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Shazy Tan
Global Mobility Manager @Dyson Operations
Shazy is Dyson’s Global Mobility Manager based in Singapore. In this role, Shazy is involved with daily operations as well as strategic projects involving cross-border moves. She also maintains stakeholder and supplier relations and manages quality assurance and operational excellence among many other responsibilities. Shazy’s Global Mobility career over the last 9 years has spanned several industries including electronic manufacturing, business solutions, hospitality and banking. Through the years, Shazy had the opportunity to be a part of multiple HR Transformations and Policy reviews.
Emmarie Castañeda
Global Mobility Manager-Asia @Unilever
Marie is a leader of leaders, guiding teams managing the whole employee life cycle of the Asia expatriate population in Unilever. This involves working on strategies to keep the company’s policies market-competitive and improving processes with agility in an ever-changing environment. Over the course of nearly a decade, Marie has built a strong track record on global mobility policy and operations. Prior to Unilever, Marie was International Mobility Manager for Australia New Zealand Bank (ANZ) for five years and, previous to this, spent four of her 13 years in the energy company Chevron as Global Mobility Operations Counselor and Processing Supervisor. As a certified Global Professional in Human Resources (GPHR), Marie is adept to global trends not only in the mobility world but in international human resources as a greater function. She also works on collaborative projects for the HR Certification Institute (HRCI).
Aditya Luthra
Security Director – Security Solutions, Asia Pacific @International SOS
As International SOS’ Security Solutions Director for Asia Pacific, Aditya Luthra leads client engagements in the region, developing bespoke solutions in support of organisations and managing their travel risk mitigation strategies, policies and procedures. Prior to his current role, Aditya headed the security intelligence team in Asia Pacific, and responsible for planning and intelligence delivery. He also built and managed strategic partnerships with government entities and local information providers (journalists, academics, and logistics and security organisations) to further enhance the quality of International SOS’s intelligence output. Aditya has also overseen incident management teams and clients on the ground during crises and emergencies.