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DAVID GLYNNOf Counsel, Holland and HartMr. Glynn has extensive experience conducting detailed internal investigations and ...
LINDA MORRISExport Controls Advisor, Office of Research Integrity and Compliance,University of Colorado Boulder (UCB)Linda...
LIZBETH RODRIGUEZOf Counsel, Holland & HartMs. Rodriguez advises U.S. and international clients on U.S. federal laws and r...
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Rocky Mountain Export Compliance and Enforcement Forum Abbreviated Presenter Bios

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You are invited and encouraged to the Rocky Mountain Export Compliance and Enforcement Forum, October 17, hosted by the US Commercial Service, Denver Export Assistance Center.

It is a lower-cost, high-quality, unique, practical application-oriented hands-on program being held at the law firm of Holland and Hart LLP, 555 Seventeenth Street, Suite 3200, Denver CO 80202-3979.

This document provides abbreviated bios on each of the speakers, luncheon keynote, moderators and panel members at this educational and interactive one-day program that includes the seminar and networking reception.

For a one-page flyer with agenda details and more information go to http://www.scribd.com/doc/101878040/Rocky-Mountain-Export-Compliance-Forum-Flyer.

A variety of discounts are available. For convenient online registration go to https://www.regonline.com/rockymountainforum.

If you have questions, contact Katie Cloyd, 303-295-8188; kmcloyd@hollandhart.com.

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Rocky Mountain Export Compliance and Enforcement Forum Abbreviated Presenter Bios

  1. 1. Rocky Mountain Export Compliance and Enforcement Forum Seminar Speaker and Moderator Abbreviated Bios (As of 9/28/2012)Here is an alphabetical listing of speakers/moderators with an abbreviated bio on each.JOHN ANDERSONManaging Partner, Avant International LLCMr. Anderson has extensive expertise in both U.S. and international exportregulations. Prior to founding Avant, he spent eight years with J.P. Morgan’s TradeManagement Consulting group (fka Vastera), where he was a Vice President based inColorado and Singapore. Mr. Anderson performs and leads client engagements covering allmanner of topics under the Export Administration Regulations and International Traffic inArms Regulations. Although the U.S. export control regulations remain John’s principal areaof expertise, his understanding of various national and supra-national export controlregimes has given him the opportunity to serve a variety of clients throughout Europe andAsia. John is an appointed member of the Rocky Mountain District Export Council and hasdelivered several public lectures, seminars, and workshops on export controls. Mr.Anderson holds a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from the University of Colorado at Boulder.ERIC DOLLManaging Partner, Avant International LLCEric has over twelve years experience in trade compliance, export controls and relatedenforcement matters. He brings in-depth expertise and understanding of regulatoryrequirements and how to practically apply them to key business strategies. Prior to hiscurrent position, Eric worked for five years as an Export Compliance Consultant for J.P.Morgan’s Trade Management Consulting group. There Eric was responsible for assessingexport compliance activities, export licensing, classification, jurisdiction and audits for awide-variety of clients across all industries, providing guidance and hands-on assistance forthe International Traffic in Arms Regulations and Export Administration Regulations.Beginning his career in the import arena, Eric also worked in a variety of international tradepositions at Vastera and within IBM’s Global Logistics America Division. Eric has lived andworked in the United States and Europe. A native of Colorado, Eric received his B.A. inEconomics from Colorado State University.BETH GIBSONSpecial Assistant US Attorney for the District of Colorado,Department of Homeland SecurityBeth recently joined the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the District of Colorado to prosecuteviolations of customs and immigration laws. From 2004 to 2009, she was an Assistant U.S.Attorney in the Eastern District of Virginia prosecuting crimes in both the Terrorism andNational Security and Major Crimes Units. From March 2009 to July 2012, Beth served asthe Senior Counselor to the Director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE),the second largest federal law enforcement agency. In that role, among other things, shehelped to refocus ICE’s immigration enforcement, criminal and civil. From 1999 to 2004,Beth held a variety of positions in the Department of Justice, Executive Office forImmigration Review. In 1999, she graduated summa cum laude as the valedictorian of herlaw school, the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville. 1
  2. 2. DAVID GLYNNOf Counsel, Holland and HartMr. Glynn has extensive experience conducting detailed internal investigations and auditsrelated to export controls, trade sanctions, and Customs laws. He works with clients in thedevelopment, drafting, and implementation of compliance programs in various areas offederal regulatory law. With significant experience in federal regulation of internationalbusiness, Dave represents international and domestic companies in complex civil andcriminal investigations involving the Departments of State, Commerce, Treasury, Justiceand Customs and Border Protection. Mr. Glynn is on the Board of Directors of the WorldTrade Center Denver, and he speaks regularly at conferences, seminars, and workshopsabout export controls and trade sanctions.KUMAR C. KIBBLESpecial Agent in Charge (SAIC), Homeland Security Investigations,U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Denver, ColoradoAs the SAIC, Mr. Kibble oversees 17 offices in Colorado, Montana, Utah and Wyoming. Heleads the daily investigative operations targeting transnational criminal enterprises. Prior tothis assignment, Mr. Kibble served as ICE Deputy Director in Washington, D.C. As theagency’s top career official, he was responsible for an annual budget of almost $6 billionand more than 20,000 employees at over 400 offices--including more than 70 internationallocations in U.S. embassies and consulates worldwide. Mr. Kibble graduated from the U.S.Military Academy at West Point, New York, with a Bachelor of Science degreeconcentrating in National Security and Public Affairs. He began his government service in1990 as an Army infantry officer in the 82nd Airborne Division. After transitioning to a federallaw enforcement career in 1994, he worked in several offices in southern California,Colorado and Washington, D.C. He is a recipient of the 2011 Presidential Rank Award.TRIP MACKINTOSHPartner, Holland and HartWith an international reputation as an effective advocate in export controls, trade sanctions,anti-corruption, related compliance, and white collar defense, Mr. Mackintosh defendsdomestic and foreign corporations, directors, and other personnel facing investigation underU.S. export controls and other trade sanctions, as well as federal laws affecting securities,environmental controls, healthcare, money laundering, and Customs. These trade sanctionslaws include the Arms Export Control Act, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and theInternational Emergency Economic Powers Act, as well as their implementing regulations.In 2011 and 2012, he has been the only attorney outside of Washington, D.C. to benationally ranked by Chambers USA for International Trade: Export Controls and EconomicSanctions. Mr. Mackintosh is a frequent speaker at national and international conferencesand seminars, and he publishes regularly on export controls and trade sanctions. 2
  3. 3. LINDA MORRISExport Controls Advisor, Office of Research Integrity and Compliance,University of Colorado Boulder (UCB)Linda Morris performs numerous tasks in support of UCB projects related to trade includingproducing and auditing export documents; preparation and submission of TechnicalAssistance Agreements and licenses; ensuring precise communication to/from UCBcounterparts and US Government organizations. She is responsible for determining properexport compliance jurisdiction and classification; providing site education/training on exportcontrols; managing other compliance personnel and freight forwarder relationships; writingand maintaining policies, processes and procedures; assisting in development of UCB’sinternal compliance program; participating as a core member of the UCB System-wideExport Controls Planning Committee; working with external legal counsel; attending a wide-variety of seminars, workshops and other events to stay current on export and tradecompliance regulations. She recently published the University of Colorado’s Introduction toExport Controls On-Line Training Program. Linda previously worked at The RAND NationalSecurity Research Division, Santa Monica, California.JOHN P. PRIECKOPresident and Managing Partner, Trade Compliance SolutionsTrade Compliance Solutions is a network of professionals assisting the trade compliancecommunity providing, evaluating and recommending seasoned resources to assist them incomplying with the letter & spirit of US Government (USG) laws & regulations. John has a15+ year career in trade compliance as Director of International Trade Compliance, SeniorEmpowered Official and Vice President of Global Trade Compliance at J.P. Morgan. Hehas unique in-depth practical expertise & diverse experience in the USG, industry, as aconsultant and working with law firms dealing with all aspects of the global integrated supplychain. John is also an accomplished author of trade compliance and related articles--aspeaker at many conferences, seminars, workshops and other events. Among variousaffiliations he is a member of the International Compliance Professionals Association,Society for International Affairs and the Virginia/Washington DC District Export Council.NICK J. RINALDISenior Compliance Manager, North America/Europe, Middle East and Africa,Global Import/Export, Polycom CorporationMr. Rinaldi is based in Westminster, Colorado, and works for Polycom CorporateHeadquarters in San Jose, California. Polycom is publicly traded with revenues over 1Billion US dollars that sells communication equipment. With 20 years in operations andformally with Boulder based Spectralink, he was the Director of Global Logistics andCompliance. He’s responsible for Polycom’s international trade compliance programs. Andfor all export and import compliance matters to ensure regulatory requirements are meet.Mr. Rinaldi also oversees training and education programs. Additionally, he is responsiblefor the logistics and freight management in North America as well as in Europe. Mr. Rinaldihas 8 years’ experience in global trade and has been involved with a variety of export andimport related voluntary disclosers. Nick attended the University of New Mexico andPortland Community College studying Electronic Engineering. He is an active 10 yearmember of the World Trade Center Denver. 3
  4. 4. LIZBETH RODRIGUEZOf Counsel, Holland & HartMs. Rodriguez advises U.S. and international clients on U.S. federal laws and regulationsgoverning international business, including the International Traffic in Arms Regulations, theExport Administration Regulations, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act , and the ForeignAsset Controls Regulations. She routinely represents clients in civil and criminalinvestigations involving the Departments of State, Commerce, and Treasury. She hassignificant experience in export controls, trade sanctions, and related compliance matters.In these areas, Ms. Rodriguez has recognized experience in conducting detailed internalinvestigations and export compliance audits. She also regularly helps her clients develop,draft, and implement compliance programs in response to investigations or to proactivelyavoid investigation and potential litigation. Ms. Rodriguez regularly publishes and speaksabout export controls and trade sanctions.LISA XINOSEmpowered Official, Ball Aerospace & Technologies CorporationLisa provides expert guidance on international trade compliance and related matters. Sheis responsible for submitting and obtaining Technical Assistance Agreements and licensesin a timely fashion to support program activity; determining jurisdiction andclassification/categories for export of hardware and technology; reviewing and approvingtechnical papers for publication and public release; maintaining records in accordance withgovernment regulations and company policies, processes and procedures; tailoringeducation/training content and materials for select groups of employees; developing anddelivering all program-specific agreements and licenses; interacting with senior internal andexternal personnel on significant matters regarding trade compliance; coordinating with BallAerospace organizations to establish and maintain working relationships with seniorbusiness unit personnel in Marketing, Program/Capture Management, Engineering,Contracts, Supply Chain and Shipping; providing seasoned advice on international tradecompliance; obtaining ongoing education and training for familiarity with US export controllaws and regulations. Lisa is a certified Six Sigma Plus Green Belt. 4