Bringing expertise, network and insight to the development of Benivo technology for Global Mobility, Talent and HR teams at the world's top companies.
Prior to joining Benivo, Brian was Founder and CEO of the Forum for Expatriate Management (FEM). Previously, Brian served as the CEO of both Ernst & Young’s and previously Arthur Andersen’s Human Capital practice. He has worked in Global Mobility and Expatriate Management for over three decades.×
Strategic Global Mobility Executive. Repeated success devising and implementing strategies aligned with company culture and goals, in diverse settings, for end-to-end global assignment management. Proven ability to drive for efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and employee satisfaction. Talent for cultivating client relationships and partnerships based on professionalism and integrity. Highly skilled and performance-driven with wide-range success strengthening multinational organizations through a changing business landscape. Experience spans the talent mobility space on both the corporate side and Big 4.×
Wes Okumura is a Silicon Valley Mobility Legend. He is a 40 year veteran of EY's Global Mobility practice and for many years was their US Lead Partner for People Advisory Services. He is also a leading member of the Benivo Strategy Council.×
Eric has been a leader in the Global Mobility industry for over 25 years. Serving 16+ years as Global Mobility Director for eBay Inc, he grew to be a regional leader in International Human Resources, Global Immigration, US Domestic & International Taxation, and Relocation. Joining a young and mostly US based eBay in 2003, he designed and built a mobility program that would scale to meet the needs of its fast growing domestic and international business and employee population and which soon became a model for many other companies in the SF Bay Area. Always willing to share his knowledge and experience, Eric was a founding member and a driving force behind the creation of the Bay Area Mobility Managers (BAMM) professional organization as well as a guest speaker at many venues. Now, recently retired from eBay, Eric still enjoys sharing his knowledge, experience, and ideas by consulting and speaking within the global mobility industry.×