Chrissie has over 15 years of experience in the business intelligence, brand protection and domain sector she has worked to develop the MarkMonitor brand internationally. Through her career, Chrissie has been responsible for the Marketing leadership and market development of major technology businesses such as Information Builders. Chrissie holds a degree in Marketing and Business Administration from Hertfordshire University and a Post Graduate in Strategic Management from Hertfordshire Business School.
Corryn is the Director of Demand Generation and Field Marketing at MarkMonitor.
During the past five years Dan has focused on a wide range of issues including affiliate and partner compliance, online traffic diversion, trademark and search engine policy abuse in pay-per-click advertising, social media brand abuse and online celebrity impersonation. In his current role, Dan helps communicate details of MarkMonitor Brand Protection internally and externally with a special focus on topics related to partner compliance and pay-per-click advertising abuse.
Darla Rumsey is a Senior Brand Client Service Manager with MarkMonitor supporting several large brands. Darla brings over 25 years of experience building and maintaining all types of channel and partner programs. She manages clients worldwide to successfully protect their brands and reputations online, including auto manufacturers, hotel brands, open source web application companies, and clients in the entertainment industry. Darla has been providing support and analysis across all brand protection modules at Markmonitor for over nine years.
Emily oversees the management of large corporate domain portfolios and works with brands to develop streamlined solutions for managing their domains. With over 7 years of program management experience, Emily is dedicated to quality customer service and strategic guidance for maximum efficiency in the domain industry. Emily holds a master’s degree in Human Development from Washington State University and conducts professional development trainings on employee productivity.