2019 Global TEC Forum

The Global TEC Forum: Empowering Change in Technology, Education and Careers (G-TEC) addresses diversity in the tech industry, the latest disruptions and challenges facing the legal profession, and how emerging technologies are changing the practice of law. In addition to educational panels, participants attend career development sessions and workshops specifically tailored for their career track and level of experience. The ultimate goal for each attendee is to cultivate professional relationships, learn about the latest tech developments in the legal profession and strategically advance their professional brand and career.

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April 4-5, 2019

Hilton San Francisco Union Square
333 O’Farrell St
San Francisco, CA 94102

Hilton San Francisco Union Square
Phone: 1-415-771-1400

Global TEC Forum Advisory Council

Stuart Alderoty (Honorary Chair)

MCCA Chair-Elect,
General Counsel,
Ripple

Reginald Rasch
(Chair)

General Counsel –
Head of Legal,
Rakuten USA, Inc.

Johnathan Avila

Vice President,
Chief Privacy Officer,
Walmart, Inc.

Iris Chen

Vice President, Legal,
Google LLC
 

Nkechi Chukwueke

Corporate Counsel,
VMware, Inc.
 

Jennifer Ivan

Assistant General Counsel,
Microsoft Corporation
 

Kevin Lyn

Diversity Committee
Co-Chair & Partner,
Womble Bond Dickinson
(US) LLP

David Pilson

Senior Director,
eBay Inc.

Jeewon Kim Serrato

Partner & Head of Data Protection, Privacy and Cybersecurity US,
Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP

Angela Sherrer

Director and Associate General Counsel, Global Law Enforcement and Safety,
Twitter, Inc.

2019 MCCA Rainmakers

ELENA BACA

Partner
Paul Hastings LLP

Meet Elena

NEEL CHATTERJEE

Partner
Goodwin Procter LLP

Meet Neel

MICHAEL CHU

Partner
McDermott Will & Emery LLP

Meet Michael

Dan Clivner

Managing Partner – Los Angeles
Sidley Austin LLP

Meet Dan

Vincent H. Cohen, Jr.

Partner
Dechert LLP

Meet Vincent

Stephen Korniczky

Partner
Sheppard Mullin Richter &
Hampton LLP

Meet Stephen

Lorraine McGowen

Partner, Firmwide Diversity &
Inclusion Co-Chair
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP

Meet Lorraine

Raj Natarajan

Partner; Chair, Debt Finance Department
McGuireWoods LLP

Meet Raj

Kimberly Parker

Partner
WilmerHale

Meet Kimberly

Grace Speights

Partner and Leader of Morgan Lewis’s Global Labor & Employment Practice
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP

Meet Grace

Eric Wang

Partner; Co-Chair, Northern California Corporate and Finance Practice
DLA Piper

Meet Eric

MCCA’s Global TEC Forum Justification Toolkit

You recognize the value of attending Global TEC Forum, but how do you convey that message to your manager? With budgetary constraints and increased scrutiny on business travel, gaining approval to attend conferences can sometimes pose a challenge. It is important to demonstrate the benefits of attending in order to justify the expense. Use MCCA’s G-TEC Justification Toolkit to help you make the ask, prepare for G-TEC, and get the most from our conference and your membership.

Event Agenda

Thursday, April 4, 2019

7:00 am –
7:00 pm

Registration and Information Desk

8:00 am –
5:00 pm

Pitch Session Network

 
To learn more about the Pitch Session Network, click here.

9:00 am –
11:30 am

MCCA’S BLUEPRINT FOR SELLING & BUYING – A PITCH WORKSHOP FOR OUTSIDE & IN-HOUSE COUNSEL

 
Through instruction and experiential learning, participants will work together to learn skills and behaviors for building successful business relationships. Outside counsel will have the opportunity to work in teams to develop a formal pitch from a mock RFP for legal services, which will be presented to senior in-house counsel.

This workshop is open to law firm members only and has max capacity of 20 participants. Preference will be given to law firm partners; associates are welcome to apply if their firm is a two tier partner system. In-house members who would like to serve as workshop coaches, assisting law firm participants with their pitches and sharing best practices, are invited to email Sophia Piliouras at spiliouras@mcca.com.

Non-members will be placed on a waiting list as will any other participants once we reach max capacity. Additional information and workshop materials will be provided to participants prior to the conference. If you would like to be added to the workshop waitlist, please email Lauren Hossfeld at lhossfeld@mcca.com.

12:00 pm –
2:00 pm

Luncheon Plenary – California Breaks New Privacy Ground (Again): The California Consumer Privacy Act and What It Means

 
Presented by: Walmart, Inc.

Customer trust, corporate responsibility and regulatory obligations are issues engulfing not only the tech industry but all corporations that have direct-to-consumer relationships. While tech executives are testifying before Congressional committees regarding potential federal privacy legislation, California already has passed the most stringent consumer privacy legislation yet seen in the United States. Taking its lead from the recent European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) grants individuals rights of access to their personal data, rights to block disclosure of that data and rights to demand erasure of the data, as well as unprecedented private rights of action for data breaches. Our distinguished panelists will explore the implications of these developments for American business and offer a guide to helping organizations cope with these unprecedented changes.

Moderator:
Jonathan Avila – Vice President, Chief Privacy Officer, Walmart, Inc.

Panelists:

  • Mark Brennan – Partner, Hogan Lovells US LLP
  • Joanne Charles – Attorney, Microsoft Corporation
  • Ravi Inthiran – Privacy Officer and Senior Director, Compliance, Ripple Labs Inc.
  • Heather Vigil – Shareholder, Littler Mendelson P.C.

2:30 pm –
3:30 pm

1000 Cut Journey and Immersive Virtual Reality: Walk A Mile in a Black Man’s Digital Shoes

 
Presented by: MCCA

What if you could literally walk in another person’s shoes? Stanford Virtual Human Interaction Lab and Columbia University Research Lab have created an experience that examines racism via virtual reality. They have created 1000 Cut Journey, an immersive virtual reality experience that allows you to walk in the shoes of Michael Sterling, a Black male, and encounter racism first-hand, as a young child, an adolescent, and a young adult. Understanding the social realities of racism is critical to promoting effective and collective social action. This project builds on Dr. Cogburn’s research and examines how virtual reality can induce empathy for people different from oneself and be used powerfully in training situations for inclusion.

Dr. Cogburn will discuss the effects of this immersive virtual experience on changes in psychological processes, including empathy/social perspective taking, racial bias, and decision making. The panel will also feature general counsel that have experienced this unique virtual reality environment. They will share their personal experience and discuss how these types VR experience will impact the future of D&I training and create more inclusive working environments.

Moderator:
Sophia Piliouras – President, MCCA Advisory Practice, Minority Corporate Counsel Association

Panelists:

  • Dr. Courtney D. Cogburn – Assistant Professor, Columbia University School of Social Work
  • Reginald Rasch – General Counsel – Head of Legal, Rakuten USA, Inc.

4:00 pm –
5:00 pm

Fast Data and Sports: How Sports Data is Reshaping How We Look at the World

 
Presented by: Stinson Leonard Street LLP

Look at the back of any baseball card, and it’s easy to see that numbers matter. Indeed, as memorialized in Michael Lewis’s book, Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game, later popularized in the movie adaptation starring Brad Pitt, statistics have already had a huge impact on sports. And, in an industry that hinges on split-second decisions, it’s not just Big Data, but “Fast Data,” or how quickly you can access and use that Big Data, that can determine whether you win or lose.

The reach of Fast Data isn’t limited to on-field performance or even sports. With the proliferation of the Internet of Things, more data is being created today than ever before, and early adopters are using Fast Data to perfect operations, engage customers, and stay on top of market trends in ways unimaginable just a few years ago. By focusing on the “now” of data, companies are able to create meaningful business outcomes that translate directly into dollars and cents in real time.

And this push for Fast Data will undoubtedly increase our need for reliable data—there is a lot of data out there and using the wrong data could compromise or even derail any efforts to keep up in this über-competitive Information Age. Moreover, any actionable data is likely propagated from a number of key players in the data supply chain that could stake some claim on that data. Even if there were a central, trusted data resource, who would be responsible for managing and protecting that data, particularly when there is new data being generated? And how much is too much?

This session will use sports data as a lens to explore these issues related to data ownership, data privacy, data integrity, data monetization, and more.

Moderator:
David Kim – Partner, Stinson Leonard Street LLP

Panelists:

  • Maggy Carlyle – Counsel, Business & Legal Affairs, Pac-12 Enterprises
  • D’Lonra Ellis – Assistant General Counsel, Oakland Athletics Baseball Company
  • Njeri Mutura – Corporate Attorney, Microsoft Corporation
  • Aalok Sharma – Attorney, Stinson Leonard Street LLP

5:00 pm –
6:30 pm

Welcome Reception

7:00 pm –
10:00 pm

MCCA Dine-a-round

 
Looking to connect with colleagues during G-TEC? Join your fellow attendees for an informal* Dine-A-Round dinner. Personally connecting in a smaller setting will allow you to benefit from diverse experiences and foster new relationships.

*This is a Dutch treat meal, meaning attendees will pay for their own meal. All restaurants will be able to provide separate checks.

The Dine-A-Round event will take place on Thursday, April 4 at top-rated restaurants within walking distance of the Hilton San Francisco Union Square. Reservations will be arranged by MCCA and will range in size between 5-12 people.

The Dine-A-Round event is open to registered 2019 G-TEC Forum attendees only. Please note that the meal and drink costs are not included in your conference registration.

Restaurant information and official sign up will be available at the G-TEC registration booth starting at 7:00 AM on Thursday, April 4. By selecting Dine-A-Round on your registration now, you are confirming your interest and intent to participate.

Friday, April 5, 2019

7:00 am –
8:30 am

Breakfast

7:00 am –
5:00 pm

Registration and Information Desk

8:00 am –
5:00 pm

Pitch Session Network

 
To learn more about the Pitch Session Network, click here.

9:00 am –
10:00 am

Not Just on the Fly: Drone Strategies for Businesses

 
Presented by: Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP

Thousands of businesses already use UAS in their operations, and many more are considering their strategy for integrating UAS in the future. The growing number of businesses that want to utilize UAS include, but are by no means limited to, newsgathering; companies that want to make drone deliveries; and 16 sectors of critical infrastructure: Chemicals, Commercial Facilities, Communications, Critical Manufacturing, Dams, Defense Industrial Base, Emergency Services, Energy, Financial Services, Food and Agriculture, Government Facilities, Healthcare and Public Health, Information Technology, Nuclear Reactors, Materials, and Waste, Transportation Systems, and Water and Wastewater Systems.

Companies in these 16 sectors face a complex and evolving regulatory environment and need knowledgeable legal counsel to guide them on the unique offensive and defensive issues that are emerging as drones become an integral part of their traditional business model. This panel will discuss best practices and review the legal issues and compliance requirements under federal, state and local laws when using drones; strategies for protecting critical assets from careless, clueless and criminal drones (including counter-UAS technologies); obtaining the right insurance; and addressing privacy, data protection and cybersecurity concerns.

Moderator:
Alice Hsu – Partner, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP

Panelists:

  • Parimal Kopardekar – (Acting) Director of NASA Aeronautics Research Institute & Sr. Technologist for Air Transportation Systems, NASA
  • Suzanne Lemieux – Manager, Midstream & Industry Operations, American Petroleum Institute
  • Judy Liu – Associate General Counsel, CenterPoint Energy, Inc.
  • Jennifer Richter – Partner, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP

10:30 am –
11:30 am

Minority Report: The Ethics & Impacts of Algorithms

 
Presented by: Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP

The information age has provided us with unparalleled insight into human conduct. Seemingly every digital move we make is captured, mined, commoditized, and leveraged for a myriad of commercial purposes. As a society, we encourage and applaud innovation, experimentation, and development, and we are delegating more and more decision-making to artificial intelligence, automation, and computer programming. Reactive by nature, the law is struggling to keep up with the pace of technological advancement, but we should also be considering the potential biases, hidden agendas, and discriminatory implications inherent in our aggressive pursuit of technology. This session will address the questions that the legal profession should be asking and how organizations can move forward in a responsible, legal, and ethical way.

Moderator:
Yodi Hailemariam – Associate, Information Privacy, Security & Governance Group, Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP

Panelists:

  • Bennett Borden – Chief Data Scientist and Chair, IG Group, Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
  • Jessica Lee – Partner, Co-Chair of Privacy, Security & Data Innovations, Loeb & Loeb LLP
  • Alexandra Ross – Director, Global Privacy and Data Security Counsel, Autodesk, Inc.

12:00 pm –
1:30 pm

Luncheon Plenary – Contract Lifecycle Management: Right Process, Right Sourcing, Right Technology / Presentation of 2019 MCCA Rainmakers Award

 
Lunch and Presentation of 2019 MCCA Rainmaker Awards: 12:00 – 12:30 PM

Presented by: VMware, Inc.

Speed is a quality all its own. Removing contracting friction from core business operations is therefore a defining objective of corporate law departments. The panel will present innovative approaches to re-engineering the entire contract lifecycle while also focusing on the human side—i.e., change management.

Specifically, the experts will explain how they have streamlined contract generation, including the incorporation of low-risk, self-service contracts made available directly to business users. They will explore how an all-digital workflow, from generation to execution, has facilitated their state-of-the-art repository. The repository is built for scale, as opposed to making the system incrementally more cumbersome, each additional contract adds a bundle of data points that makes the repository more valuable as a business intelligence tool. The attendant analytics have enhanced the reporting and compliance. Now, businesses can track KPIs like volume and velocity, and also perform much deeper analysis, such as the prevalence and characteristics of non-standard terms.

Furthermore, the panel will preview their efforts to increase throughput by extending this new approach to customer paper, some of which is now reviewed in seconds by an artificial intelligence tool that compares the customer’s proposed term to their playbooks.

Finally, the panel will focus on change management, and how they got stakeholders to embrace not only new processes and new tools, but also new team members in the form of offshore personnel.

Moderator:
Jacqueline Davis – Vice President & Deputy General Counsel, VMware, Inc.

Panelists:

  • Chase D’Agostino – Assistant Vice President of Corporate Solutions, QuisLex
  • Delma Locke – Associate General Counsel, Global Head of New Mobility, Uber Technologies Inc.
  • Suchitra Narayen – Vice President, North America Commercial Legal, Informatica

2:00 pm –
3:00 pm

Including the “Invisible” Minority: How Tech Can Assist Blind and Low-Vision Lawyers Lead the Way

 
Presented by: Kaufman Dolowich & Voluck, LLP

The American Bar Association (ABA) reports that 7% of its members have a disability. In 2011 41% of ABA firms had a lawyer with a disability in a “leadership position,” but not one was the chair or chair-elect. Despite the Americans with Disabilities Act’s 20-plus years of improvements in building access for people with disabilities, invisible barriers persist that block people with visual disabilities from the top management of law firms and general counsel offices. A simple example: a management spreadsheet distributed as a PDF document with tightly-crammed rows and columns that cannot be enlarged or read aloud by digital readers.

The answer in part may be digital accessibility–providing corporate communications and management reports in accessible formats and building tools to aid the visually impaired in reading and navigating websites. But technology can only go so far. Attitudes need to be adjusted just as much as physical curbs need to be cut. In a word-driven profession like the law, we need to recall that for most of human history language was spoken, not read.

Through the true stories of visually-impaired pioneers in the law, told by themselves in person and in media clips, we will explore the technology and sociology of blindness in the law and in technology industries, and, by extension, how other sensory and physical disabilities can be overcome through innovation and leadership.

Moderator:
Louie Castoria – Partner, Co-Chair of Professional Liability Practice Group, Kaufman Dolowich & Voluck, LLP

Panelists:

  • Timothy Elder – Principal Attorney, TRE Legal Practice
  • Karae Lisle – Chief Executive Officer, Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired
  • Neil Wilcox – Senior Vice President & General Counsel, Enterprise Shared Services, USAA

3:30 pm –
4:30 pm

Status Update: “It’s Complicated” – Examining the Relationship between Privacy and AVs

 
Presented by: Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP

Autonomous Vehicles (“AVs”) are no longer science fiction…they are a reality and once AVs become mainstream, they will revolutionize the methods in which we travel, work, and live. As legal counsels, we will also need to adopt and act as thought leaders in not only interpreting and applying new and emerging laws but also in shaping the laws.

AVs, to operate correctly and safely, require a vast amount of data. As a result, privacy and cybersecurity implications are at the forefront of this technology and this is a fast-evolving legal and regulatory landscape. For example, this past summer, the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (“NHTSA”) released its voluntary guidance, Automated Vehicles 3.0. Additionally, the US Congress is considering federal legislation, including the SELF-DRIVE Act in the House of Representatives, and Washington, DC and over 20 states have enacted their own legislation, including California, Florida, Illinois, New York, and South Carolina.

Laws like the California Consumer Privacy Act, which gives GDPR-like data rights to California consumers are also changing the way organizations must look at how data is collected, used, and shared with third parties. But how can we apply these privacy laws to AVs? How will manufacturers embed privacy and cybersecurity controls into the design process? What kinds of commercial applications will the new data sets collected by AVs create and what kinds of interest would we expect to see from advertisers and other commercial players in that data?

This practical, hands-on workshop will use AVs as a case study to take the participants through the privacy and cybersecurity framework as it is applied to this new and emerging technology. After a review of the latest industry and government take on AVs and a discussion of the new types of data that will be collected from IoT devices and smartphones generally and AVs specifically, participants will be divided into small groups to explore key privacy and cybersecurity issues related to AVs, including: (1) How does consent work?; (2) Should an opt-in or opt-out approach for data collection be used?; (3) What type of data is necessary for the vehicle to operate – i.e., what type of data sharing are users prohibited from opting-out of?; (4) Who will “own” the vehicle’s data?; and (5) What about data portability and retention?

Moderator:
Jeewon Kim Serrato – Partner & Head of Data Protection, Privacy and Cybersecurity US, Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP

Panelists:

  • Brett Cook – Associate General Counsel, Data Privacy, Cyber Security and Investigations, US Navy
  • Lior Nuchi – Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP
  • Darah Okeke – Senior Employment Counsel, Uber Technologies Inc.

4:30 pm –
6:00 pm

Closing Reception

* Please note the agenda times are in P.S.T.
** Please note that additional details in the agenda are currently being finalized.
*** Please note that the schedule in the agenda is subject to change.

Registration and Fees

 MembersNon-members
Registration DateIn-House Law Firms Government/
Non-Profit
In-House Law FirmsVendors
Early-Bird (until February 28)$500$650$500$650$850N/A
Regular (March 1 - April 3)$650$850$650$850$1,000 $1,000
On-Site Registration$700$1,000$700$900$1,200$1,200

Payment Message

All Major Credit Cards accepted.

MCCA Law Firm Members and Corporate Members: Please note as part of your company’s/firm’s membership benefits you may be entitled to a complimentary registration or a member discount rate for the conference registration.

For member complimentary registrations, members must obtain their complimentary codes from their “Company/Firm” and use them during registration. The complimentary codes should be entered in the discount code field at the Payment Page and members must click “Apply Now” to zero their balance.

For member discount rates to apply, members must select their “Company/Firm” from a drop down in Custom Information during the registration process. The member discount rate will automatically be applied at the Payment page.

For any questions or inquires, please contact events@mcca.com.

Cancellations & Substitutions

  • All cancellations MUST be received in writing.
  • Cancellations received before the “Early-Bird” deadline will be fully refunded minus a $100.00 administrative fee.
  • Cancellations received after the “Early-Bird” deadline but no later than 72 hours prior to the first date of an MCCA conference may, at MCCA’s discretion made on a case-by-case basis, apply a credit in the amount paid for the 2019 Global TEC Forum towards attendance to MCCA’s 2020 Global TEC Forum.
  • There will be NO refunds or credits for cancellations received less than 72 hours prior to the first date of the MCCA Conference.
  • Any approved credits will be processed after the MCCA conference.
  • An organization may substitute one paid participant for another participant from the same organization.
  • Cancellations and requests for substitutions must be submitted to events@mcca.com.

Financial Hardship Policy

This financial hardship policy applies to attorneys from MCCA member organizations, non-member organizations, or attorneys in public service. Attorneys who are unable to afford event registration fees due to financial hardship may petition for registration fee waivers or discounted registration fees. Full scholarships and discounts to attend MCCA’s conference are given priority to pro bono attorneys, judges, law professors, lawyers who work for nonprofit organizations, legal services organizations or government agencies, and unemployed attorneys with financial hardships. MCCA may waive or reduce the registration fee for MCCA conference at their discretion.

Additional Information:

  • MCCA will review applications on a rolling basis.
  • Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.
  • Full scholarship or reduced registration fees will not be granted retroactively.
  • Full scholarship or reduced registration fees are non-transferable from event to event or person to person.
  • MCCA will not review applications that are not submitted via the official application form.

To apply for the financial hardship scholarship, please click here to complete the application.

Special Requirements

Any special needs for facilities, visual aids or dietary requirements must be sent to events@mcca.com.

Terms and Conditions

Click here to review the MCCA Conference Registration General Terms and Conditions.

Event Speakers

Jonathan Avila

Vice President, Chief Privacy Officer,
Walmart, Inc.

Louie Castoria

Partner, Co-Chair of Professional Liability Practice Group,
Kaufman Dolowich & Voluck, LLP

Bennett Borden

Chief Data Scientist and Chair,
IG Group,
Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP

Joanne Charles

Attorney,
Microsoft Corporation

Mark Brennan

Partner,
Hogan Lovells US LLP
 

Dr. Courtney D. Cogburn

Assistant Professor,
Columbia University School of Social Work

Maggy Carlyle

Counsel, Business & Legal Affairs,
Pac-12 Enterprises

Brett Cook

Associate General Counsel, Data Privacy, Cyber Security and Investigations,
US Navy

Chase D’Agostino

Assistant Vice President of Corporate Solutions,
QuisLex

Yodi Hailemariam

Associate, Information Privacy, Security & Governance Group
Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP

Jacqueline Davis

Vice President & Deputy General Counsel,
VMware, Inc.

Alice Hsu

Partner,
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP

Timothy Elder

Principal Attorney,
TRE Legal Practice
 

Ravi Inthiran

Privacy Officer and Senior Director, Compliance,
Ripple Labs Inc.

D’Lonra Ellis

Assistant General Counsel,
Oakland Athletics Baseball Company

David Kim

Partner,
Stinson Leonard Street LLP
 
 
 

Parimal Kopardekar

(Acting) Director of NASA Aeronautics Research Institute & Sr. Technologist for Air Transportation Systems, NASA

Judy Liu

Associate General Counsel,
CenterPoint Energy, Inc.
 

Jessica Lee

Partner, Co-Chair of Privacy, Security & Data Innovations,
Loeb & Loeb LLP
 
 

Delma Locke

Associate General Counsel,
Global Head of New Mobility,
Uber Technologies Inc.

Suzanne Lemieux

Manager, Midstream & Industry Operations,
American Petroleum Institute
 
 

Njeri Mutura

Corporate Attorney,
Microsoft Corporation
 

Karae Lisle

Chief Executive Officer,
Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired
 
 

Suchitra Narayen

Vice President, North America Commercial Legal,
Informatica

Lior Nuchi

Partner,
Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP
 
 

Jennifer Richter

Partner,
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP

Darah Okeke

Senior Employment Counsel,
Uber Technologies Inc.
 
 

Alexandra Ross

Director, Global Privacy and Data Security Counsel,
Autodesk, Inc.

Sophia Piliouras

President, MCCA Advisory Practice,
Minority Corporate Counsel Association

Jeewon Kim Serrato

Partner & Head of Data Protection, Privacy and Cybersecurity US,
Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP

Reginald Rasch

General Counsel – Head of Legal,
Rakuten USA, Inc.
 

Aalok Sharma

Attorney,
Stinson Leonard Street LLP

Heather Vigil

Shareholder,
Littler Mendelson P.C.

Neil Wilcox

Senior Vice President & General Counsel, Enterprise Shared Services,
USAA

Speaker List

Jonathan Avila

Vice President, Chief Privacy Officer,
Walmart, Inc.

Bennett Borden

Chief Data Scientist and Chair,
IG Group,
Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP

Mark Brennan

Partner,
Hogan Lovells US LLP

Maggy Carlyle

Counsel, Business & Legal Affairs,
Pac-12 Enterprises

Louie Castoria

Partner, Co-Chair of Professional Liability Practice Group,
Kaufman Dolowich & Voluck, LLP

Joanne Charles

Attorney,
Microsoft Corporation

Dr. Courtney D. Cogburn

Assistant Professor,
Columbia University School of Social Work

Brett Cook

Associate General Counsel, Data Privacy, Cyber Security and Investigations,
US Navy

Chase D’Agostino

Assistant Vice President of Corporate Solutions,
QuisLex

Jacqueline Davis

Vice President & Deputy General Counsel,
VMware, Inc.

Timothy Elder

Principal Attorney,
TRE Legal Practice

D’Lonra Ellis

Assistant General Counsel,
Oakland Athletics Baseball Company

Yodi Hailemariam

Associate,
Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP

Alice Hsu

Partner,
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP

Ravi Inthiran

Privacy Officer and Senior Director, Compliance,
Ripple Labs Inc.

David Kim

Partner,
Stinson Leonard Street LLP

Parimal Kopardekar

(Acting) Director of NASA Aeronautics Research Institute &
Sr. Technologist for Air Transportation Systems,
NASA

Jessica Lee

Partner, Co-Chair of Privacy, Security & Data Innovations,
Loeb & Loeb LLP

Suzanne Lemieux

Manager, Midstream & Industry Operations,
American Petroleum Institute

Karae Lisle

Chief Executive Officer,
Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired

Judy Liu

Associate General Counsel,
CenterPoint Energy, Inc.

Delma Locke

Associate General Counsel,
Global Head of New Mobility,
Uber Technologies Inc.

Njeri Mutura

Corporate Attorney,
Microsoft Corporation

Suchitra Narayen

Vice President, North America Commercial Legal,
Informatica

Lior Nuchi

Partner,
Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP

Darah Okeke

Senior Employment Counsel,
Uber Technologies Inc.

Sophia Piliouras

President, MCCA Advisory Practice,
Minority Corporate Counsel Association

Reginald Rasch

General Counsel – Head of Legal,
Rakuten USA, Inc.

Jennifer Richter

Partner,
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP

Alexandra Ross

Director, Global Privacy and Data Security Counsel,
Autodesk, Inc.

Jeewon Kim Serrato

Partner & Head of Data Protection, Privacy and Cybersecurity US,
Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP

Aalok Sharma

Attorney,
Stinson Leonard Street LLP

Heather Vigil

Shareholder,
Littler Mendelson P.C.

Neil Wilcox

Senior Vice President & General Counsel, Enterprise Shared Services,
USAA

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