AIRINC, the leader in providing information, tools, and advisory services in the area of talent mobility, today announced the appointment of Morgan Crosby to the newly created role of Americas Regional Leader.
In this role, Morgan will be responsible for all client relationships in the Americas and will lead our business development activity in that region. Ms. Crosby, who previously ran the global Advisory Services division of AIRINC, will continue reporting to Steve Brink, President & CEO, and will be based in Cambridge, MA – AIRINC’s global headquarters.
“Morgan has demonstrated an ever-increasing set of responsibilities throughout her career at AIRINC. She is a recognized thought leader in the industry. We always expect big things from Morgan. She exemplifies our problem-solving and customer-centric culture and will be a strong asset in leading our growth initiatives in the Americas region,” said Mr. Brink.
Morgan joined AIRINC in 1997 as a cost of living surveyor. She quickly transitioned to the client services team where she worked closely with some of our largest Fortune 100 companies in several industries including Oil & Gas, Financial Services, and FMCG. Morgan has led our advisory services group since it was founded in 2010. In that role, she introduced several new and innovative solutions to help clients with their mobility needs, including the introduction of "FIT," a key solution in the alignment of mobility strategy and business needs. She expanded AIRINC’s benchmarking capability to become the leader in several industry verticals.
"AIRINC is uniquely positioned to address the rapidly changing global workforce issues, and with Morgan in this newly dedicated position for the Americas region, we will continue to meet our client needs and enhance our opportunities in this important region,” stated Mr. Brink.
AIRINC has been the leading authority on international mobility data since 1954. With a unique on-site data collection model, rigorous data analytics, and experienced consultants offering unparalleled service, AIRINC has long been viewed as the data provider best equipped to solve cross-border compensation issues.
As the market continues to evolve, AIRINC seeks innovative ways to help clients address new workforce globalization challenges, including mobility program assessment metrics, cross-border talent mobility strategy, and the measurement of reward competitiveness across a borderless pay landscape. Headquartered in Cambridge, MA, USA, AIRINC has full-service offices in Brussels, London, and Hong Kong.
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