Press release from the Industry Council for Tangible Assets
The Industry Council for Tangible Assets is expanding its team with
legal and legislative-affairs expertise.
Effective Oct. 3, Jonathon Villavicencio of Sacramento, Calif.,
became the association’s legislative-affairs coordinator.
Villavicencio brings to ICTA his expansive knowledge of legislative
and regulatory processes, having spent the past two years working as a
legislative/regulatory consultant for clients ranging from Fortune 500
companies to national associations.
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ICTA’s executive director, Kathy McFadden, said, “At State Net, John
reorganized and completely reworked the legislative/regulatory
processes of many major American businesses and associations, and this
will be one of his chief responsibilities with ICTA.”
Villavicencio went to law school, and passed the bar, in California,
having concentrated his studies in contract law, business law,
negotiations, and statutory interpretation. He will be putting this
knowledge to work as ICTA looks to bring its internal bylaws up to date.
“John’s work experience and studies make him a perfect fit for the
many hats he will be wearing with ICTA,” said ICTA chief operating
officer David Crenshaw.
Villavicencio is scheduled to attend the Florida United Numismatists
show from Jan. 5 to 8, where he can meet industry partners at the ICTA booth.
To reach Villavicencio, email him, telephone
him at (916) 246-8214 or write to him at ICTA, P.O. Box 160104,
Sacramento, CA 95816.