DC Privacy Forum 2024

DC Privacy Forum: AI Forward June 5, 2024 @ 9:00am - 8:30pm ET


Join FPF for its inaugural DC Privacy Forum: AI Forward which explores the intersection of data privacy and AI, set against the picturesque backdrop of Washington DC’s southwest waterfront on Wednesday, June 5, 2024.

As the world increasingly relies on AI technologies, safeguarding data privacy has never been more crucial. DC Privacy Forum: AI Forward will bring together thought leaders, industry experts, and policymakers to explore this pivotal juncture’s complex challenges and opportunities.

This event will be held in live, in-person-only format.

Transportation Information

The InterContinental Wharf DC Hotel is located at 801 Wharf Street, SW, Washington, D.C. 20024. Click here for directions to the hotel.

CAR SERVICE: For traveling guests who need to arrange transportation from Dulles International Airport (IAD) or Washington National (DCA), we recommend booking through rideshare services (Uber, Lyft, Taxis).


Centrally situated in the Greater Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area, The Wharf neighborhood is near two Metro stations, which are only a short walk or free Southwest Shuttle ride from the water. Click here for more information on transportation options to the Wharf. 

Note that the hotel’s main entrance is on Sutton Square SW on the opposite corner of Bistro Du Jour. From Maine Ave., it’s down the alley from the CVS on the corner. 

Parking at the InterContinental Hotel & Wharf Area

Valet parking is available at the InterContinental Hotel for $65/night. General garage parking is also available at the Wharf. Near the venue, there are 3 different parking garages available for hourly rates. 

  • Garage 1 – In the alley of Sutton Square SW at the intersection of Maine Ave SW (closest to the InterContinental Hotel)
  • Garage 2 – 700 Water Street SW Washington, D.C. (closest to the Hyatt House Hotel)
  • Garage 3 – 21 Parker Row SW Washington, D.C. (closest to the Pendry Hotel)
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9:00 am –
10:00 am ET





10:00 am –
10:45 am ET


From a technically focused standards-setting agency to the home of the new U.S. AI Safety Institute, NIST is playing a central role in the national strategy for advancing responsible uses of AI. The newly appointed Safety Institute Chief Vision Officer will provide an overview of the new Institute’s priorities and path forward. 

Welcome Remarks

  • Jules Polonetsky, CEO, Future of Privacy Forum
  • Alan Raul, Board Chair, Future of Privacy Forum

Keynote Remarks 

  • Adam Russell, Chief Vision Officer, U.S. Artificial Intelligence Safety Institute, NIST

10:45 am –
11:15 am ET


Talk 1: Youth & Education

FPF’s Director of Youth and Education Privacy, David Sallay, will discuss some of the trends related to AI use by kids and teens, including a deep dive into the recently released report and checklist “Vetting Generative AI Tools for Use in Schools.”

Following David, Colleen’s talk will present Pew Research Center survey findings related to youth, privacy, and AI largely focusing on the views and experiences of U.S. teenagers. It will also touch on U.S. adults’ views on related topics.


  • David Sallay, Director for Youth & Education Privacy, Future of Privacy Forum


  • Colleen McClain, Research Associate, PEW Research Center

11:15 am –
11:30 am ET





11:30 am –
12:00 pm ET


Legislative mandates and emerging standards for AI are heavily dependent on effective Risk Assessment processes, but the development of assessments that can fully address the vast range of AI risks and relevant mitigations is still a moving target.  The effective intersection of AI assessments and data protection assessments continues to be a priority, as is the importance of scaling assessments that can be impactful globally while addressing sector-specific issues. Our panel of Senior Privacy and AI executives will explore a range of topics that risk assessments can consider including the ethical implications of AI decision-making, and will explore the challenges of ensuring transparency and accountability in AI-driven risk management processes and internal governance practices.


  • Anne J Flanagan, Vice President for AI, Future of Privacy Forum


  • Ed Britan, Senior Vice President, Global Privacy & Marketing Legal, Salesforce
  • Barbara Cosgrove, Vice President, Chief Privacy Officer, Workday
  • Katherine Fick, Associate General Counsel, IBM

12:00 pm –
12:30 pm ET


Talk 2: Is Algorithmic Fairness Even Possible? 

Princeton Professor Arvind Narayanan, author of “AI Snake Oil”, will discuss his upcoming book and his scholarship on fairness and machine learning.


  • Agnes Bundy Scanlon, Board Member, Future of Privacy Forum


  • Arvind Narayanan, Professor of Computer Science, Princeton University

12:30 pm –
1:00 pm ET


AI is already having a significant impact on recruiting, hiring, assessing and promoting employees. A leading member of the EEOC will join FPF staff to discuss concerns of bias and discrimination, as well as the potential of AI-driven tools for fostering inclusive workplaces.  This panel will also review FPF’s updated Generative AI for Organizational Use checklist.


  • Adonne Washington, Policy Counsel: Data, Mobility, Location, Future of Privacy Forum


  • Keith Sonderling, Commissioner, U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
  • Lael Bellamy, Partner, DLA Piper

1:00 pm –
2:15 pm ET





2:15 pm –
2:45 pm ET


Topic 1:

  • AI Legislation: States to the Rescue?

A leading state legislator and FPF’s state AI legislation lead will discuss the perspectives and priorities that local legislators are bringing to state-level AI regulation.

Topic 2:

  • Global Convergence or Competition for Regulatory Leadership”

Are we seeing a “Brussels Effect” or an “Alliance of Democracies” as countries move rapidly to establish new laws, AI Safety Institutes, and global agreements? Is GDPR and data protection the actual AI regulator in Europe and beyond? How is trade and the race for AI leadership shaping developments?


  • Tatiana Rice, Deputy Director for U.S. Legislation, Future of Privacy Forum
  • Lee Matheson, Senior Counsel for Global Privacy, Future of Privacy Forum


  • Del. Michelle Maldonado, D-VA, 2024 Virginia House of Delegates Communications, Technology, and Innovation Committee
  • Senator Robert Rodriguez, Majority Leader, Colorado General Assembly
  • Anupam Chander, Scott K. Ginsburg Professor of Law and Technology, Georgetown University Law Center

2:45 pm –
3:30 pm ET


This debate-style format will include audience engagement via real-time votes throughout the discussions from each viewpoint to side one way or the other.

  1. Data MinimizationResolved: Data minimization is compatible with the development of artificial intelligence.
  2. U.S. Legislation Resolved: APRA Strikes the Right Balance For the Future.

Data Minimization Debators

  • Omer Tene, Partner, Goodwin Procter LLP (Opposed)
  • Samir Jain, Vice President of Policy, CDT (In Favor)

U.S. Legislation Speakers

  • Jennifer Huddleston, Senior Fellow in Technology Policy, Cato Institute (Opposed)
  • Cameron Kerry, Ann R. and Andrew H. Tisch Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Brookings Institute (In Favor)


3:30 pm –
3:45 pm ET




3:45 pm –
4:15 pm ET


The key role the FTC is playing in enforcing consumer protection standards to help prevent AI harms.


  • Stacey Gray, Senior Director U.S. Policy, Future of Privacy Forum


  • Sam Levine, Director, Bureau of Consumer Protection, Federal Trade Commission

4:15 pm –
4:45 pm ET


Lightning Topics 

  • AI + XR
  • AI + Cyber
  • EU – Guidance of DPAs on GDPR and AI 


  • Jameson Spivack, Senior Policy Analyst for Immersive Technologies, Future of Privacy Forum
  • Jim Siegl, Senior Technologist Youth & Education Privacy, Future of Privacy Forum
  • Josh Lee, Managing APAC Director, Future of Privacy Forum
  • Christina Michelakaki, Policy Counsel for Global Privacy, Future of Privacy Forum


4:45 pm –
5:00 pm ET



  • Anne J Flanagan, Vice President for Artificial Intelligence, Future of Privacy Forum


5:00 pm –
8:30 pm ET


Join us for an unforgettable evening as we commemorate a significant milestone in the FPF journey – our 15th anniversary! This special occasion holds even greater significance as we come together to honor the remarkable tenure of our esteemed Board Chair, Christopher Wolf, who is stepping down after 15 years of dedicated service.

As we reflect on the achievements and milestones of the past decade and a half, we invite you to join us for an evening of celebration, appreciation, and camaraderie. Our networking dinner promises to be an opportunity to connect with colleagues, partners, and industry peers while enjoying exquisite cuisine and lively conversation.

During the event, we will take a moment to express our heartfelt gratitude to Christopher Wolf for his invaluable leadership, vision, and unwavering commitment to guiding FPF to success.

Join us as we raise a toast to 15 years of excellence and bid farewell to a true visionary. Together, let’s celebrate the past, embrace the present, and look forward to a future filled with continued growth, innovation, and success.


  • Dale Skivington, Board Member, Future of Privacy Forum
  • Alan Raul, Board Chair, Future of Privacy Forum
  • Christopher Wolf, Founder, Future of Privacy Forum


8:30 pm –
10:00 pm ET

15th Annual Advisory Board Meeting 

Closed sessions kick-off for FPF’s Named Advisory Board members (by invite-only).

June 5 from 8:30 – 10:00pm – After Hours Networking

June 6 from 9:00 am – 10:00 pm – Day 1 of Annual Meeting program.

June 7 from 9:00 am – 12:30 pm – Day 2 of Annual Meeting program.


Click here to see the detailed agenda. Note that this site is password-protected. All invitees will have received the password in their invitation emails.



Lael Bellamy

Senior Fellow, FPF

Lael Bellamy has over 25 years of experience advising clients on U.S. privacy, consumer protection, and cyber security laws covering various issues, including AI, AdTech, data use and governance, consumer protection, and security and data breach laws. Previously, Lael was the Chief Privacy Officer of Voya/ING and The Weather Channel and led the privacy office at The Home Depot, where she addressed privacy and data use globally, including working with stakeholders to embed privacy into the design of new products and services and overseeing the privacy program with internal and external stakeholders. Lael is adept at translating privacy requirements into actionable next steps and enabling clients with the right tools and guidelines to manage and mature their own programs independently.

Lael is honored to have been named a Westin Emeritus Fellow by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), an award commemorating privacy legal scholar Alan Westin and designating Distinguished Privacy Professionals who have contributed significantly to the field. Lael served on the IAPP’s Executive Board of Directors, as President of the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) GA Chapter, and on ACC national committees. The ACC named Lael “Member of the Year” for her volunteer leadership and contributions to the in-house legal community.

Lael currently serves on the Advisory Committee of the Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta, a nonprofit organization that provides free legal services to community-based nonprofits in Georgia. Lael is a frequent speaker on privacy, AdTech, AI, and technology issues and is an adjunct privacy professor at the Emory University School of Law. She holds a BS from Cornell University, a JD from the Emory University School of Law, and a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP-US).

Ed Britan

Senior Vice President, Global Privacy and Marketing Legal, Salesforce

Ed is a privacy, policy, and technology industry veteran who has held various leadership roles throughout his career. Ed leads the Salesforce Global Privacy Team. Ed’s team spans the globe, working on cutting-edge privacy and data protection regulatory and legislative matters on behalf of Salesforce and its customers.

Previously, Ed served in leadership roles at Microsoft, on both the privacy and government affairs teams, providing extensive advice and counsel on GDPR, CCPA, CPRA, the recently-passed CDPA (in Virginia) and comprehensive data protection laws and data sovereignty measures that have been proposed and/or implemented around the world, including in China, India, Brazil, Russia, Canada, Australia, Kenya, and many other jurisdictions.

Prior to joining Microsoft in 2014, Ed worked as an attorney in the Washington D.C. office of Alston & Bird, on a team that included former Senate Majority Leaders Bob Dole and Tom Daschle, where he covered privacy and a range of other legislative and public policy issues.

Anupam Chander

Scott K. Ginsburg Professor of Law and Technology, Georgetown Law

Professor Chander is an expert on the global regulation of new technologies. A graduate of Harvard College and Yale Law School, he clerked for Chief Judge Jon O. Newman of the Second Circuit Court of Appeals and Judge William A. Norris of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. He practiced law in New York and Hong Kong with Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton. He has been a visiting law professor at Yale, the University of Chicago, Stanford, Cornell, and Tsinghua. He previously served as the Director of the California International Law Center and Martin Luther King, Jr. Professor of Law at UC Davis. A member of the American Law Institute, he has also served on the Executive Council of the American Society of International Law, where he co-founded the International Law and Technology Interest Group. The author of The Electronic Silk Road (Yale University Press), he serves as a judge of the Stanford Junior International Faculty Forum. A recipient of Google Research Awards and an Andrew Mellon grant on the topic of surveillance, he has served on ICTSD/World Economic Forum expert groups on the digital economy. He serves as an Adjunct Senior Research Scholar at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Policy, a faculty advisor to Georgetown’s Institute for Technology Law and Policy, and as a faculty affiliate of Yale’s Information Society Project.

Barbara Cosgrove

Vice President, Chief Privacy Officer, Workday

Barbara Cosgrove is vice president, chief privacy officer at Workday. Barbara has extensive expertise in leading international data protection, ethics, and compliance programs, including oversight of global data privacy programs, implementation of technology compliance standards, and development of privacy-by-design and machine learning ethics-by-design frameworks. She has also served as the chief security officer for Workday.

Prior to joining Workday, Barbara led various compliance programs within Kaiser Permanente and PeopleSoft. Barbara holds a Juris Doctor degree from Widener Law School and a bachelor’s degree from Pennsylvania State University.

Katherine Fick

Associate General Counsel, IBM

Katherine Fick (Associate General Counsel, IBM) leads the global team of IBM lawyers who focus on privacy and AI issues across the corporation, supporting its Office of Privacy and Responsible Technology. Her role includes enabling the business to proactively align with existing and emerging regulations and frameworks bearing on AI in practical ways. She has deep experience with cybersecurity laws and regulations as well, having previously led the legal team that supports IBM’s cybersecurity-focused business unit, and teaches on privacy, cybersecurity, and AI as an adjunct professor at Boston College Law School. She is also a Response Team Member with ShelterBox, a disaster relief organization, and has helped respond to natural and political disasters in Moldova, Peru, the Dominican Republic, and Malawi.

Anne J. Flanagan

Vice President for Artificial Intelligence, FPF

Anne J. Flanagan serves as the Vice President for Artificial intelligence at FPF. Anne leads FPF’s portfolio of projects exploring the data flows driving algorithmic and AI products and services, their opportunities and risks, and the ethical and responsible development of this technology.

An international policy expert in Data and Artificial Intelligence, Anne is an economist and strategic technology governance and business leader with 18+ years’ experience on five continents, including in the EU and the U.S.

Anne spent over a decade in the Irish government and EU institutions, including developing Ireland’s technical policy positions and diplomatic strategy in relation to EU legislation on telecoms, digital infrastructure, and data. She has represented Ireland in the EU Digital Single Market Strategic Group at the European Commission, the Working Party on Telecommunications and Information Society at the Council of the European Union and was responsible for foundational work on the EU’s Digital Single Market, including the EU’s early approach to AI governance.

Since moving to the U.S. in 2019, Anne has held several senior positions in technology policy, where she has helped senior technology business leaders shape responsible and sustainable technology development through her research, advice, and expertise. At the World Economic Forum, she developed and led a global portfolio of work on Data Policy and later led cross-product policy strategy for Reality Labs Policy at Meta Platforms Inc. in San Francisco, California.

Anne holds a Masters in Economics and Political Science from Trinity College Dublin, a Masters in International Relations from Dublin City University, and a Masters of Business Administration from Trinity College Dublin. Amongst her accolades, Anne is a Member of the Board of Advisors of the Innovation Value Institute (IVI) at Maynooth University and a recognized Woman Leader in Data and AI at WLDA.tech.

Stacey Gray

Senior Director for U.S. Policy, FPF

Stacey Gray is the Senior Director for U.S. Policy at the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) and supports FPF’s U.S. engagement for consumer privacy research, analysis, and policymaker education. At FPF, she has spent many years focusing on the privacy implications of data collection in online and mobile advertising, platform regulation, cross-device tracking, Smart Homes, and the Internet of Things, including publishing extensive work and providing Congressional testimony on the intersection of emerging technologies and federal privacy regulation and enforcement. Stacey graduated from the University of Florida in 2010, and cum laude from Georgetown University Law Center in 2015, during which she worked in privacy-related civil rights litigation as a law clerk for Victor M. Glasberg & Associates, and as a member of the civil rights division of the Institute for Public Representation.

Selected Publications and Events:

Senate Testimony (April 9, 2020), Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, “Enlisting Big Data in the Fight Against Coronavirus” Infographic (May 22, 2020), “Understanding the World of Location Data“ FPF Blog (Mar. 25, 2020), “A Closer Look at Location Data: Privacy and Pandemics“ Public Comments (Mar. 11, 2020) to the California Attorney General on the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) FPF Blog (Feb. 25, 2020), “Close to the Finish Line: Observations on the Washington Privacy Act“ Guest Expert (November 27, 2018, Brussels), “Digital Data Flows Masterclass: Location Data: GPS, Wi-Fi, and Spatial Analytics“ IAPP Privacy Perspectives (Dec. 1, 2016) “How industry can protect privacy in the age of connected toys“ White Paper (April 28, 2016) “Always On: Privacy Implications of Microphone-Enabled Devices” White Paper (Oct. 27, 2015), “Cross-Device: Understanding the State of State Management
Jennifer Huddleston

Senior Fellow in Technology Policy, CATO Institute

Jennifer Huddleston is a senior fellow in technology policy at the Cato Institute. Her research focuses on the intersection of emerging technology and law with a particular interest in the interactions between technology and the administrative state. Huddleston’s work covers topics including antitrust, online content moderation, data privacy, and the benefits of technology and innovation. Her work has appeared in USA TodayNational Review, the Chicago TribuneSlateRealClearPolicy, and U.S. News and World Report. She has published in law journals including the Berkeley Technology Law JournalGeorge Mason Law ReviewOklahoma Law Review, and Colorado Technology Law Journal. Huddleston has a JD from the University of Alabama School of Law and a BA in political science from Wellesley College.

Cameron Kerry

Ann R. and Andrew H. Tisch Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Brookings Institute

Cameron Kerry is a global thought leader on privacy, artificial intelligence, and cross-border challenges in information technology. He joined Governance Studies and the Center for Technology Innovation at Brookings in December 2013 as the first Ann R. and Andrew H. Tisch Distinguished Visiting Fellow. He leads two projects: The Privacy Debate, which engages policymakers and stakeholders on the national legislative debate on privacy, and the Forum for Cooperation on AI, a series of roundtables bringing together officials and experts from several countries to identify avenues of cooperation on AI regulation, standards, and research and development. 

In addition to his Brookings affiliation, Kerry is a visiting scholar at the MIT Media Lab. He also served as senior counsel at Sidley Austin LLP in Boston, Massachusetts and Washington, D.C., where his practice involved privacy, security, and international trade issues. Before Kerry’s appointment to the Obama administration in 2009, he practiced law at the Mintz Levin firm in Boston and Washington and taught telecommunications law as an adjunct professor at Suffolk University Law School. Kerry has also been actively engaged in politics and community service throughout his adult life. During the 2004 presidential campaign, he was a close adviser and national surrogate for Democratic nominee John Kerry, traveling to 29 States and even Israel. He has served on the boards of nonprofits, and is currently on the board of the National Archives Foundation. 

Samuel Levine

Director of Bureau of Consumer Protection, Federal Trade Commission

Samuel Levine serves as Director of the FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection. Before assuming this role, he served as an attorney advisor to Commissioner Rohit Chopra and as a staff attorney in the Midwest Regional Office. Prior to joining the FTC, Mr. Levine worked for the Illinois Attorney General, where he prosecuted predatory for-profit colleges and participated in rulemaking and other policy initiatives to promote affordability and accountability in higher education.

Mr. Levine is a graduate of Harvard Law School, where he spearheaded student-led efforts to challenge illegal foreclosures, and of Washington University in St. Louis. He clerked with The Honorable Milton I. Shadur in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, and received the Gary Bellow Public Service Award in recognition of his commitment to social justice.

Michelle Maldonado

Delegate, D-VA, 2024 Virginia House of Delegates Communications, Technology, and Innovation Committee

Elected to the Virginia House of Delegates in 2021, Michelle is the first woman and first woman of color to represent her district and has earned a reputation as an effective, results-oriented voice. Leveraging her depth of experience from the business and technology sector, Michelle co-founded the bipartisan Virginia Technology & Innovation Caucus where she serves as Founding Chair and seeks to foster and promote technology and innovation, support legislation that creates jobs, enable the responsible use of technology to improve the lives of all Virginians, promote the technology and innovation climate in Virginia, and engage on emerging policy issues.

Lee Matheson

Senior Counsel for Global Privacy, FPF

Lee Matheson, CIPP/US/E/A, CIPM, FIP,  is a Senior Counsel for Global Privacy with the Future of Privacy Forum Global Privacy team. Lee monitors and analyzes privacy developments throughout the world, with a particular focus on comparing the approaches of different global jurisdictions with regard to core privacy issues, including the regulation of individual privacy rights, de-identification, ad and cookie technology, AI/ML, and international data transfers.

Before coming to the FPF, Lee was a member of the Privacy & Cybersecurity Group at Crowell & Moring, LLP, where he advised clients on U.S. and international privacy, security, and data transfer compliance. Lee was also a 2017-2018 Westin Research Fellow with the IAPP.

Lee is a graduate of Denison University and The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law.

Colleen McClain

Research Associate, PEW Research Center

Colleen is a Research Associate at Pew Research Center, specializing in internet and technology research. Her work focuses on designing and analyzing survey data, as well as using non-survey data sources, to map Americans’ digital lives – from understanding how they engage with others on social media or think about their personal information online to documenting digital divides.

Christina Michelakaki

Policy Counsel for Global Privacy, FPF

Christina Michelakaki is a Policy Counsel for Global Privacy at the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF). She is following global trends in data protection and privacy laws around the world but also focuses on European and national case law, recent academic research, guidelines, and decisions from the European Data Protection Board and national Data Protection Authorities and actively monitors the activity of EU institutions around privacy and data protection, including Communications and Proposals of the European Commission and legislative reports from the European Parliament and the Council of the EU. She has been conducting extensive research on Data Protection by Design and by Default and was one of the principal authors of an FPF Report pertaining to this matter. Her research interests also revolve around fundamental rights and Artificial Intelligence.

Christina has a legal background and holds an LL.M on Information Technology, Media & Communications Law from the London School of Economics (LSE) (2022, London), where she wrote her thesis on Automated decision-making and the “right to an explanation” under the GDPR. She is an EU qualified lawyer and a member of the Thessaloniki Bar Association in Greece.

Arvind Narayanan

Professor of Computer Science, Princeton University

Arvind Narayanan is a professor of computer science at Princeton and the director of the Center for Information Technology Policy. He co-authored a textbook on fairness and machine learning and is currently co-authoring a book on AI snake oil. He led the Princeton Web Transparency and Accountability Project to uncover how companies collect and use our personal information. His work was among the first to show how machine learning reflects cultural stereotypes, and his doctoral research showed the fundamental limits of de-identification. Narayanan is a recipient of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE).

Jules Polonetsky

Chief Executive Officer, FPF

Jules has served for 15 years as CEO of the Future of Privacy Forum, a global non-profit organization that serves as a catalyst for privacy leadership and scholarship, advancing principled data practices in support of emerging technologies.

Jules is co-editor of The Cambridge Handbook of Consumer Privacy, published by Cambridge University Press (2018). More of his writing and research can be found at www.fpf.org and on Google Scholar and SSRN.

Jules has worked on consumer protection issues for 30 years, having served as Chief Privacy Officer at AOL and at DoubleClick, as Consumer Affairs Commissioner for New York City, as an elected New York State Legislator, and as a congressional staffer for then-congressman Charles Schumer.

Jules practiced law in the New York office of Stroock & Stroock & Lavan from 1989 to 1990. He is a graduate of New York University School of Law and Yeshiva University and is admitted to the Bars of New York and Washington, D.C. Jules is a Certified Information Privacy Professional.

Alan Raul

Board President, FPF

Alan Raul is the Board President of the Future of Privacy Forum.

Raul has served on FPF’s board for eight years and is the founder and, for 25 years, the leader of Sidley Austin LLP’s highly-ranked Privacy and Cybersecurity Law practice. He is currently Senior Counsel at Sidley. Raul brings his breadth of knowledge in global data protection and compliance programs, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, national security, and Internet law. He is also currently a member of the Technology Litigation Advisory Committee of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Litigation Center. Raul is also a Lecturer in Law at Harvard Law School, where he teaches Digital Governance and Cybersecurity.

He previously served as Vice Chairman of the White House Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, General Counsel of the Office of Management and Budget, and of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and Associate Counsel to the President.

Tatiana Rice

Deputy Director for U.S. Legislation, FPF

Tatiana Rice, CIPP/EU, serves as Deputy Director with FPF’s U.S. Legislation team and leads FPF’s Biometrics workstream. In her role, Tatiana conducts research and analysis on legal and legislative trends relating to consumer data privacy, biometric technologies, and privacy enforcement on the federal and state levels. During her time at FPF, Tatiana has filed comments to the Federal Trade Commission on their Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking regarding data privacy and security, provided testimony to state legislatures regarding privacy proposals, and published independent analysis on the intersection of artificial intelligence and civil rights law.

Tatiana comes to FPF from Shook, Hardy, & Bacon LLP, where she led biometric compliance efforts and assisted industry clients with managing data privacy compliance, litigation, and investigation. She graduated from Washington University School of Law, where she worked as a law clerk both for the Department of Justice and the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Illinois.

Senator Robert Rodriguez

Majority Leader, Colorado General Assembly

Robert Rodriguez was elected to serve Senate District 32 in 2018 and re-elected in 2022, representing southwest Denver and small parts of Glendale and unincorporated Arapahoe County. Senator Rodriguez currently serves as Majority Leader, having formerly served as Assistant Majority Leader, Chair of the Business, Labor & Technology Committee and the Legislative Audit Committee, and as Vice Chair of the Judiciary Committee. Senator Rodriguez moved to Colorado when he was four years old. He was raised in a politically active, working-class family and grew up attending Colorado public schools.

Before being elected to the Senate, Senator Rodriguez was director of business management at Independence House, an organization founded by his father to help former criminal offenders re-enter society. He has also served as Vice Chair of the Denver Democrats. Senator Rodriguez is focused on making a difference for Coloradans on critical issues like personal privacy, criminal justice, affordable housing, providing for full employment and a living wage, and quality affordable health care. He supports free and accessible preschool and kindergarten for all Colorado children. He believes in fixing the criminal justice system by means of sentencing reform, substance abuse, and mental health counseling, and rehabilitation programs like the one his family has run for decades.

Adam Russell

Chief Vision Officer, U.S. Artificial Intelligence Safety Institute, NIST

Adam Russell is the chief vision officer for the U.S. Artificial Intelligence Safety Institute. In this role, he will shape and help implement the vision and strategy for the AISI, while also communicating that vision externally.

Russell is the director of the Information Sciences Institute’s AI Division at the University of Southern California. Russell previously worked at University of Maryland’s Applied Research Laboratory for Intelligence and Security, where he focused on human-AI teaming, forecasting and collective intelligence. While at UMD, he also helped stand up the Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health (ARPA-H).

Prior to UMD and ARPA-H, Russell served in government for over a decade, both as a program manager at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) — launching programs focused on the social sciences and AI — and as a program manager at the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) — launching programs on enhancing intelligence and measuring trust and trustworthiness.

He received a Ph.D. in social anthropology from the University of Oxford, where he was a Rhodes Scholar, and holds a B.A. in cultural anthropology from Duke University.

David Sallay

Director for Youth & Education Privacy, FPF

David Sallay is the Director for Youth & Education Privacy at the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF). David previously served as the Chief Privacy Officer and the Student Privacy Auditor at the Utah State Board of Education, where he worked with schools and districts on implementing Utah’s state student privacy law. Before focusing on privacy, he worked in education as a teacher of English as a Foreign Language at Qatar University and at high schools in Hungary. He holds a Masters in Public Policy from the University of Utah and a Masters in Education from the University of Pittsburgh.

Agnes Bundy Scanlan

Board Member, FPF

Agnes Bundy Scanlan, Esq., is a highly regarded adviser and former C-Suite executive with significant operational and change management experience.

She is President of The Cambridge Group LLC, a strategy and risk management advisory firm consulting with financial services firms, fintechs, and other companies.

Previously, Agnes served as the Northeast Regional Director of Supervision Examinations for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”). As Regional Director, Agnes managed the regional NYC office and represented the CFPB Supervision mission on all matters relating to conducting consumer financial protection supervision and examinations at a variety of complex depository financial institutions and non-depository consumer financial services companies. The 32 financial institutions and 25 companies under her regulatory authority had assets totaling over $6 trillion.

Jim Siegl

Senior Technologist for Youth & Education Privacy, FPF

Jim Siegl, CIPT, is a Senior Technologist with the Youth & Education Privacy team. For nearly two decades prior to joining FPF, Jim was a Technology Architect for the Fairfax County Public School District with a focus on privacy, security, identity management, interoperability, and learning management systems. He was a co-author of the CoSN Privacy Toolkit and the Trusted Learning Environment (TLE) seal program and holds a Master of Science in the Management of Information Technology from the University of Virginia.

Keith Sonderling

Commissioner, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)

Keith E. Sonderling was confirmed by the U.S. Senate, with a bipartisan vote, to be a Commissioner on the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) in 2020. Until January of 2021, he served as the Commission’s Vice-Chair. His term expires July of 2024.

Prior to his confirmation to the EEOC, Commissioner Sonderling served as the Acting and Deputy Administrator of the Wage and Hour Division at the U.S. Department of Labor. Before joining the Department of Labor in 2017, Commissioner Sonderling practiced Labor and Employment law in Florida. Commissioner Sonderling also serves as a Professional Lecturer in the Law at The George Washington University Law School, teaching employment discrimination.

Since joining the EEOC, one of Commissioner Sonderling’s highest priorities is ensuring that artificial intelligence and workplace technologies are designed and deployed consistent with long-standing civil rights laws. Commissioner Sonderling has published numerous articles on the benefits and potential harms of using artificial intelligence-based technology in the workplace and speaks globally on these emerging issues.

Jameson Spivack

Senior Policy Analyst for Immersive Technologies, FPF

Jameson Spivack is Senior Policy Analyst for Immersive Technologies at the Future of Privacy Forum, where he leads FPF’s emerging work on VR, AR, and other related technologies. Previously, Jameson was an Associate with the Center on Privacy & Technology at Georgetown Law, where he worked on research and policy advocacy related to algorithmic technologies like face recognition in the criminal legal system. Prior to this he worked in communications for an international development nonprofit. Jameson received his M.A. in the Communication, Culture & Technology program at Georgetown University, and his B.A. in Government & Politics from University of Maryland.

Omer Tene

Partner, Goodwin Procter LLP, FPF

Omer Tene is a partner in Goodwin’s Technology group and Data, Privacy & Cybersecurity practice. He is a Senior Fellow at the Future of Privacy Forum and an Affiliate Scholar at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society.

Josh Lee Kok Thong

Managing Director for APAC, FPF

Josh is deeply passionate in the issues at the intersection of law, policy and technology, and is a changemaker in the spheres of the law of tech, and the tech of law. As a legal architect who hopes to reshape relationships disrupted by technology, Josh is the Managing Director, Asia-Pacific of the Future of Privacy Forum.

Josh received his LL.M. from the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law in 2022, where he was named to the Dean’s List for his academic achievements.  Before postgraduate studies, Josh served for half a decade in the Singapore Government. More recently, he was the Legal Policy Manager for Artificial Intelligence (AI) Governance in Singapore’s Personal Data Protection Commission, where he managed Singapore’s overall AI governance policies. Before that, Josh was an Assistant Director for Legal Policy in the Ministry of Law, where he drove criminal and civil legislative reform, particularly in technology and online harms. He also practiced as an international arbitration lawyer in a large Singaporean law firm.

As a driver of the tech of law, Josh is the first Chairperson of the Asia-Pacific Legal Innovation and Technology Association (https://alita.legal), a pan-regional industry platform driving legal innovation and technology initiatives in the region. Josh also co-founded LawTech.Asia (https://lawtech.asia) and etpl.asia, organizations that advance thought leadership on law and technology in Asia. In 2019, Josh was identified by Asia Law Portal as one of Asia’s Top 30 Persons to Watch in the business of law.

In addition, Josh is a member of Singapore’s Law Reform Subcommittee for Robotics and AI, where he authored a law reform report on “Criminal Liability, Robots and AI Systems”.  Josh was also a chapter co-author of Law and Technology in Singapore, which was edited by Professor Simon Chesterman, Professor Goh Yihan, and Judge of Appeal Andrew Phang. Given his keen interest in new technologies like AI and its potential impacts on society and governance, Josh is also a voting member of the IEEE P2863 Working Group on Organisational Governance of AI Systems, and holds research roles in the National University of Singapore and the Singapore Management University. He speaks regularly at conferences and dialogues in the law of tech and tech of law ecosystems.

John Verdi

Senior Vice President for Policy, FPF

John Verdi is Senior Vice President for Policy at the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF). John supervises FPF’s policy portfolio, which advances FPF’s agenda on a broad range of issues, including: Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning; Algorithmic Decision-Making; Ethics; Connected Cars; Smart Communities; Student Privacy; Health; the Internet of Things; Wearable Technologies; De-Identification; and Drones.

John previously served as Director of Privacy Initiatives at the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, where he crafted policy recommendations for the US Department of Commerce and President Obama regarding technology, trust, and innovation. John led NTIA’s privacy multistakeholder process, which established best practices regarding unmanned aircraft systems, facial recognition technology, and mobile apps. Prior to NTIA, he was General Counsel for the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), where he oversaw EPIC’s litigation program. John earned his J.D. from Harvard Law School and his B.A. in Philosophy, Politics, and Law from SUNY-Binghamton.

Adonne Washington

Policy Counsel for Data, Mobility, Location, FPF

Adonne Washington, Esq. is a 2020 graduate of Howard University School of Law. She is currently Policy Counsel: Data, Mobility, Location with the Future of Privacy Forum in Washington, DC. FPF brings together industry, academics, consumer advocates, and other thought leaders to explore the challenges posed by technological innovation and develop privacy protections, ethical norms, and workable business practices. She works on privacy and technology matters specifically in relation to data, mobility, and location. Prior to joining FPF, Adonne was the Digital Justice Associate Counsel with the national branch of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law working on matters at the intersection of racial justice, technology, and privacy. Adonne received her BA in social relations and policy with a minor in public relations from Michigan State University in May 2017.

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