Elected by, and governing on behalf of the members, PSRC's Officers serve a two year term. The current officers are:
Ray joined Twitter in December of 2020 as Sr. Mgr, Talent and Mobility. Prior to joining Twitter, Ray was the Talent Mobility manager at Nordstrom, and previous to that, supported Amazon’s complex Global Mobility program. His scope included managing international assignments across the U.S., Mexico and the Asia Pacific region. Ray also led recruiter and HRBP training and external vendor management. Prior to working at Amazon, Ray worked at two relocation service providers – Graebel and Cartus. Ray specializes in process improvement (he has a lean six sigma green belt), training, and policy creation. When he is not working, he enjoys traveling, spending time with his family (including his pug, Hank) and trying new cuisine!
LaMonica Hummel, CRP, GMS-T, SGDS, Vice President, Relocation Director/Director of Business Development for Windermere Relocation covering Western Washington, California, Utah, Oregon and Colorado. LaMonica has been involved in the relocation industry since 2000, with Windermere, Prudential, Cartus and Mayflower. LaMonica has earned the Certified Relocation Professional (CRP), Global Mobility Specialist - Talent (GMS-T), Global Destination Specialist (SGDS) designations and holds a Managing Broker’s License for the State of Washington. Prior to joining the relocation field, LaMonica was Vice President of Human Resources, for OUM Insurance Company. She is a member of; Worldwide Employee Relocation Council (WERC), Relocation Directors Council (RDC®) Puget Sound Relocation Council (PSRC), Portland Relocation Council (PRC), Southern California Relocation Council (SCRC), Bay Area Mobility Management (BAMM), Rocky Mountain Relocation Council (RMRC), Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Lake Washington Human Resource Association (LWHRA) and currently serves as Past President for the Puget Sound Relocation Council.
After studying at Université Laval in Quebec and graduating from the University of South Florida with a degree in Finance and International Business, Corinne handled real estate marketing and business development for a luxury real estate management firm in Sarasota, Florida. In 2012, Corinne joined Realogy NRT’s relocation team and managed business for the Dallas, Fort Worth and Atlanta metros. She completed Realogy’s mentor program, participated in the leadership development program and was a member of Realogy’s Veteran’s Advisory Panel. In January 2015, Corinne personally relocated from Florida to Washington and joined Coldwell Banker Bain's Business Development team. She is the Vice President of Client Relations and Relocation Director for her firm's relocation services, and holds a CRP designation. Corinne is a member of ERC, RDC, PRC and serves as Vice President of PSRC. When she is not working, Corinne enjoys traveling, visiting wineries and spending time with her family.
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®.
Erin is the Senior Brand & Content Manager at Envoy Global, an immigration technology company headquartered in Chicago, IL. 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, 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 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.
Keith is a Global Mobility Consultant working at Salesforce supporting their rapidly growing program by consulting stakeholders on mobility options to meet the talent needs of the organization. Prior to joining Salesforce, Keith held Global Mobility leadership roles at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Domino's Pizza. He started his career in Mobility in Chicago at Jones Lang LaSalle before relocating to Ann Arbor MI with Domino's and then relocated to the West Coast with Gates Foundation. When not helping companies evolve and grow their Mobility Programs, Keith enjoys traveling, trying local breweries and spending time with his family.
Dawn Sparling, SHRM-CP, PHR, GMS has a B.A. from the University of Iowa in Communications Studies and Anthropology and a Masters of Science in Human Resources from Loyola University Chicago. In her almost two years in Boise, Dawn has embarked on other volunteer opportunities in addition to being the Secretary for the HRATV Board of Directors. They include; St. Luke’s Hospital Hospice, Create Common Good and Boise State University Beta Eta Chapter of Delta Delta Delta. She is also serves as the Collegiate Chapter Volunteer Coordinator for the Pacific Northwest chapters of Delta Delta Delta. Dawn has recently joined the Puget Sound Relocation Council as one of the Corporate Co-chairs.
Dawn works at Snowflake (a data cloud storage company) as a Mobility Specialist - Tax and Relocation. She provides consultation, analysis and recommendations to the business regarding international and domestic assignments and relocations with an emphasis on tax implications. Dawn has 15 years of HR background which also includes Employee Relations and Compliance.
Dawn relocated from Cedar Rapids, Iowa to Boise in June 2019. Dawn has two children in college in Iowa; Peyton, 23 and Mallory 21. She enjoys riding her electric bike on the green belt, exploring the great state of Idaho and spending time with her friends in the Treasure Valley.
Felicea Osorio, GMS-T, joined the RESIDE team in 2013 and has supported operations, guests services and global business development throughout her tenure. Currently, she serves as Enterprise Sales Executive for the organization’s technology platform, 3SIXTY. Felicea had the privilege of accepting RESIDE’s MVP Award in 2018, RESIDE’s Top Gun Sales Award in 2019 ,and was most recently recognized by Graebel for her creative and innovative approach to a client program with their 2020 Fresh Ideas Award. Felicea is an active member of the travel and relocation industry, serving on the Supplier Committee for the Society of Collegiate Travel & Expense Management, and participating in various chapters within Worldwide ERC (WERC), Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA). Felicea holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington, and in her free time she like to give back by volunteering with her RESIDE Cares program which supports local organizations such as Tree House, Brandon’s Place & PAWS. When she is not working or volunteering, Felicea can typically be found enjoying Steven’s Pass, hiking outside of Leavenworth, or exploring the beautiful Northwest with her family.
Michael is Director of National Sales for SuiteAmerica and covers the Pacific Northwest for both Temporary Housing and Destination Services. He has been a member of the Puget Sound Relocation Council since 2018 and joined the Board of Directors in 2021. Prior to joining SuiteAmerica in 2014, Michael 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 Michael isn’t traveling for work, he is typically doing home renovations in California with his wife or going on another adventure in their RV.
Barry has many years of widely varied experience in real estate and relocation, following a successful 25+year career. He started in sales and was promoted to key management positions throughout the United States and abroad in Austria for a national communication company. After several years as a real estate professional and managing broker, Barry was appointed to Director of eBusiness. After serving as Vice President of Business Development, Barry was appointed to Vice President of Relocation Services. He continues to find time for golf and family. Two of his favorite things to do.
Education Chair - Mary (LaRocca) Corrales, CRP, GMS
Mary LaRocca has been in the relocation industry for over eighteen years, having started as the Assistant to the Relocation Director of a local Phoenix real estate agency during college. After graduating 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 Global Business Development Director with Synergy Global Housing. She is passionate about customer service, hospitality and industry education. In her free time, when she’s not planning post-pandemic travel, you can find this New Jersey native cooking Italian food, doing hot yoga, watching the Yankees and enjoying movies with her family.
Kristina is a Pacific Northwest native and has been serving the relocation industry in various capacities for over 18 years. Currently as Partnership & Procurement Manager with Travelers Haven. Previously, Kristina was with Equity Residential for 16 years, last serving as the Area Manager for the Pacific NW and So Cal Corporate Housing markets and as Director of Sales and Regional Manager with other corporate housing firms. Kristina focuses on finding the best solutions for her clients and partners, many times taking creative, strategic and innovative approaches. In her spare time she enjoys exploring the outdoors, volunteering and travel.
Elizabeth is a Founding Partner at Corporate Immigration Partners in San Francisco. Known as a passionate legal advocate and immigration strategist, she leverages her 14 years of experience to deliver comprehensive solutions to clients seeking a trusted hand to guide them through the entirety of their corporate immigration processes. Elizabeth takes an active role in helping her clients strategize, implement and comply with mobility program management and talent research initiatives. These are the crucial components of any modern company’s expanding global footprint.
In addition to her involvement with the PSRC, Elizabeth also sits on the Bay Area Mobility Management (BAMM) board and is certified as a Worldwide ERC – Global Mobility Specialist (GMS®). She is frequently cited as a legal expert in national publications thanks to her reputation and knowledge in the immigration field.