JiNan Glasgow George, Neo IP Founder and CEO, has been named to the IAM Strategy 300 – The World’s Leading IP Strategists for the third consecutive year. The IAM Strategy 300 “identifies the individuals who are leading the way in the development and implementation of strategies that maximize the value of IP portfolios.”

The list is compiled via an extensive research process including online nominations, telephone, email and in-person interviews. To make the list, individuals must be nominated by at least three peers from outside of their own organization, followed by rigorous analysis of the individual’s contributions by a team of researchers. In addition, this extensive research process also involves face-to-face and telephone interviews, as well as email exchanges, with senior members of the global IP community.

Speaking from the IAM IPBC Global 2019 Conference in Boston, Massachusetts, JiNan said it is quite an honor to be recognized for a third time. “To be nominated by my peers and listed alongside so many of my esteemed colleagues and mentors is truly humbling,” JiNan said.

The IAM Strategy 300 includes individuals across a range of sectors and backgrounds, from IP sales and acquisition to finance, legal, licensing and tech transfer, to name just a few.

About JiNan Glasgow George

JiNan is recognized worldwide for her expertise in Intellectual Property. She has spoken about Intellectual Property in front of the UN, and been a featured speaker at Intellectual Property conferences in India, Italy, France, South Africa, Mexico, Ghana, as well as New York City, San Francisco, and Chicago.

As an inventor, entrepreneur, patent attorney and former USPTO patent examiner, JiNan’s background gives her the ability to see intellectual property from the corporate, legal services and government perspectives – a unique personal perspective not common in this industry. Her technical background includes textiles, mechanical, chemical and electrical engineering. In addition, she has experience with polymer fiber science composites, biomedical devices, surgical applications, fiber optics, software, energy, biotech, and pulp/paper science. She has degrees in engineering, law and theology from NC State, UNC Chapel Hill, and Duke University, respectively.