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Kim Hall departs CLIA

Kim Hall departs CLIA

Kim Hall, director of technical and regulatory affairs - operational and security, has left Cruise Lines International Association and is running her own maritime consulting firm. There was no immediate word on a successor.

Hall was part of the technical and regulatory affairs group led by svp Bud Darr.

She joined CLIA in 2014 after working with industry and government representatives at the Homeland Security Studies and Analysis Institute and the Center of Naval Analyses.

Last July Hall was appointed to the National Maritime Security Advisory Committee by US Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson. She also served on Customs and Border Protection's User Fee Advisory Committee.

Posted 11 January 2017

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