Kari Kammel has been Assistant Director of Outreach for A-CAPP for the last seven years. In that capacity, she has been responsible for the Center’s education programming, student internship program and placement, and heads the outreach to brand protection stakeholders. During her tenure, Kari has maintained an active research agenda on legal issues pertaining to trademark counterfeiting, U.S. state and federal law, e-commerce and social media liability for trademark counterfeiting, public international and intellectual property legal issues, and the impact of culture in the Middle East on intellectual property and trademark enforcement. Kari now takes over the helm of the A-CAPP Center as Director. Listen to her unique journey in establishing rule of law in Middle Eastern war-torn countries post 9/11, coordinating international collaborations and understandings, international human rights work and how she came to the A-CAPP Center to focus on brand protection, drawing from her expansive global experiences. Hear her story and prepare to be impressed.