Dale Skivington is the former VP of Compliance and Chief Privacy Officer at Dell Technologies where she led Dell’s global privacy program including developing its compliance strategy for international data flows. Ms. Skivington has also been an invited presenter on Cross-Border issues at several International Data Protection Commissioners’ Conferences.
Sandra R. Hughes is CEO/President of Sandra Hughes Strategies, Ltd., and previously served as Procter & Gamble’s Global Privacy Executive where she led global programs in Information Governance and Social Media Policy. Sandy serves as the Board Secretary for the Future of Privacy Forum and on the advisory boards for EWF and NCSA International Privacy Day.
Lani Cossette works on cross-border data issues and privacy for Microsoft’s EU Government Affairs team in Brussels. She has previously worked on internet and privacy issues as a senior attorney and inaugural fellow at the Data & Society Research Institute.
Stéphane Ducable is head of public policy of Amazon Web Services for Europe, Middle-East and Africa (EMEA). Based in Brussels, he leads a team focused on increasing awareness and adoption of cloud computing by engaging with government elites around the EMEA region who are reinventing their public policies on Information Technologies.
Gail Kent is the global public policy lead for Facebook on law enforcement and surveillance. She is a leading expert on cross border data flows, and previously served for 17 years as a law enforcement professional working for the UK’s National Crime Agency and extensively with the five eyes, Europol, Interpol, and other international partners.
Peter Swire is the Elizabeth and Tommy Holder Chair of Law and Ethics at the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business. He is Senior Counsel to Alston & Bird LLP. In 2018, Swire was named an Andrew Carnegie Fellow to study privacy, human rights, and cross-border data issues.
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The Georgia Tech Cross-Border Requests for Data Project also supports work of Peter Swire and others at Georgia Tech on cross-border issues. Lead funding for this Project comes from the Carnegie Corporation of New York through an Andrew Carnegie Fellowship provided to Prof. Peter Swire for his “Protecting Human Rights and National Security in the New Era of Data Nationalism” research program. Additional funding is provided by the Hewlett Foundation.