Published on August 26, 2015

Sue Gilman

 

Sue Gilman is responsible for managing comprehensive relocation services for CapRelo’s corporate clients and their transferring families.

As CapRelo’s Client Services Manager, Sue oversees service delivery of all relocation services utilized by clients, including home marketing assistance, household goods, move management, home search services, mortgage assistance, temporary living assistance and more.

We recently sat down with Sue to find out more about her and what she enjoys doing in her spare time.

Who is "Sue Gilman?" – Where do you come from, what is your background, what do you do?

I am originally from Massachusetts. I lived in New Orleans for a number of years, but relocated to Northern Virginia after Hurricane Katrina hit. We have been here nine years and love it! We just rescued/adopted a mini dachshund from the animal shelter, and she has turned out to be a little love bug. We call her Candycane, and we are lucky to have found her!

I started in the relocation industry working for Reebok International back in the late '80s handling all their domestic and international moves. After Reebok, I started in the third-party side working for Relocation Resources in Norwell, MA, and from there on to various other relocation-related industries to include household goods management, finance and tax reporting/gross-up, temp housing and real estate. 

I hold a VA real estate license as well as the CRP designation from the Worldwide Employee Relocation Council.

How long have you been with CapRelo, and what is your favorite part about your position?

I have been with CapRelo since mid-July, and my absolute favorite part of the position is interacting with all the people. My team is the best of the best, and our service partners, both internally and externally, are all awesome.

What do you do in your spare time, what are some of your interests?

In my spare time, I do a little bit of vegetable gardening, which is a great help in supporting my other passion – gourmet cooking. I love trying new things, and my fridge/freezer is always pretty full of experiments. We also love the beach and spend a week every year at Topsail Island.