Executive Advisory Board

The Executive Advisory Board on Building Trusted Data Strategies to Drive Innovation

Our Mission

To bring together a dynamic group of senior-level executives passionate about creating strategies that protect people and drive value from sensitive personal information for innovation that benefits everyone.

About the Executive Advisory Board

The Executive Advisory Board is an invitation-only executive group of up to 20 members from public and private sector organizations based in North America and the UK/Europe. Members are known for leveraging sensitive personal data safely and responsibly to drive innovation.

The Board is a non-competitive forum for like-minded peers to exchange insights on key industry issues pertaining to the safe and responsible use of sensitive information. Together, we conceptualize and hone data strategies that help organizations earn trust – a critical asset for driving positive outcomes.

What members are saying

“Being a part of the Executive Advisory Board has been a tremendous opportunity. What makes this board so unique is the deep expertise of the members in such areas as data governance, de-identification, digitally enhanced research, data strategy, and other innovative areas that are at the forefront of privacy today. The conversations I have been a part of at the board level have been truly insightful and had a real impact in how I approach privacy and data strategy at Flatiron. I’m thrilled to be continuing on the board with such incredible thought leaders and really looking forward to the continued exploration of data strategies to drive innovation.”

- Nick Accomando, VP, Chief Compliance and Privacy Officer, Flatiron Health

“As a member of the Privacy Analytics Executive Advisory Board, I have been impressed by the organization’s commitment to innovation and thought leadership in the data privacy space. Through regular discussions and meetings with other board members, I have gained valuable insights into emerging trends and best practices in data privacy and security. This has helped me stay ahead of the curve in my own work and has given me valuable insights that I can use in my day-to-day job. I am proud to be a part of this distinguished group and look forward to continuing to contribute to its success in the years to come.”

– Stephen Bamford, Head of Clinical Data Standards & Transparency, Johnson & Johnson

“A rising tide lifts all boats. Indeed, the aphorism applies to the ever-evolving field of privacy professionals, where practitioners mutually benefit from opportunities to share ideas and best practices. This has been my experience as a member of the Privacy Analytics Executive Board. I especially appreciated access to a collaborative community of peers whose experiences are both common enough to relate to, but diverse enough to expand my vision of the field. Kudos to Privacy Analytics for conceiving and executing on this important forum.”

– Courtney Bowman, Global Director of Privacy & Civil Liberties Engineering, Palantir Technologies

“Being a member of the Executive Advisory Board was a valuable experience for me. The chance to work with passionate and diverse industry leaders created a unique platform for collaboration, idea sharing and dynamic problem solving. Thank you to Privacy Analytics, who curated a highly effective Board teeming with myriads of insights. I am excited to continue serving on the Board and drive further innovation!”

– Douglas Lee, VP Research & Development, Sidus Insights Inc.

“Being a part of the Executive Advisory Board allowed me to stay up-to-date on the latest trends and best practices in the field of data privacy, while also providing valuable guidance and feedback to others based on our own experience. Privacy Analytics fostered a highly interactive environment for peer-to-peer learning. I appreciated the opportunity to work collaboratively with other industry leaders to make a positive impact on the landscape.”

– Len Usvyat, Head of Clinical Advanced Analytics, Fresenius Medical Care

“It is refreshing to hear that my peers are working to address the same data and privacy issues. I enjoy the different perspectives voiced in the quarterly meetings and ability to ask questions, in a safe environment, to learn why a certain approach was taken. Thank you to Privacy Analytics for enabling such a strong platform for the exchange of rich insights among a dynamic group of members.”

– Paul White, SVP, Data Insights, FinThrive

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