KnowledgeNet Chapter Volunteer Resources

Thank you for volunteering your valuable time to help promote the field of privacy in your local community! With your help, KnowledgeNet Chapters bring the local privacy community together through free educational meetings and networking activities. Chapters give members the opportunity to meet peers in their local area, learn something new, and earn free continuing privacy education (CPE) credits.

KnowledgeNet Chapters are traditionally led by four co-chairs. Each chapter chair plays an integral part in planning and executing chapter meetings and activities. Some chapters also have a dedicated Young Privacy Professional (YPP) to plan networking activities.

Below are some resources to keep handy that will help you succeed during your volunteer term:

KnowledgeNet Chapter Volunteer Manual

Your go-to resource for everything KnowledgeNet

Meeting Details Form
   

Fill this out and submit to confirm any in-person chapter activity with the IAPP

Virtual Meeting Details Form

Fill this out and submit to confirm any virtual chapter activity with the IAPP

As the IAPP grows, so does our worldwide KnowledgeNet Chapter Program. We are currently active throughout these locations: Africa, Asia-Pacific, Canada, Europe, Latin America and United States.

Your assigned IAPP Staff Partner will be your main point of contact for all questions that come up during your term. Below you will find a list of key contacts on the IAPP Engagement Team. In addition to your Staff Partner, you may also email knowledgenet@iapp.org.

IAPP Staff Partners:

Headquarters

Meghan Bullis, Member Engagement Coordinator

Adriana Goff, Member Engagement Coordinator

Regyn Rothney, Member Engagement Coordinator

Brussels Office

Nils Fussen, Member Engagement Coordinator

Chloé Grier, Member Engagement Coordinator

Malgorzata Tarkowska, Engagement and Member Service Team Leader

Social Media GuideReady to promote your chapter event? Check this guide for maximum impact.

Listserve: This private listserve is just for KnowledgeNet Chapter Chairs and Young Privacy Professionals to communicate throughout the year and ask questions, get ideas, and share information. The IAPP will also use this to communicate important updates and helpful information to our chapter volunteers. Email knowledgenetlist@iapp.topicbox.com to start a conversation.

KnowledgeNet Insider: The IAPP sends out the KnowledgeNet Insider, a series of quarterly emails, to keep volunteers up to date with the latest information and insights on our chapter program and other important happenings at the IAPP. Be sure to check your inbox!

 

 

 

Questions about KnowledgeNet Chapters?

For more information, visit our FAQ page, or email us at knowledgenet@iapp.org.