Help Set Up KnowledgeNet Chapters
It takes a village. If you're excited about networking with privacy pros in your area, this is your chance to get involved.
Volunteer to chair your local chapter
KnowledgeNet Chapter chairs organize activities in their cities. As a chair, you'll take care of planning approximately four educational meetings per year, in addition to networking gatherings. This includes coordinating expert speakers and finding donated meeting space. The IAPP takes care of invitations, promotions and registration. The Call for Volunteers opens every fall.
Check out our current Chapter Chairs here.
Young Privacy Professional's (YPP)
Young Privacy Professional are privacy pros in their twenties and thirties who, with the help of local IAPP KnowledgeNet Chapter co-chairs, volunteer, plan and organize networking gatherings for their peers.
One (or two) YPPs are accepted per chapter (depending on the size of the chapter) and will serve a one-year term. YPPs should be an IAPP member for at least six months and have attended at least one chapter meeting.
Contact us and see if there is an opportunity in your local chapter to become a Young Privacy Professional! Read the roles and expectations and submit your name if interested.
The submission period is currently closed. Please check back in the fall.
Check out our current Young Privacy Pros here.
HOST A CHAPTER MEETING
Have meeting space that you can donate? Let us know your location and the room capacity in the form below. Learn more about hosting.
Speak at a chapter meeting
Do you like an audience? KnowledgeNet Chapter meetings generally feature a speaker or panel discussion. If you want to volunteer, tell us what and where you'd like to present in the form below. Learn more about speaking.
Start a new chapter
Don't see a chapter in your area? We're looking for cities that have a concentration of local members to support a chapter and someone willing to take on a leadership role. Email email@example.com to learn more.
Interested in speaking at an IAPP conference? Click here to find out how.
Questions about KnowledgeNet Chapters?
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.