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Elected by, and governing on behalf of the members, PSRC's Officers serve a two year term. The current officers are:

President - Corinne Mossman, CRP 

Corinne joined John L. Scott Real Estate in 2023 as the company’s Vice President of Business Development and Client Services, covering Washington, Oregon, Idaho and northern California. Corinne is a Certified Relocation Professional (CRP) who serves on multiple industry and non-profit boards. She has served several terms on the Puget Sound Relocation Council board, currently serving as the President. She also serves on the board of trustees for the Worldwide ERC® Foundation for Workforce Mobility, whose vision is to ensure all communities touched by global mobility are actively aware of, inspired by and engaged in the Foundation’s charitable efforts worldwide. Corinne is an active member of Worldwide ERC®, Relocation Directors Council (RDC), Puget Sound Relocation Council (PSRC), and Portland Relocation Council (PRC). She also serves on the advisory council for iUrban Teen, a STEM+Arts education program that brings together underrepresented teens and young adults for career exploration and mentoring.

After studying at Université Laval in Quebec, Corinne earned a Bachelor of Science in Finance and International Business from University of South Florida. In 2015, she personally relocated from Florida to Washington and loves all the Pacific Northwest has to offer. When she is not working, Corinne enjoys traveling, visiting wineries and spending time with her family.

Vice President - Erin Weber 

Erin is the Director of Brand & Community at Envoy Global, a global immigration services provider that makes it seamless for companies to manage their global workforce. A passionate marketer and storyteller, she and her team utilize various digital channels to engage audiences and provide educational resources to help navigate the immigration process. Prior to Envoy Global, Erin held various roles at a boutique content marketing agency based in Chicago.

Erin joined the PSRC Board in 2021 and is also a member of the Portland Relocation Council (PRC) Board and Worldwide ERC®'s Young Professionals (YP) Task Force. Outside of work, she can be found hiking around the PNW with her husband and dog, checking out the Portland food scene and volunteering with the city's many local organizations focused on sustainability and the environment.

Immediate Past President - Ray Kirby, CRP, GMS-T  

Ray is the Head of Global Mobility at Coinbase, a trusted and easy-to-use platform for accessing the broader cryptoeconomy. A passionate and empathetic leader, he and his team serve as strategic partners to the business to deliver the best Mobility experience for new and existing employees. Prior to Coinbase, Ray held various Mobility leadership roles at Twitter, Nordstrom and Amazon. 

Ray is based in Seattle, WA and currently serves as the Immediate Past President of the Puget Sound Relocation Council. He earned his Meritorious Service Award issued by the Worldwide ERC® in 2020 and was named a Top 100 Most Admired Mobility Professional by The View from the Top. When not working, Ray loves to travel, drink wine and spend time with his husband and their pug Hank!

Treasurer - Anu Venketaramani 

Anu is a Senior Manager with People Advisory Services at Ernst & Young and the current Puget Sound Relocation Council Treasurer. She lives in Sammamish, Washington and has over 15 years of experience working with clients and their globally mobile employees.

Secretary - Mary (LaRocca) Corrales, CRP, GMS 

Mary has been in the relocation industry for over 18 years, having started as the Assistant to the Relocation Director of a local Phoenix real estate agency during college. After graduating from Arizona State University with a BA in English Literature, Mary moved to the industry full time, working in a variety of positions including Relocation Counselor, Team Leader, Account Manager and VP of Sales. Mary is currently a Director of Global Business Development with Synergy Global Housing. She is passionate about customer service, hospitality and industry education. In her free time, when she’s not planning travel, you can find this New Jersey native cooking Italian food, doing hot yoga, watching the Yankees and enjoying movies with her family.

Communications Chair - Justin Dauenhauer    

Justin is the Vice President of Business Development for The Tomlinson Family of Companies. The Tomlinson Family of Companies, is a leading real estate brokerage group with offices in Washington, Montana, and Idaho representing three brands: Century 21, Sotheby’s International Realty and Coldwell Banker. Together The Tomlinson Family of Companies represents 24 real estate offices and over 800 agents.

Before joining The Tomlinson Family of Companies, Justin worked in many fields including customer service, healthcare, and technology. He gained experience in the healthcare field with a focus on client facing roles that allowed him to engage with those in need as well as support the staff and volunteers. Those experiences helped him to adapt to fast-paced business environments and perfect his attention to detail. He moved on to a variety of executive assistant roles that enhanced his technical and marketing skills.

Justin is a member of the LGBTQ+ Real Estate Alliance, is a member of the WERC Young Professionals Taskforce, and is a board member for the American Relocation Alliance. He is a proud military family member who understands the challenges military families face when relocating. Justin graduated from Montana State University with his Bachelor of Science in Business with a concentration in Marketing.


Corporate Co-Chair - Eileen MacDonald  

Corporate Membership - Jennifer Fontaine, GMS-T     

Jenn currently is the Senior Global Mobility Analyst at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in Seattle, WA. She has found her passion and spent the last several years of her tenure in Global Mobility, but has a wealth of experience in other functions across HR–particularly in talent, recruitment and HR operations. Jenn supports domestic and international relocation and immigration programs; assignment and secondment processes and remote work programs.

In addition to her work at the foundation, she also serves as the Corporate Membership Chair for Puget Sound Relocation Council; and she is the board secretary for Banchero Disability Partners. In her downtime you can find Jenn volunteering, enjoying the outdoors, crafting, multi-tasking and laughing (you really can hear her from afar!).

Supplier Membership Co-Chair - Emily Ptak, CRP 

Emily joined Aires in 2011 and is currently serving as an Account Executive with sales and account management responsibilities. She works to find solutions to meet client needs through collaboration, partnership and understanding their culture. Her strategic and knowledgeable consultative approach helps clients meet their mobility goals. In her decade at Aires, Emily has also served as a Mobility Specialist and Sales & Client Relations Coordinator, earning awards for outstanding customer service. Emily holds the Certified Relocation Professional (CRP) designation from Worldwide ERC®.

Supplier Membership Co-Chair - Bryan Rivers 

Bryan is the Relocation Banking Program Manager at First Tech Federal Credit Union. He’s responsible for managing a suite of banking and lending products dedicated to US inbound transferees. Bryan has been helping transferees acclimate to the U.S. banking system since 2011. He partners with employers, RMCs, and others in mobility to help those transferees land on “both feet” (financially) as they enter the country.

Bryan’s been a member of PSRC since 2018 and is involved with a handful of regional councils on the west coast. He also volunteers with PRC in Portland. Bryan lives in Northern California with his family and stays busy gardening, cooking outdoors and fishing. He enjoys watching his boys play sports and is a huge fan of the Seattle sound from the 90s.

Sponsorship Co-Chair - Michael James, CCHP 

Michael is the Vice President of Client Development at Nomad Temporary Housing. He has been a member of the Puget Sound Relocation Council since 2018 and joined the Board of Directors in 2021. Michael has been in the hospitality industry for over a decade and prior to that, he spent most of his career in Finance where he held several positions working for a family-owned community bank. In addition to his involvement in the PSRC, Michael is an active board member of the PRC in Portland. When he isn’t traveling for work, Michael is typically doing home renovations in California with his wife or going on another adventure in their RV.

Sponsorship Co-Chair - Scott O'Neill, CRP, GMS-T     

With over 25 years’ experience in the household goods industry and relocation industry, Scott has extensive experience assisting clients in providing innovative and creative solutions for their mobility needs. Currently, he is the VP of Global Business Development for JK Moving Services. Scott is an active member of Worldwide ERC, as well as with several other regional groups and holds his CRP and GMS-T designations. In 2004, he founded the Portland Relocation Council (PRC) and served as their first President of the Board for five years.  Scott is a graduate from Oregon State University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration marketing.

Education Chair - Drew Phillips, GMS       

Drew is the Vice President of Sales for RELO Direct, a subsidiary of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, where he is dedicated to provided best in class consultative relocation and real estate services to his prospects and clients on North America’s West Coast as well as emerging markets in APAC and EMEA. Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Drew has been in the Real Estate and Relocation industry since 2002 after strategically converting his book of business from the construction industry.

Drew holds the REALTOR designation through his membership with the National Association of Realtors and has served as a member of his local associations Ethics, Political Action, and Membership committees. Drew earned his GMS (Global Mobility Specialist) designation through his membership in Worldwide ERC® (Worldwide Employee Relocation Council) and serves on the Board or as a committee member of many West Coast Regional Relocation Associations along with PSRC, including RMRC (Rocky Mountain Relocation Council) where he serves on the Board as Communications Chair, and BAMM (Bay Area Mobility Management) where he serves as Conference Co-Chair.

Forever looking to grow and give back Drew continues to educate himself in the field of International Business, Trade, and Tax Law and can be found serving philanthropic causes to support Men’s Health and Food Insecurities both locally and globally.

Drew is a proud Husband and Father to four amazing adult children. When not working, giving service to members of the associations he supports, you can find him tightly engaged with his wife in all things, and supporting their children in their endeavors.

Meeting Chair - Briana Hallsted  

Briana brings in 20+ years of sales and extended stay experience, getting her start with retail favorite Nordstrom and eventually moving into hospitality where she’s worked with various notable hotel brands within their extended stay sectors such as IHG Hotels & Resorts and currently Level Hotel and Furnished Suites.

Briana has also worked in the vacation rental space, opening the Seattle market for Vacasa and Turnkey Vacation Rentals. In her free time, she likes to sail, spend time with her daughter and travel internationally any chance she gets. Briana is a self-proclaimed epicurean with a particular interest in cooking and enjoying fine wine with her close friends.

Social Responsibility Chair - Felicea Osorio, GMS-T 

Felicea currently serves as Vice President, Strategic Partnerships & Customer Success at 3Sixty, where she is tasked with leading her organization’s global customer service center and driving the success of key client partnerships through strategic planning and operational excellence. Through her 10+ years at 3Sixty, Felicea has served as an active contributor both inside and outside of her organization. Along with earning her Global Mobility Specialist, Talent Management (GMS-T) certification from Worldwide ERC in 2017, Felicea has served on the PSRC board since 2021 and has remained an active member of her own organization’s Environmental Social Governance (ESG) Committee since inception.

As a Washington native Felicea has a deep-rooted passion for the Pacific Northwest, and through that has supported local nonprofit’s such as Tree House and The Noah Center for several years. When she is not focused professional or community driven initiatives, Felicea can be found hiking the North Cascades or kayaking the San Juan’s with her family.

Bylaws Chair - Carolyn Palafox, CRP, GMS-T 

Carolyn has worked at Rocket Mortgage for over 17 years. She spent 10 years in various banking roles and brought that expertise to her current role on the Business Development Team. Carolyn currently leads the business development efforts for the West Coast, Northwest and Southwest regions. Prior to her career at Rocket Mortgage, she worked in Retail and Banking Management including companies such as The Walt Disney Company, Sephora, Citizen’s Bank and Marshall Fields.

Carolyn is a graduate of Michigan State University where she earned her BA in Criminal Justice and BS in Psychology. She has completed additional relocation training/certifications and designations of the Worldwide Employee Relocation Council®, including Certified Relocation Professional® (CRP®) and Global Mobility Specialist® (GMS-T®).

Carolyn lives in Michigan and surrounds herself with five wonderful children, five grandchildren and five grand puppies. When she isn’t working, you will find Carolyn outdoors, hiking, sailing or conjuring up some grand adventure.

Contact us

P.O. Box 6414
15731 NE 8th St
Bellevue, WA 98008-9998

Email: psrcboard@gmail.com

Phone: ‪(509) 731-4895‬

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