The IAPP welcomes three new directors to its board. Joining the board are Stanley W. Crosley, CIPP, chief privacy officer, Eli Lilly and Co.; Jeff Green, CIPP/C, vice president, global compliance and chief privacy officer, Royal Bank of Canada (RBC); and Brian Tretick, CIPP, executive director, Ernst & Young.
Crosley initiated Eli Lilly’s global privacy program in 1998 and currently serves as chief privacy officer. He also sits on the Institute of Medicine Medical Research and Privacy Committee and board of the Indiana Health Informatics Corporation, and served on the State Alliance for eHealth Privacy Taskforce. He is a co-founder and chair of the International Pharmaceutical Privacy Consortium (IPPC).
Green is chief privacy officer for RBC, Canada’s largest bank and one of North America’s leading diversified financial services companies. Green is responsible for overseeing the strategic management of privacy and information risk on an enterprise-wide basis, as well as leading RBC’s compliance management strategy and program for Global Technology & Operations and Global Functions.
Tretick is Ernst & Young’s executive director for the firm’s Privacy Advisory Services, a role he has performed for more than a decade. He also served on the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) Privacy Task Force.
“I’m proud to welcome these top privacy leaders to our board,” said IAPP President Jonathan D. Avila, CIPP, vice president – counsel, chief privacy officer, The Walt Disney Company. “Their input and insights will help us achieve our main goals in 2009: launching new international initiatives and serving the evolving needs of our membership and the privacy community on a global scale.”
The IAPP also recognizes the promotion of four current directors to leadership roles.
- Jonathan D. Avila, CIPP, vice president – counsel, chief privacy officer, The Walt Disney Company, to serve as President
- Nuala O’Connor Kelly, CIPP/G, chief privacy leader, General Electric Company, to serve as Vice President
- Amy Yates, CIPP, director, privacy and data protection, Deloitte & Touche LLP, to serve as Secretary
- David Hoffman, CIPP, director of security policy and global privacy officer, Intel Corp., will continue to serve as Treasurer
- Sandra R. Hughes, CIPP, global ethics, compliance and privacy executive, The Procter & Gamble Company, has successfully completed a very full term as President, and will continue to serve as Past President.
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