Jenni has over 12 years of experience in the Domain industry. Most recently, she has provided strategic consultative services for MarkMonitor clients in the areas of new gTLD program strategy, domain portfolio right-sizing, and domain portfolio optimization. Previous positions include experience as a Brand Protection Client Services Manager, managing strategies and tactical solutions for combatting counterfeit and grey market sales, trademark infringement and other online threats and Domain Provisioner, responsible for forming and maintaining relationships with domain name registries around the world.
For more than 15 years, Statton has provided companies with strategic business advice and guidance on Internet policy, domain name strategy, compliance, and brand protection. As former general counsel and officer of several public, private, and non-profit corporations in the Internet industry including Network Solutions, Enom, Rightside, NameJet, and Name.com, Statton has led teams that have developed tactics, policies, procedures, and industry best practices to tackle several forms of abusive online behavior including consumer fraud, dissemination of counterfeit goods, illegal pharmacies, and trademark infringement. Statton holds a BA in Government from the University of Virginia and a JD from the University of Maine School of Law.
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.
Kelly brings to MarkMonitor more than 15 years of journalistic and professional writing experience. Having earned her bachelor’s degree in English and a master’s degree in advertising, this self-proclaimed “brand warrior” now focuses her work on stories about protecting company names in the marketplace.