ARPIN INTERNATIONAL GROUP
Allyson Nordstrom-Geraghty, director of the General Services Administration’s (GSA) International Division at Arpin, has joined the IAM’s Core Member Management Board (CMMB), representing the North American region. She will serve a two-year term.
The International Association of Movers (IAM) strives to be the global champion for the moving industry by advancing its members’ professionalism and operational excellence. CMMB convenes regional representatives from each world region to actively advocate for the Core Membership with the IAM Executive Committee, serves as a conduit through which IAM Staff can actively obtain valuable information about a region or country, and actively educates members about IAM policies.
“I’m truly excited to have been asked to be a part of the IAM Core Members Management Board in step with the IAM Executive Committee,” said Nordstrom-Geraghty. She continued, “I look forward to representing our region successfully with my co-representative, Arthur Drewry, of AMJ Campbell, and assisting the executive committee with programs, the annual meeting, renewals, regional topics, and anything else they may need to assist in keeping IAM the success that it is!”
“Allyson is a highly respected professional in the international removals and relocation industry,” said Mark Greene, senior vice president of Arpin International Group. “I know her addition to the CMMB will greatly benefit its IAM Core Membership, and we look forward to IAM continuing to move the needle forward for all industry stakeholders.”
Besides her responsibilities as a director of GSA Services, Nordstrom-Geraghty recently obtained U.S. DOT PHMSA Certification for Security Awareness Training, demonstrating her commitment to staying current on the latest industry regulations and best practices. She is a graduate of James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia, and holds a bachelor’s degree in international affairs. Nordstrom-Geraghty resides in Northern Virginia, USA.