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Debra Easter, Trademark Licensing Coordinator for Queen’s University
Email AddressDebra Easter is the Trademark Licensing Coordinator for Queen’s University under the Office of the Dean of Student Affairs where she an Assistant to the Dean. Debra performs all functions of the program, from interviewing prospective licensees, approving uses, designs and products, processing applications, executing trademark licenses to tracking royalty payments. Debra is looking forward to attending her annual ICLA conference. Queen's University has been a member of ACLA/ICLA since 1988.

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John C. "Jay" Marano, Licensing Coordinator for Carnegie Mellon University
Email AddressJay Marano is an alumnus from West Virginia University, has been a member of the Association of Collegiate Licensing Administrators (ACLA) now the International Collegiate Licensing Association (ICLA) since 1995 and has served on the ICLA Board of Directors since 2003. He has been a facilitator, panelist, and co-presenter at several ACLA and ICLA annual national conferences, workshops and symposiums. Since 1995, Jay has been the sole administrator for The Trademark Licensing Office at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Currently working in the Office of the General Counsel, He is responsible for all aspects of trademark and licensing services for this independently run trademark licensing program.

Carnegie Mellon's Divisions of Business Administration and University Planning presented Jay with the Staff Recognition Award for "Excellence in Innovation and Process Improvement" in 1997 for his work in building the trademark licensing program. He was nominated for a university-wide award for "University Citizenship" in 2002 for his cross departmental efforts in gaining the endorsement of Carnegie Mellon's administration for a Code of Workplace Conduct addressing the anti-sweatshop movement. He currently serves as Carnegie Mellon's liaison to both the Worker Rights Consortium (WRC) and the Fair Labor Association (FLA). Jay represents small licensing programs and schools with no licensing programs on the FLA's University Advisory Council Executive Committee.

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