TRC Global Mobility is excited to announce that Leo Capotorto, CRP, GMS-T, MBA, has been elected as the Vice President of the Board of Directors of the St. Louis Employee Relocation Council (STLERC) for 2023.

As Vice President, Leo holds a seat on the STLERC Executive Committee and works closely with the President. In addition, he serves on the group’s nominating committee, assists with succession planning, represents STLERC at national and regional ERC functions and more.

As a group, the Board is dedicated to developing STLERC’s membership. Its mission is to create a forum for the exchange of ideas, provide for the creative leadership and effective management of people, and add value to the organizations we represent and the community at large

Said Leo, “I’m really excited to continue to be part of this great group in a different role and capacity and to help STLERC continue to grow. We have some great ideas and planned events for 2023 and can’t wait to host the Midwest Relocation Conference in 2024!”

Leo Capotorto and other TRC employee-owners are committed to giving back and have served on many national and global relocation group boards and committees, including Worldwide ERC, the Wisconsin Employee Relocation Council, the Corporate Relocation Council of Chicago, the New England Relocation Association, the Metro Atlanta Relocation Council, North Texas Relocation Professionals, Houston Relocation Professionals, the San Antonio Relocation Council, Austin Relocation Council, the Midwest Relocation Conference, the Rocky Mountain Relocation Council and the Canadian Employee Relocation Council.

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