Beth Do (CIPP/US) is the Christopher Wolf Diversity Law Fellow at the Future of Privacy Forum. Her work focuses on the intersection of artificial intelligence and immersive technology. Beth comes to FPF from USAA, where she analyzed complex issues related to consumer data privacy and incident response.
She received her J.D. from St. John’s University School of Law, where she was awarded the Chief Judge Edward D. Re Commencement Award for service to the law school community. During law school, she served as the President of the Student Bar Association and as the Campaign Manager for a New York State Assemblymember. In addition, she interned with the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the UN Joint Sustainable Development Goals Fund.
Prior to law school, Beth served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Guyana, where she led information communications technology and youth development projects. She is a trained mediator and currently mediates parenting plans, divorces, and small claims court.
In her free time, Beth enjoys trail running, maritozzi, and flight deals.