Founder, AML Global LLC
Ann is an intellectual property attorney and expert in government research & development (R&D) programs. She is the Founder of AML Global LLC (https://www.amlgloballlc.com), a government affairs professional services company, specializing in both U.S. and international government R&D and technology programs, policy, and agency matters. The nature of her work has her tracking current developments in emerging technology from blockchain and its applications, to changing areas of intellectual property law. She is a Board Member for https://saferoyalties.com/.
As an attorney with government and private sector experience, Ann has interacted with all branches of U.S. government, international programs offices, and is internationally known for her expertise in government R&D and technology development programs.
Ann served as a legislative assistant & counsel to United States Senator Jim Bunning. While working as senior staff in the U.S. Senate, she managed a diverse legislative portfolio which included commerce, NASA, science & technology, homeland security, aviation, transportation and infrastructure, and workforce development issues. Prior to her work in the U.S. Senate, Ann served in senior staff positions on political campaigns and was in private practice.
Ann has a degree in physics from Lake Forest College, where she proudly completed four years on her school’s NCAA Division III Swim Team. She graduated from the University of Illinois Chicago School of Law, where she specialized in intellectual property. While in law school, Ann served on the executive editorial board for the JMLS Journal of Computer & Information Law and completed her first marathon during this time.
Ann is active with civic and professional associations and focuses her involvement with the International Republican Institute [IRI] and the American Bar Association [ABA].
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