Here’s a list of the movers and shakers in the privacy profession within the last month or so. Have a move or a shake of your own you’d like mentioned? Email Joe Duball at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Terry-Ann Cooper, CIPP/US
Terry-Ann Cooper joined pharmaceutical manufacturer Organon as its associate vice president and chief privacy officer. The move keeps Cooper within the pharma space as she previously served as privacy officer at Otsuka America Pharmaceutical. Her resumé includes extensive privacy program development and management as well as leading privacy strategies for digital businesses and emerging technology.
Kelly Hagedorn, CIPP/E
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe announced the addition of Kelly Hagedorn as a partner in its Cyber, Privacy and Data Innovation practice in London. Hagedorn brings deep experience advising on matters related to privacy compliance, cyber incident response and privacy-related litigation. She also carries an enforcement background having worked in the U.K. Serious Fraud Office. "Kelly is the kind of rising star who thrives on our platform and her privacy expertise and enforcement background make her an incredibly strong fit across our tech, energy and finance offerings," Orrick's Mark Beeley said.
Mark Smith, CIPP/C, CIPP/US, CIPM
Mark Smith is the new manager of privacy and data policy at Hunton Andrews Kurth's Centre for Information Policy Leadership. Working from Washington, D.C., Smith will devise strategies and project plans that advance CIPL’s U.S. and global policy agenda on various privacy and data protection issues. He previously worked at Bloomberg Law, where he was charged with analyzing and drawing up guidance for federal, state and international privacy law developments.
Jarno Vanto, CIPP/E, CIPP/US
King & Spalding added Jarno Vanto to its Data, Privacy and Security practice in New York. Varno's areas of expertise include data privacy, cybersecurity, technology transactions and governance, while also advising companies on global regulatory compliance. "Jarno has a proven track record in providing clients with the most sophisticated global data privacy guidance ranging from proactive compliance, transaction diligence, and strategic response to privacy and security incidents, which dovetails with our holistic approach to advising our clients," King & Spalding's Phyllis Sumner said.
Lauren Wallace, CIPP/US
Incident response management platform RadarFirst announced Lauren Wallace has been brought on as chief privacy officer and general counsel. Wallace has in-house and large law firm experience, and specializations in technology transactions and global privacy law. "The time for unified privacy incident management has arrived," Wallace said. "Organizations that prioritize privacy and work to unify teams will benefit greatly, both in Privacy ROI, delivering a secure and transparent experience for their customers, and public trust."
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