Dayton, OH, January 25, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- EIM (Excellence In Motivation) is pleased to announce the transition of April Mescher from Vice President, Travel to Vice President, National Accounts. April will assume responsibility for new and existing accounts nationally with a primary focus on the Southwest Ohio tri-state area. EIM’s Vice President, Travel position will be filled by Kathy Nugent Delidow.
A leader in both the boardroom and the community, April Mescher is an operationally focused executive who has spearheaded many process-improvement initiatives since joining EIM in 1996. Under her leadership EIM Travel has been recognized by Corporate Meetings & Incentives as one of the 25 most influential travel companies in North America (CMI 25). EIM travel support teams have moved up to 20,000 participants to 100 worldwide destinations annually for clients including Toyota, Allergan and State Auto.
April is active in many industry councils and several advisory boards, and volunteers time with local charities. She sits on the Hospitality Management Advisory Council at Sinclair Community College; is a WiBN 2011 “Top 25 Women to Watch”; is a member of Leadership Dayton's Class of 2010; was “Advocate of the Year” for Generation Dayton; was voted one of the region's “Top 40 Executives under 40”; and is a board member for A Kid Again, Dayton Chapter.
Bob Miller, EIM’s President and CEO, stated: “April has done an outstanding job in helping EIM become a recognized travel leader. We have enjoyed impressive client and associate retention under her leadership. This is a great opportunity for April to continue to diversify her experience by directly assuming responsibility for some of our strategic accounts.”
EIM (Excellence In Motivation, Inc.) is a full-service performance improvement company headquartered in Dayton, OH. It provides support for many Fortune 1000 clients through a network of strategically located sales offices. EIM creates comprehensive performance incentives and business-improvement strategies aimed at positively changing the behavior(s) of one or all of the audiences that matter most to our clients’ business performance: employees, channel partners and customers. For more information about EIM, visit www.eim-inc.com.