Anne Bradley is a lawyer, technologist, and business leader championing the responsible and ethical use of data in platforms and intelligent systems. Specializing in cross-disciplinary collaboration across legal, data, and technical teams, Anne’s recent work explores scalable technical controls to apply policy restrictions to machine learning models, and best practices for transparency, fairness and empowerment in user experience design.
As an adjunct Professor at Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law, Anne co-teaches a course on Data Science and its Implications that outlines the power and social consequences of data science, data visualization, and AI. Anne is a graduate of University of California, Hastings College of Law and a member of the California Bar. She received an undergraduate degree in Computer Science and Art from Bowdoin College.
In the first chapter of her career, Anne was a technical product manager at a software company serving the newspaper industry, and then the founding CTO of an e-commerce and affiliate marketing business. Her second chapter as a lawyer began as an associate in the Los Angeles offices of Christie, Parker & Hale, and then Foley & Lardner, before moving in house to lead Hulu’s IP, Technology, and Privacy work. Since 2013, Anne has led Nike’s Global Privacy, Digital, and Technology Legal team in her role as Chief Privacy Officer and Digital Transformation Counsel — focusing on issues of Privacy, Cybersecurity, and Data Localization, Wearable Tech, Ethical AI, and Global Content Moderation.