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HRExaminer Executive Conversations with Brynne Kennedy (MOVE Guides)

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Brynne Kennedy is the Founder and CEO of MOVE Guides, helping HR teams move their employees around the world – for any reason, any policy and any location. Kennedy founded the company while earning her MBA at London Business School, after experiencing the challenges of her own relocations around the world as an investment banker.

Kennedy has won numerous awards for her technology and global mobility leadership, including recognition in London’s Tech City Insider 100, SV2UK 100 (CEOs of 100 top UK tech companies), Brummell Magazine’s Top Female Entrepreneurs in the City of London and the Women of the Future Award for Entrepreneur of the Year. In 2016, Kennedy was nominated for a Digital Master’s Award for Women in Tech and the Europas Award for Founder of the Year. She is a registered Global Mobility Specialist (GMS) with the Worldwide Employee Relocation Council (ERC), and a regular speaker at global mobility and technology conferences.

Kennedy has lived in the UK, US, Hong Kong, Singapore and India, and speaks four languages. She writes a column in the Financial Times, “Millennial vs. Boomer,” in which she discusses workplace issues confronting millennials, and contributes to Medium with the column, “Across the Ocean,” sharing insights on building a global company with headquarters in London and San Francisco. When time permits, Kennedy is an avid runner, certified yoga instructor and fixture on the London theatre scene.

Growing up, she was an elite level gymnast in the United States. Kennedy holds an MBA from London Business School and a B.A. in History from Yale University, where she won two Ivy League Championships on the Division One gymnastics team.

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