Renee Daniels Earns Certified Relocation Professional (CRP) Designation

June 22, 2015
Renee Daniels

Renee Daniels, director of corporate relocation services with Fonville Morisey, a Long & Foster company, has earned the Certified Relocation Professional (CRP) designation. Awarded by Worldwide ERC®, the workforce mobility association, the CRP designation recognizes that Daniels has completed advanced educational and professional requirements on employee mobility in the United States.

Daniels was one of 179 Worldwide ERC members who earned the designation after passing the CRP exam in May 2015. The exam is offered annually throughout the United States, and it had a 75 percent pass rate this year, according to Worldwide ERC.

“Earning the CRP designation is an incredible accomplishment, and I’m thrilled to be part of such a select group of relocation and mobility experts,” said Daniels. “I’m confident that the knowledge and skills I gained while studying and working for the CRP will greatly benefit the relocation clients that I support in the Research Triangle area of North Carolina.”

In her current role at Fonville Morisey, Daniels is responsible for the day-to-day operations in the brokerage’s relocation center. She also oversees account management of Fonville Morisey’s Research Triangle region clients, which includes relocation management companies, corporate clients, affinity programs and the Leading Real Estate Companies of the World (LeadingRE) partnerships. Daniels’ position also requires her to identify new sources of business, form strong strategic partnerships with clients, assist companies in their recruiting efforts, and stay current on relocation policies and procedures.

Daniels is active in the local community, as well as industry groups like Worldwide ERC. She is involved in the North Carolina Society of Human Resource Management, North Carolina Economic Development Association, and Charlotte Metro Area Relocation Council. She is active in the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce and EDGE5, serving on the Education Committee and Professional Women’s Network Committee.

A native North Carolinian and a Raleigh resident since 1988, Daniels graduated from North Carolina State University and is a loyal Wolfpack fan. She and her husband live in Wake County with their rescue dog, Crosby. For more information, visit