Certified Licensing Professionals, Inc.

Elevating the Licensing Profession Through Knowledge and Standards


Earning the CLP provides a way to retain a high standard of professionalism and helps ensure the licensing profession continues to be recognized by other professions.  I will continue to maintain my CLP distinction and would recommend the opportunity to others in the field.

- Luis Mejia, CLP,
Associate Director, Stanford University

Bio Details


Katharine Ku, Stanford University

Katharine Ku is Director of the Office of Technology Licensing (OTL) at Stanford University.  OTL is responsible for the licensing of various state-of-the-art university technologies and industry sponsored research agreements, material transfer agreements and collaborations.

Ku has been active in the Licensing Executive Society (LES), serving as Vice President, Western Region and Trustee of LES and various committee chairs.  She also has served as President of the Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM) from 1988-90. She received the AUTM 2001 Bayh-Dole Award for her efforts in university licensing. In 1999, Stanford OTL received the Licensing Executives Society Achievement Award for licensing, the Society’s most prestigious award.

Ku was a member of the National Academy of Sciences committee which issued the report entitled Management of University Intellectual Property: Lessons from a Generation of Experience, Research, and Dialogue.  She is a Board of Governors member of the Certified Licensing Professional (CLP) organization and a member of the Board of Directors of BIO.

Ku has a B.S. Chemical Engineering (Cornell University), an M.S. in Chemical Engineering (Washington University in St. Louis) and is a registered patent agent.

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