Association of Corporate Counsel honors CellTrust privacy officer

CellTrust Corporation, a Scottsdale-based global leader in traceable and secure mobile communication and message aggregation, has announced that K Royal, the company’s vice president, assistant general counsel and privacy officer, is this year’s recipient of The Association of Corporate Counsel’s Robert I. Townsend Jr. Member of the Year Award.

One of the highest honors the ACC can bestow, Ms. Royal was selected from among over 40,000 fellow members around the globe for her exceptional contributions and dedication to the association.

Award recipients this year have pioneered innovative practices and play an integral role in the ACC’s advancement as the premier global organization for in-house counsel.

“We are delighted with the ACC’s selection of K Royal as Member of the Year for her unparalleled leadership, service and commitment to the in-house counsel community,” said Sean Moshir, chairman and CEO of CellTrust.

“As privacy and cybersecurity policies evolve, K’s expertise is an invaluable resource for CellTrust and our customers.”

Ms. Royal has contributed to a vast number of ACC member service areas, having held various leadership positions in chapters and committees, served on the ACC Docket Editorial Advisory Board, authored numerous articles for ACC, and is one of the founding members of ACC’s newest global initiative supporting women in-house counsel which was announced this week at the ACC annual meeting in Boston.

“It is incredibly rewarding when I am able to help customers understand essential security and privacy risks surrounding new regulations, technologies or policies such as BYOD,” said K Royal of CellTrust.

“I am thrilled to be recognized by the ACC with the Robert I. Townsend Jr. Member of the Year Award. It is an honor to receive this distinction amongst so many other talented members in my field.”

For additional information about ACC’s award winners, visit www.acc.com/awards.

 

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