Carson Martinez, CIPP/US


Future of Privacy Forum

Health Policy Fellow

Carson Martinez, CIPP/US, is a Policy Fellow at the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF). Carson works on privacy issues surrounding health data, particularly where it is not covered by HIPAA, such as wearable devices, mobile health apps, real-world evidence, medical big data, and DTC genetics. Before joining FPF, Carson was an Intern at Intel Corporation with the Government and Policy Group. She has also worked as a Research Assistant for Data-Pop Alliance, a global coalition on big data and development created by the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, MIT Media Lab, and Overseas Development Institute. Carson graduated from Duke University with a Master’s Degree in Bioethics and Science Policy, with a concentration in Technology and Data Policy. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Neuroscience, with minors in Philosophy and Psychology from New York University. 


Contributions by Carson Martinez

  • Emerging Privacy Solutions for Genomic Data
    Speaker at Global Privacy Summit 2019
  • Mobile Health App Privacy and Security Is Causing a Worldwide Headache
    Speaker at Global Privacy Summit 2018