JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (June 16, 2020) – Sterling Lexicon, a subsidiary of The Suddath Companies and leading provider of optimized global mobility services, announces the promotion of David Dance to president, Sterling Lexicon, with global leadership responsibility for the entire organization.
In his expanded role, Dance will be responsible for the overall strategic development of the business, driving revenues and profitability, expanding operational and technology capabilities and improving the overall client and transferee experience.
David brings more than 20 years’ experience in the employee relocation industry to his new position. Since re-joining the organization two years ago, he has been instrumental in the global re-positioning of the company and developing its overall strategy as it works to optimize the intersection of people, technology and services to create a leading, end-to-end global mobility company.
“We gained significant market momentum pre-crisis and expect to get back to our winning ways as the market begins to re-open and opportunities present themselves. We are also excited about the core strategic initiatives that we continue to invest in to support the accelerated growth of this business,” says Michael Brannigan, president and CEO of The Suddath Companies, parent company for Sterling Lexicon. “I am highly confident that David will drive the successful execution of the strategic initiatives and our overall strategy as he steps into this expanded role.”
About Sterling Lexicon
Sterling Lexicon offers end-to-end relocation solutions that enhance and optimize the mobility experience, delivering happy, productive employees through a personalized, high-touch approach. Whether clients are mobilizing talent for a new office, managing overseas assignees or recruiting college graduates, a partnership with Sterling Lexicon means they have integrated solutions tailored to fit their business goals. Discover the positive impact Sterling Lexicon can have on global mobility programs at www.sterlinglexicon.com.