has announced two executives, Carla Silva, vice president and general manager, global head of licensing,
(a unit of HEARST), and Rebecca Tatlock, vice president, business development, games and emerging media,
, joined its foundation board, effective July 1.
“We are so happy to welcome Carla and Rebecca to our foundation board,” says Maura Regan, president, Licensing International. “Their diverse experiences and invaluable knowledge will support the Licensing International Foundation’s charitable initiatives and the brand licensing community at large. I want to thank outgoing Foundation Board member, Marc Schneider, who moved to Licensing International’s Board of Directors, for his time and dedication to our community.”
In 2020, The Licensing International Foundation announced its new mission to focus on the education of future licensing leaders through the Licensing International Scholarship Program. The program awards grants between $2,500
The 2022 Licensing International Scholarship Program recipients are Lara Kotb, Laura Judit Fekete and Stefan Sabur. Kotb and Fekete received the inaugural Alby Amato Scholarships, funded by Mad Engine.
The next Licensing International Scholarship Program fundraiser is Licensing International’s Hall of Fame luncheon. The event will take place in New York City on Dec. 7 at Gotham Hall.
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