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Fuentek Announces the Appointment of Danielle McCulloch as a Vice President

(June 30, 2015)

Danielle McCulloch

Danielle McCulloch

(RALEIGH, N.C.) - Fuentek, a technology transfer, business development, and research and development advisor, is introducing a new Vice President. Fuentek is internationally trusted to provide innovation management strategies, technical expertise, insightful analysis of market research and competitive intelligence, and branding and marketing services. As a leader in this field, the company is pleased to appoint Danielle McCulloch as a new Vice President of Fuentek.

As Vice President of Fuentek, McCulloch will build upon her current responsibilities, providing strategic consulting services to a variety of technology transfer organizations. McCulloch manages commercialization efforts for large portfolios of intellectual property (IP) for government, university and commercial clients; advises clients regarding strategic communications with key stakeholders; and guides deal negotiations to secure licenses and collaborative R&D partnerships. McCulloch will fulfill her responsibilities from Spokane, Washington, where she currently resides.

"Danielle has been a great asset to Fuentek since she began with us in 2008," said Laura Schoppe, Founder and President of Fuentek. "Throughout the years she has helped pave the way for Fuentek's success in the field of technology transfer, and we know she will continue to chart new territory in her new role."

Danielle McCulloch graduated from Washington University with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and went on to earn her MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. During her time at Fuentek she has been involved in everything from strategic analysis of IP portfolios and strategic planning for technology transfer offices to helping to negotiate licensing deals and developing websites, videos, annual reports, and other major marketing collateral.  

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