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KE Charles Olschanski is the senior director of investigations for Tiffany and Company and he has been with Tiffany since 1997. Charles is ultimately responsible for implementing and executing the company’s global investigation strategy that includes oversight for all the efforts aimed at trademark enforcement. Charles works closely and collaborates with members of law enforcement around the globe as well as key investigative firms and task forces dedicated to combating counterfeiting. Daniel Pearson is a strategic intelligence manager based in Washington, D.C. for Western Union’s Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU). He joined Western Union’s FIU in November 2014 and in that time has also performed the roles of investigator, strategic intelligence analyst, and senior strategic intelligence analyst. He is also Western Union’s seconded representative to AUSTRAC’s Fintel Alliance – a public-private partnership that facilitates financial intelligence sharing between the Australian government and financial institutions. He has a master of science in applied intelligence from Mercyhurst University and a bachelor of commerce from the University of Sydney. Partnering with Duncan DeVille (Western Union SVP and BSA Officer) Daniel has also co-authored a book chapter, Responding to Money Transfers by Foreign Terrorist Fighters, published in the 2018 Palgrave Handbook of Criminal and Terrorism Financing Law. Darryl Pugh has a combined total of twenty-one (21) years law enforcement experience. He began his law enforcement career as a deputy sheriff in Cook County, Illinois in 1998 and he transitioned to federal law enforcement with the U.S. Border Patrol in 2002. During his tenure with U.S. Border Patrol, he worked operations to combat alien smuggling and narcotics smuggling along the southwestern border in El Centro, California and assignments in Yuma, Tucson and Casa Grande, Arizona. He received a transfer to Detroit, Michigan and later transitioned to a special agent with the Detroit field office of Homeland Security Investigations. He has investigated transnational criminal organizations and he has investigated terrorism cases as a member of the Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF). He has supervised various investigative programmatic areas including an assignment as the HSI district coordinator to the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF) Program in Detroit. He is currently assigned to the Global Trade Task Force (GTTF) as the group supervisor (GS). The GTTF consists of special agents and officers from HSI’s Global Trade Investigations/ Counter-Proliferation Investigations, U.S. Customs and Border Protection-Office of Field Operations, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration – Office of Criminal Investigations, and the U.S. Department of Commerce – Bureau of Industry and Security. The GTTF’s goal is to leverage robust import and export controls and combine investigative, interdiction, regulatory, and licensing capabilities from all partner agencies to combat illicit trade fraud crimes. GS Pugh holds a bachelor of science in criminal justice from Grambling State University and a master degree in public administration from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Devin McClenton is a global intelligence analyst on the IP protection & enforcement team at Dolby Laboratories, Inc. He leads investigations against infringers of Dolby’s intellectual property on a global scale, supports trademark enforcement by conducting law enforcement and CBP trainings in the Americas, and leads Dolby’s online enforcement efforts. Devin also supports the enforcement of unlicensed supply chain activity by aiding in audits across global regions and strengthening licensee compliance. Devin graduated with a degree in criminal justice at Michigan State University and was previously an intern at the A-CAPP Center where he learned the fundamentals of brand protection and carried that knowledge into his role at Dolby. Now with over two years of brand protection experience, Devin is looking forward to continuing building his knowledge and experience in the brand protection field. Donna Gregory is the unit chief at the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) under the FBI Cyber Division, Cyber Operations V Section and leads a unit of approximately 35 cyber and criminal division staff. She has served with the FBI for 25 years, entering on duty July 1994. Her primary focus is working with both the private and public sector to develop effective alliances, define growing trends, and ensure IC3 filed information is processed for investigative and intelligence purposes for law enforcement and public awareness. She has been with the IC3 since its development in 2000. Prior to the IC3, Ms Gregory was a supervisor in the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) where she assisted in the set-up phase of NICS program after the implementation of the Brady bill. 9 Donya Strong is the trademark/intellectual property prosecutor for the North Carolina Secretary of State. In this capacity she prosecutes or assists in the prosecution of counterfeiters and the sellers of counterfeit goods in North Carolina in an effort to prevent further harm to mark holders and consumers alike. She comes to the North Carolina Department of the Secretary of State armed with eleven years of experience as an assistant district attorney and law firm associate. As an assistant district attorney, Ms. Strong has prosecuted a variety of cases in the district attorney’s offices of Durham and Wayne counties, including arson, child abuse, domestic violence, embezzlement, fraud, homicide, identity theft, notary violations, property crimes, and sexual assault. She also worked as an associate at Harris & Associates, PLLC, where she represented clients in various courts throughout the state. Before attending law school at North Carolina Central University, Ms. Strong worked as journalist at two major daily newspapers and has a journalism degree (Spanish minor) from Howard University in Washington, DC.