INDIANAPOLIS – August 9, 2017 – The International Center has added two new staff members, filling the roles of relocation services coordinator and relocation specialist. The Center has also promoted a member of its staff to the role of manager of protocol and visitor services.
Jayne Howarth brings a wealth of international experience to her new role as relocation services coordinator. Jayne, a native of the United Kingdom who relocated from Codnor, England, earlier this year, joins The Center after a successful tenure as an intelligence researcher with the Derbyshire Police Force.
Much like Jayne, The Center’s other new relocation services staff member also hails from the United Kingdom. Michael Tracey will serve as a relocation specialist. He previously held a post at Vortex Enterprises Limited, and still maintains ownership of the Greyhound Luxury Retreat in Suffolk, England.
“Jayne and Michael are excellent additions to the team,” said Martin Baier, president and CEO of The International Center. “It’s always an honor for us to bring expatriates into the fold because of their ability to relate to the needs of our clients.”
The International Center has also promoted Hannah Day to the role of manager of protocol & visitor services. Day has been with The International Center for one year, serving as executive assistant and board liaison. She will continue managing the Civic Engagement for Expatriates program.
About The International Center
For more than 40 years, The International Center has served as a guide to the world’s cultural landscape, and a catalyst for the state’s international growth. Working in collaboration with businesses, organizations, government agencies, educational institutions and individual citizens, The Center expands Indiana’s global interest through a variety of programs and services and through convening diverse interests who share common international goals. The International Center is a member of Global Ties U.S.