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We are pleased to welcome Amy Yount back in the role of Business Development Manager. Amy’s newly created position will include the responsibility of implementing our regional strategic plan to enhance resources in Austin, Dallas, Des Moines, Fort Worth, Houston, Kansas City, Little Rock, Northwest Arkansas, Oklahoma City, Omaha, San Antonio, St. Louis, Tulsa, and Wichita, while providing global resources in over 95 countries.
An accomplished business development professional, Amy’s return includes her previous nine years of experience with our team and over thirteen years in the industry. In her time with the company she has demonstrated success in consultative solutions, as well as extensive industry market knowledge, key collaboration, and a customer-centric mindset.
Recently, Amy was re-elected for an additional three years as the Membership Chair, Board of Directors for the St. Louis Employee Relocation Council. She also serves as Programs Director, Board of Directors for the Global Business Travel Association - St. Louis. Additional volunteer work includes the GBTA Leadership Conference Chair.
Amy has received a variety of awards within the industry, including President's Circle Club Award, First Place Sales Growth Award, Circle of Excellence Award, and the Shooting Star Award. A Missouri State University graduate, Amy earned a degree in Marketing Management prior to initiating her decorated career.
Gabriel Wacker, Vice-President of Sales at Transitions Group stated, "We are delighted to welcome back Amy, who brings many strengths and a vast experience with temporary housing and relocation programs.”
“I'm thrilled to reunite with the Oakwood | ExecuStay Midwest family in a broader capacity,” Yount said, “My goal is to continue leveraging industry experience to implement forward-thinking business solutions. I’m excited to expand my regional knowledge and continue to be a trusted resource to my clients, while extending my involvement implementing Oakwood | ExecuStay Midwest’s strategic plan.”
Welcome back, Amy. We’re excited to have you back on board!