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Cornerstone Relocation Group Expands its Business Development Team

Dana Whitman, Vice President of Global Business Development at Cornerstone, will deliver innovative solutions that elevate the relocation experience for organizations with workforce mobility needs.

Cornerstone Relocation Group (Cornerstone) announces Dana Whitman, CRP, has joined as Vice President, Global Business Development. In this role, Dana will focus on providing innovative mobility solutions that enhance organizations’ talent management programs and business strategies.

Today’s competitive business climate is driving the need for mobility programs to be increasingly flexible in order to address business challenges with talent gaps, the employee experience and other strategic needs. For more than 30 years, organizations across the globe have trusted Cornerstone and its solutions portfolio of global relocation and consulting services to provide employee mobility solutions centered around high-quality service.

Dana will partner with our future clients to provide creative solutions and innovative options all while remaining dedicated to our high-touch customer experience philosophy. Before joining Cornerstone, Dana held various leadership roles in global business development within the mobility industry. In addition, he is a Board Member of both the New England Relocation Association and Philadelphia Area Relocation Council.

“When we partner with organizations on their talent management programs, Cornerstone is dedicated to creating and implementing solutions that deliver a tailored, high-touch experience to our clients’ relocating employees,” said Debra Frost-DeCaro, CRP, GMS-T, Senior Vice President, Global Services, Cornerstone. “We have helped many companies across the globe deliver competitive solutions in their talent management programs, and we are thrilled to have Dana join our global business development team and make a positive impact on our future growth.”