Altair Global Welcomes Kathy Trachta as Senior VP, Central Region

PLANO, TEXAS (April 4, 2016) – Altair Global is excited to welcome Kathy Trachta, SCRP, GMS, to Altair Global’s headquarters and central service center. As Senior Vice President, Central Region, Trachta has ownership for all of the client relationships and global operations in the central region for Altair Global, and she provides client support with overall program strategy, policy structure, training, invoicing and other services – in addition to supporting team members as a lead resource.

Trachta is a veteran of the global mobility industry, with more than 25 years of combined experience managing both U.S. domestic and international relocations and assignments for Fortune Global 500 companies. Additionally, she has first-hand experience as an expatriate through completing a short-term assignment to the U.K. Prior to joining Altair, Trachta was a vice president of client services for a large global mobility company. In this position, she was instrumental in driving the long-term growth of her client relationships to ensure the client’s mobility and global business strategies were aligned. Her background includes owning and managing an independent global mobility consulting practice, in-house and corporate program management and startup/oversight of onsite relocation management service centers.

“Kathy is a highly-respected, talented global mobility professional. She brings a wealth of experience, innovation and leadership to our client services and operations team. We are all so proud to welcome her to Altair Global and look forward to working together to continue to create world-class mobility solutions for our clients,” said President and Chief Operating Officer, Kathryn Cassidy.

Trachta has authored articles and editorials published in MOBILITY and National Relocation and Real Estate. She has also participated as an industry speaker and a contributor to several regional and national relocation organizations including Worldwide ERC®, the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex Relocation Council and the Texas Relocation Network.

Published On: April 4, 2016

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