ICLA Announces 2018-19 Officers and Board of Directors|
CLEVELAND - The members of the International Collegiate Licensing Association (ICLA) have selected Adam Parker, licensing & trademark manager at BYU, to serve as President for the 2018-19 membership year.
“This is a great honor to serve as the next President of ICLA,” said Parker. “I hope to build upon the great things that Tami and other Past Presidents have done to make ICLA what it is today.”
Parker takes over for Tami Breymeyer, who served as President for 2017-18. Parker is joined by the 2018-19 Officers, Samantha Stevens, director of licensing at Michigan State University, who will serve as 1st Vice President, and 2nd Vice President, Nikki Goodenow, assistant director of trademark licensing at West Virginia University. ICLA welcomes Karen Dertinger, assistant director, trademark and licensing services at The Ohio State University who will serve as the 3rd Vice President.
In addition to the 2018-19 Officers, the ICLA Board of Directors will assist in the development and advancement of the Association. The 2018-19 Board of Directors will consist of: Brian Delehoy, senior director of licensing at Top of the World; Alixe Holcomb, director of trademarks and licensing at the University of Arizona; Brian Hommel, director of trademark licensing at LSU; Renata Kukowski, vice president of licensing, marketing & product development at Top of the World; Dexter LaMont, director, trademark licensing and marketing at Florida Atlantic University and Kyle Luttrell, vice president - sales and licensing at Image One. Selected to terms on the board were Jim Clanton, director of licensing at Old Dominion University and Candace Stimmel, director of licensing at the University of Oklahoma.
About ICLA: ICLA provides educational and networking opportunities, enhancement of acceptable operating standards and ethics, and establishment of the overall prestige and understanding of the profession of collegiate licensing. For more information on ICLA, please visit www.iclanet.com. ICLA is administered by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), which is in its 54th year. For more information on NACDA and the 17 professional associations that fall under its umbrella, please visit www.nacda.com.