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Nexia appoint North American regional executive director

Nexia International has appointed Justin Dillmore as its executive director for the North American region.

Dillmore will be responsible for strengthening the network in the region and for its strategic direction.  

He previously worked for research and advisory firm Gartner (formerly CEB), where he was responsible for growing membership, engaging existing members and advising members. Before joining Gartner, Dillmore worked as a lawyer with a focus on civil litigation.

Dillmore said: “I'm excited to have the opportunity to help unlock the collaborative potential of member firms and look forward to contributing to the continued growth of Nexia.”

Nexia International CEO Kevin Arnold said: “We are delighted to welcome Justin to Nexia. He has invaluable experience in this field, which will help us to further expand and strengthen our presence in this established and important region.”

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