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Jackie Stouffer promoted to head JK's growing International Moving Division

We are excited to announce that Jackie Stouffer has been promoted to Vice President of JK’s International division. She is taking the helm as the division experiences rapid growth. She reports directly to JK President David Cox.

“Jackie has been a valuable leader at JK Moving for many years, and we welcome her to this expanded role. Her leadership, creativity, and understanding of our industry will ensure the continued success of this growing division,” said David Cox, President, of JK Moving Services.

Jackie takes over for her 12-year mentor, Phil Wells, who retired at the end of January. As head of the International Division, her responsibilities include leading a global team of 35 that manages household goods shipments worldwide for international corporate and government accounts.

Jackie has been with JK for eight years. She has held positions managing major accounts, and for the past two years, the day-to-day operation of the International Division in a director role. Jackie has been instrumental in raising JK’s global industry profile, winning major contracts for the company. During her tenure, she introduced industry best practices to the division and ESG programs to the company. She is currently president of the FIDI 39 group, a leading industry association.

Before JK Moving, she worked for the DC-based Security Storage Company where she learned the nuances of international moving by coordinating shipments for accounts such as the IMF and World Bank. Jackie started her career in the relocation industry 12 years ago after graduating from George Washington University.

In assuming her new role, Jackie Stouffer steps in with a wealth of experience and a track record of success. Her leadership promises to uphold the company’s reputation for excellence in managing global household goods shipments. With her dedication to industry best practices and sustainability initiatives, Jackie is poised to steer the division to even greater heights in the years ahead.