NEI Hires Vice President for Southeast Region

Published: Mar 25, 2019

Representing Southeastern States
NEI Global Relocation (NEI) is pleased to announce the appointment of Misty Taylor as Vice President of Client Development for the Southeast quarter of the United States, including North and South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, Arkansas, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana.  In her new role, Misty will confer with corporations on their relocation policies, processes and specific needs to demonstrate NEI’s ability to support their global mobility goals with innovative and cost-efficient solutions.

“We are thrilled to have someone of Misty’s caliber join our organization,” said Al Blumenberg, NEI SVP, Global Client Development and Service Partner Relations.  “She is very familiar with the entire region, has a strong background in relocation, and shares the partnership skills that NEI values in our employees.”

Misty’s relocation experience spans more than 20 years, first working with transferees as a real estate agent, experiencing five corporate transfers as a trailing spouse, and leading a team of more than 40 real estate agents as a Relocation Director, managing corporate properties and transferee real estate transactions.    

As a Relocation Director, she worked extensively with relocation management companies, including NEI Global Relocation, and coordinated all agent referrals.  Misty was recognized as a consistent multi-million-dollar producer among the top five Realtors® nationally with her agency.  Misty has also served as a pharmaceutical representative where she contributed to the successful launch of three major products and consistently improved market share with each product.  

Her proven ability to effectively communicate with internal support teams and corporate stakeholders demonstrates a strong skill set in developing business relationships through empathy, positivity, and partnership.  

Misty received her Bachelor of Science in Marketing and Business Education from East Carolina University in North Carolina.  She and her family currently reside in Greenville, South Carolina.