With over four years of experience in Brand Protection, he has focused on building a comprehensive, effective brand protection strategy for global brands in various industries including technology, apparel, sports and entertainment. Zac has managed a team of Brand Protection Analysts, and has helped establish industry-standard anti-counterfeiting best practices looking across multiple digital channels. Zac holds a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from the University of Idaho and a Master's of Business Administration, graduating with honors, from Northwest Nazarene University.
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.
Sherry has over 17 years of experience working on strategic projects with various stakeholders. She is currently responsible for managing gTLDs for MarkMonitor, including overseeing the launch of new gTLDs on behalf of Markmonitor. She cultivates relationships with industry partners for MarkMonitor’s Domain business. Sherry began her career at MarkMonitor managing large, complex domain portfolios and helping clients develop domain strategies. Sherry holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication, Public Relations from the University of Idaho.
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.