2022 Judging Panel

To maintain high standards and ensure the TEMi Awards remain fair and transparent, we draw on a team of independent industry professionals to assess all TEMi Award submissions. Our panel of Judges is made up of well-respected industry experts from across the talent/career mobility, immigration, taxation, relocation, recruitment, travel management and advisory industry sectors. Our judges provide a level of prestige to our awards night as we celebrate all the hard work and dedication over the last year. Below is the great panel of judges that we have this year!

2022 Judging Chair / Director EY People Advisory Services

Monique Dawson

Monique is a Director in the EY People Advisory Services team, and is responsible for leading the Melbourne Assignment Services and Mobility Transformation team and offerings.

As part of her role, Monique works with a diverse range of clients to design, develop and implement bespoke and innovative mobility solutions, spanning across policy, process, operating model and technology. In addition, Monique leads the administration of international and domestic mobility programs for her clients and has an extensive understanding of the end to end mobility lifecycle.

Global Mobility Lead, Canva

Leane Alexander

Leane leads Global Mobility at Canva and has been working in the Global Mobility industry for over 15 years. Having grown up in an expat family living in various countries across many cultures, Leane has an undeniable passion for the world of global mobility, both personally and professionally.

Prior to joining Canva, Leane spent many years in professional services leading the Australian internal global mobility team at KPMG, sitting on KPMG International’s Global Mobility Council. She started her career with a focus on immigration, working for The Canadian Consulate General in Shanghai then PwC Legal & Smith Stone Walters in the UK.

Leane’s areas of expertise include the delivery of global mobility strategy, policy implementation and operational management. She has experience in large-scale business adjustments to global mobility programs that include navigating remote working, virtual assignments and the management of tax, immigration and compliance risk across various jurisdictions.

Senior Human Resources, Telstra

Rachel Daly

Rachel Daly (Hocking) brings over 20 years’ experience in the Global Mobility sector having held positions at Sirva Relocation and currently working for Telstra Corporation within the Reward, Performance and Global Mobility area.

During this time, Rachel has seen quiet a lot of change within the industry from working on policies that apply the traditional home build up approach with full expatriate  benefits to the adoption of more flexible global  approaches in moving talent across the globe.

Rachel has had extensive experience with the implementation, management, and coordination of global mobility programmes from small to large programs  through to new starts up in developing countries and the implementation of new Global Mobility IT systems.   More recently Rachel has been focused on developing Global Mobility flexible work policies and processes that enable Telstra Group employee’s do their current home location role from a different country.

Founder & Managing Director, Grow HR Consulting

Alf Carlesater

Alf Carlesäter is an international HR Crisis, Talent Mobility, and People Operations Partner turned entrepreneur with a talent for developing and deploying functional efficiencies in HR operations across Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas. As a strategic corporate business partner and senior-level consultant, he is currently engaged to operationalise a people-focused Global HR Crisis & Incident Response framework at Meta, and previously held a Senior Regional HR Leader, Talent Mobility position for Asia Pacific & Sub-Saharan Africa at General Electric.

Alf, is an experienced consultant, service director and program manager with intellectual curiosity, strong business acumen and effective communication skills.

Senior Manager, Global Mobility Micron Technology Inc

Shumin Yeo

Shumin has held roles across HR and Global Mobility focusing on APAC and with the most recent leading the Mobility program in NA and EMEA. Shumin has been involved in numerous expansion and key talent moves, instrumental in driving initiatives and ensure early collaboration with key stakeholders, and transform the role of global mobility. She is recently named as the Rising Star of the Year in the FEM EMMA America 2022 and the team received the Employee Experience Award – Best Talent Mobility Programme 2022 (Gold).

Shumin’s other true passion is in diversity, equality and inclusive (DE&I) where she is the co-lead for the Micron Women’s Leadership Network’s (MWLN). The team received the HR Excellence award in Empowering Women Strategy 2021 (Silver). With this passion, she is influencing to integrate the DEI into the mobility program.

Manager, Global Mobility Monash University

Jeremy Tobin

Jeremy started his career as a graduate tax consultant at KPMG in the international Executive Services team. There he worked primarily in compliance and the preparation of income tax returns for internationally travelling expatriates as well as across the global mobility, employment taxes and FBT space.  In 2013, after three years with KPMG Jeremy made the move to work in the global mobility team at Monash University and has now spent the last 4 years managing the team who primarily provide in-house immigration services to international staff, managing the relocation of domestic and international staff, the establishment of employment arrangements at its international satellite campuses and locations as well as facilitating short and long term assignments between these locations.

Jeremy is supported in all of the above by an exceptional team of well rounded global mobility senior advisers, Reenu Johnson, Nisha Khehra and Edina Omerovic – who are also joining us this evening and have played instrumental roles in the impact of the global mobility team at Monash University.

Partner, Vialto Australia Workforce Transformation & Managed Services

Selina Keller

Selina leads the Vialto Australia Workforce Transformation and Managed Services team. Her key focus is helping organisations with the development, review and implementation of global mobility strategy, policy, processes and tools.  She has a passion for supporting organisations to make moving people internationally and domestically as easy as possible.

With over 22 years of experience across mobility HR and tax, Selina has worked with organisations across a range of sectors, geographies and sizes to help solve their mobility challenges.

Outside of work, Selina loves nothing more than to spend quality time with her husband and two children – exploring Sydney’s great harbourside spots, fabulous restaurants and drinking coffee!

General Manager, ECA Australia

Anna Michielsen

Anna Michielsen is ECA’s General Manager for Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific.

ECA provides Assignment Management Software, Assignment Calculators and Tools, Data, Consultancy and Training for organisations with globally mobile workforces.

Anna’s role leading ECA’s regional Pacific team is wide-ranging – from delivering day to day client solutions through to mobility policy and software implementation projects.  Best of all is working with ECA’s great clients across an extensive range of industries and organisations.

Prior to ECA, Anna has more than 20 years’ experience in corporate HR and remuneration roles with companies in the technology, finance, FMCG and government sectors.  These roles encompassed strategy and reward alignment, employee engagement and organisational values transformation.  Career experience in the corporate world has given Anna great insight for a role with a service provider.

Mobility Lead, WSP in Australia

Angelica Vitug

Angelica is a Global Mobility specialist with extensive experience within the professional services industry. Currently she is the Mobility Lead for WSP in Australia and Manila, a leading global engineering professional services consultancy firm with a global footprint across approximately 40 countries.

As the Mobility Lead, Angelica is responsible for managing the end to end International and Domestic Mobility program for WSP Australia and Manila, including but not limited to assignment management, strategic policy design and development, vendor management and overseeing  immigration and tax compliance.

With the continued and rapid growth of the business both organically and through numerous acquisitions, Angelica has been instrumental in guiding local and international stakeholders through the changing nature of work and various legislative changes impacting mobilisations. She has worked to improve and mature the WSP mobility program with particular focus on assignee experience and operational efficiencies.

Global Mobility Lead, Macquarie Group

Kim Thomas

Kim leads Global Mobility at Macquarie Group and is responsible for the global mobility policy and operations across more than 30 countries.

With over 18 years global mobility and HR experience Kim has broad expertise developed in-house and as a consultant across international global mobility; remote work policy and management; operational management and process improvement; global benefits; expatriate taxation and social security; global immigration and risk management.

Kim has experience leading onshore and offshore teams, HR transformation, people management, HR and recruitment and vendor management. A vital component to Kim’s success in these areas has been engaging and developing strong relationships with her immediate team, key stakeholders across the organisation and with global mobility professionals within the local ANZ market and globally.