Keeping up with ever changing Partner Government Agency (PGA) regulations is a key component for ensuring your freight shipments move smoothly across US borders. Join our global trade compliance experts as they walk you through the role of PGAs when importing to the US and how upcoming changes may affect your shipments.
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Cross-Border Trade Compliance Manager
Kelly manages the compliance oversight of UPS’s brokerage offices on both the US Northern and Southern borders. Kelly is an active member of various trade associations, including serving in a Board of Director’s position with the Northern Border Customs Broker’s Association. Kelly earned her Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Baker College and has worked in the Customs Brokerage industry since 1982, receiving her Customs Brokerage License in 1988.
Brokerage Compliance Manager
Stuart serves as a manager of trade services on the Corporate Compliance team that works to ensure UPS compliance procedures align with both Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and Partner Government Agency (PGA) regulations. In addition to providing consulting services to UPS customers, he has deep knowledge and experience with Trade Agreements, Foreign Trade Zones, Anti-Dumping/ Countervailing Duty and numerous Partner Government Agency programs. Stuart earned his Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Malone University and is a Licensed Customs Broker. He is also certified by CBP in the Broker Importer Self-Assessment Program (ISA) and as a NCBFAA Certified Export Specialist.