCRC at the beautiful MountainGate Country Club as we hear from our keynote speaker, Mark Frederick Ph.D., Director, Global Talent Managment at IOR Global Services. Mark is going to give you the "4 Talent Mobility Steps for a Successful Assignment." After Mark speaks you'll get the chance to learn from some of the best minds in relocation. We will be having breakout roundtable discussions led by industry leaders. You'll be able to go to several roundtables of your choosing and learn what is most important to you. 

  • 17 Nov 2014 9:58 AM | Anonymous

    Presentations from our fabulous November speakers Charmaine Baptista who covered India and Rita Hernandez who covered Latin America are now available on the site in the Member's Section under downloads. Note: You must be a member to access.

  • 10 Apr 2014 2:49 PM | Anonymous

    Ernst & Young LLP, would like to invite you to the next International Dual Career Network event in Los Angeles, CA!


    Dual careers are a reality of today’s workforce.  The International Dual Career Network (IDCN) is the first of its kind bringing together the spouses of relocated employees of multi-national and local organizations in Los Angeles to provide a mutually beneficial job-search and recruiting platform.


    The International Dual Career Network is expanding the network to include all relocated spouses (domestically relocated and international) of employees within corporations in the Los Angeles area.


    IDCN Brief overview:

    In 2011, Nestlé and Ernst and Young launched the International Dual Career Network in Switzerland.


    • IDCN is a network composed of companies who are located in the Greater Los Angeles area and are participating for at least one of the following reasons:

    • o   They have employees relocating to Los Angeles from other countries or states with trailing spouses who are also professionals and looking for jobs in the local area. 
    • o   Companies are utilizing the IDCN as a recruitment platform to hire these qualified relocated spouses for their open professional positions. 

    If you are interested in learning more about the IDCN, and how you can participate and benefit from it, we invite you to attend the next International Dual Career Network event. We encourage you to also invite other HR Professionals within your organization; Head of Human Resources, Head of Mobility, Head of Recruitment, Head of Diversity.  This could also serve as a great networking platform with a variety of key stake holders from other companies who will be in attendance. 


    Event Details

    Ernst & Young LLP 

    Date:      Friday, May 2, 2014

    Time:       8:00 am - 12:00 am

    Location:  725 South Figueroa Suite 500

                       Los Angeles CA 90017


    Please RSVP by clicking on the Corporate Registration Link

    RSVP deadline is Friday, April 25, 2014


    YouTube Video

    Please check out the IDCN - Los Angeles video from our last event hosted by Nestlé USA, Inc. on Friday, February 7, 2014.

  • 18 Feb 2014 12:39 PM | Anonymous

    The Arizona Relocation Alliance is proud to present:

     2014 Best of the West

    11th Annual Relocation Summit 

    Friday, March 21st, 2014

    8:00am - 6:30pm


    Our Speakers include:

    Barry Broome, President and CEO, Greater Phoenix Economic Council - Phoenix's 2014

    Addie Hogan and Julie Pearl - Business Traveler and Immigration Around the World

    Sheri Sinaga with Corporate Panel Guest from Intel and Bechtel -Insourcing your program

    Josh Hyatt with Corporate Panel Guests from TBD -  
    Corporations and Today's RFPs


    This will be a full day of education, professional growth, networking & FUN! 

    purple-graphic-fireworks.gif Networking & Charity Reception purple-graphic-fireworks.gif

    4:30pm - 6:30pm

    We are finishing our day again with a networking and charity reception.  You will be able to bid on some great auction items, eat, drink, and network to support a great cause!

    This will be a full day of education, professional growth, and networking.

     *Silent Auction Item: Fall ERC Meeting Registration ($1,545 Value)

    *5 CRP credits are pending approval for this event

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