19 Oct Three Attorneys Selected to Serve on INTA
We are pleased to announce that Colleen Goss, Sandra Koenig, and Kathryn Chambers have been selected to serve on various INTA Committees for the 2022 – 2023 term! The committee selection process occurs every two years, and members are selected among hundreds of applicants.
Colleen has been appointed to the Publications Committee and was also named the Chair of the Committee for the ’22 – ’23 term. The Publications Committee identifies, evaluates, and develops concepts and proposals for members-only resources. They oversee the efforts of project teams of contributing editors and writers who develop and produce INTA’s Practice Guides and treatises. They also develop and produce short-form publications such as checklists, fact sheets, industry and topic papers, and other resources and partner with other committees to facilitate the creation of new and relevant resources.
Sandra, who is currently part of the Leadership Development Committee, was appointed to the same Committee for the ’22 – ’23 term. This past term, Sandra served as Co-Chair of the TMAP Project Team of the Leadership Development Committee. The Leadership Development Committee develops insightful, engaging, and interactive educational programs and services specifically designed for the professional growth and development of INTA volunteers to perform leadership roles within the Association or their organizations.
Kathryn has been appointed to the Unreal Campaign Committee, which advances INTA’s consumer awareness initiative designed to educate young consumers (ages 14–23) about the importance of trademarks, brands, and the dangers of counterfeit products. Committee members are responsible for organizing student presentations in their respective regions. This includes contacting, planning, and teaching the Unreal Campaign program at their local schools. Currently, student presentations are available in twenty languages: Afrikaans, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Macedonian, Montenegrin, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovenian, and Spanish.