I develop and enhance privacy programs for Google devices and services in preparation for evolving privacy regulations. I define and implement governance and operating models, roll out change management materials, and structure reporting metrics and processes.
I’ve seen privacy regulations compel companies to increase resources for data governance and privacy programs. But the shift in companies’ privacy culture has been slow; consumers have not felt the full effects of the existing patchy network of privacy regulations.
And who blames them? Privacy policies are riddled with daunting legal and technical jargon, and the “I agree” button is easy to click. I confess that I, a doubly accredited privacy professional, have merely skimmed privacy policies and terms of service before agreeing so I could more expediently sign up for an application or check out of an e-commerce site.
Despite consumers' distrust of companies’ data use, benefits of service compel users to provide the data. Sometimes the immediate benefit is so great that the risk of personal data collection is secondary, like having a home assistant tell you the weather as you rush to leave the house.
I believe consumers should not have to sacrifice privacy or security simply because companies do not face restrictions in data collection, protection and use.
|2022 - present||Technical Program Manager||I manage a global compliance program supporting Google wearables. I also support privacy on Google devices and services.|
|2018 - 2022||Deloitte||Data Privacy Manager||I supported global commercial companies to build resilient data privacy and protection programs with the goal of providing consumers with data security, transparency and choice.|
|2017 - 2018||Atlantic Media | National Journal||Cyber & Defense Policy Analyst||I analyzed global, national, and state privacy regulations and technology trends, and briefed clients on cyber and defense policies.|