PARTICIPANTS: Who has helped so far with “Trust, Identity and Data Privacy — A Multistakeholder Approach”

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Trust, Identity and Data Privacy — A Multi-Stakeholder Approach:
Protecting consumers, news, brands and democracy

April 24-25, 2019, downtown Washington, D.C.

WHO ATTENDED in BROOKLYN 

  1. Andres Arrieta, Technology Projects Manager, Electronic Frontier Foundation, San Francisco
  2. Kevin Bankston, director, Open Technology Institute, New America Foundation
  3. Scott Bradner, director, ITEGA, Cambridge, Mass.
  4. Laura Bright, Strategic Communications Professor, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas
  5. Mark Bullard, director, digital business development, Lee Enterprises Inc., Davenport, Iowa
  6. David Carroll, professor, Parsons/New School for Media & Technology, New York  (LINK)
  7. Gary Deutsch, CFO & EVP of Corporate Development, LiveIntent Inc., New York, N.Y.
  8. Michelle de Mooy, consultant, Local Media Consortium and ITEGA
  9. Bill Densmore, RJI Fellow and executive director, ITEGA, Williamstown, Mass.
  10. Peter Dolanjski, product manager, ETP, Mozilla, San Francisco
  11. Todd Eskelsen, co-op and tax-exempt law, Eskelsen Law Group LLC, Kensington, Md.
  12. Augustine Fou, ad-fraud expert & principal, Marketing Science Consulting Group, New York, N.Y.
  13. Dave Gehring, CEO / founder, Distributed Media Lab / Project Meridio, Palo Alto, Calif.
  14. Christina Gillham, director, Thatcher & Co., New York
  15. Sean Goggins, Global Consent Manager project lead, University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo.
  16. Jo Ellen Green Kaiser, board chair, Information Trust Exchange Governing Association
  17. Mitchell Grummon, business-development director, Mother Jones Magazine
  18. Joseph Hardin, vp/product leadership, Alliance for Audited Media, Arlington Heights, Ill.
  19. Christian Hendricks, president, Local Media Consortium
  20. Justin Hendrix, executive director, NYC Media Lab, Brooklyn, N.Y.
  21. Jeff Jarvis, Director, Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism at CUNY’s Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism, New York
  22. Joseph Jerome, Center for Demoracy & Technology, Washington, D.C.
  23. Mike Kelley, chief information security officer, E.W. Scripps Company, Cincinnati, Ohio
  24. Richard Lerner, CEO, Clickshare Service Corp., Amherst, Mass. (UDEX.ORG)  | (specification)
  25. Christopher Lewis, vice president, advocacy, Public Knowledge, Washington, D.C.
  26. Jeremy Malcolm, executive director, Prostasia Foundation | IGF member
  27. Don Marti, strategist, Mozilla, San Francisco
  28. Johannes Munter, manager, public policy, News Media Alliance, Arllington, Va.
  29. Aviv Ovadya, founder, The Thoughtful Technology Project | felllow, Alliance for Security Democracy, Oakland, Calif.
  30. Chris Pedigo, SVP, government affairs, Digital Content Next, Washington, D.C.
  31. Brendan Riordan-Butterworth, consultant, formerly IAB Tech Lab, Brooklyn, N.Y.
  32. David Rowley, Senior Director – Ad Platform Strategies, Advance Local, New Jersey
  33. Dan Rua, CEO, Admiral, Gainsville, Fla.
  34. Ashkan Soltani, former CTO, Federal Trade Commission, Oakland, Calif.
  35. Amie Stepanovich, U.S. policy manager,  AcccessNow.org, Washington, D.C.
  36. Greg Swanson, development / outreach for ITEGA and  principal partner at ITZontarget, Portland, Ore.
  37. Arvid Tchivzhel, product-development director, Mather Economics, Atlanta, Ga.
  38. Eva Tucker, Principal designer, Eva Tucker Design LLC, Arnold, Mo.
  39. Jed Williams, chief innovation officer, the Local Media Association
  40. Fran Wills, CEO, The Local Media Consortium
  41. Lauren Zion, VP of revenue operations, LiveIntent Inc., New York, N.Y.OTHER PARTICIPANTS

OTHER PARTICIPANTS 

  1. Laura Moy, executive director & professor, Georgetown Univ. Center on Privacy and Technology
  2. Elizabeth Renieris, global policy counsel, Everynm Inc., Washington, D.C.

ADDITIONAL PARTICIPANTS (Chicago) 

ADDITIONAL PARTICIPANTS at Pocantico

  • Bill Donnelly, director, iRespond Global
  • Dan Gilsolfi, CTO trusted identity, IBM Industry Platforms
  • Kirk Kordeleski, principal, CULedger/BEST Consulting
  • Charlie Kravetz, general manager, WBUR / Boston University
  • Martin Langeveld, director and consultant, The Berkshire Eagle
  • Jeff Light, publisher & editor-in-chief, The San Diego Union-Tribune
  • Kathy Merritt, SVP journalism and radio, Corp. for Public Broadcasting, Washington, D.C.
  • Linda Miller, director, network journalism/innovation, American Public Media, Minneapolis, Minn.
  • Graf Mouen, founder/CEO, Taxonometrics/Your Stream
  • Brian Muller, VP data and growth, The Atlantic
  • Esfand Pourmand, VP Revenue, The Boston Globe
  • Hong Qu, management board, Lenfest Institute / Shorenstein Center
  • Drummond Reed, trustee & chair, Sovrin Trust Framework Working Group
  • Doc Searls, Editor/Researcher, Linux Journal / Customer Commons / Harvard Berkman
  • Tom Thomas, co-CEO, Station Resource Group
  • Norris P. West, director strategic communications, Annie E. Casey Foundation

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