New members named to COAC
U.S. Customs and Border Protection on Friday released the names of seven new industry representatives selected by the departments of Homeland Security and Treasury to serve on a key border federal advisory panel on cargo security and customs issues.
The new members of the Commercial Operations Advisory Committee are:
' Colleen Clark, Roanoke Trade Services Inc., Chicago. Roanoke provides customs bonds and other types of cargo and transport insurance.
' Robert DeCamp, director of regulatory affairs, Deringer Logistics Consulting Group, Rouses Point, N.Y.
' Michael Ford, vice president of regulatory compliance and quality for Philadelphia-based forwarder BDP International.
' Karen Lobdell, director of trade security and supply chain services for Chicago-based law firm Drinker Biddle & Reath Drinker.
' Kenneth Roberts, director international business relations, Kraft Foods Global Inc.
' Barbara Vatier, managing director cargo services, Air Transport Association, Washington, D.C.
' Jeffrey Whalen, assistant general counsel for customs and international trade, Nike Inc., Beaverton, Ore.
Returning for a second, two-year term are:
' Earl Agron, APL Ltd., Oakland, Calif.;
' Samuel Banks, Sandler & Travis Trade Advisory Services Inc., Washington, D.C.
' Adrienne Braumiller, Braumiller Schultz & Co., Dallas.
' William Cook, Chrysler, Auburn Hills, Mich.
' Don Huber, General Electric Co., Fort Myers, Fla.
' Jevon Jamison, ABF Freight Systems, Fort Smith, Ark.
' Barry O’Brien, Hasbro, Pawtucket, R.I.
' Alison Reichstein, Hewlett-Packard Development Co., West Chester, Pa.
' Bethann Rooney, Port Authority of New York-New Jersey.
' Leigh Schmid, Limited Brands, Columbus, Ohio.
' Carol Sheldon, DHL Global Forwarding, Southfield, Mich.
' Bradley Shorser, Sears Holdings Corp., Chicago.