Kacee Taylor is on the Privacy, Security and Compliance team at Everlaw, an e-discovery software company. Prior to this role, she worked in technology transactions and Internet policy, as well as Baker McKenzie’s Intellectual Property group in Vietnam.
In her spare time, she is heavily involved in Women Serve on Boards, a movement that tracks the process and progress of increasing female leadership on corporate boards of directors in Fortune 500 companies, holding companies with all male board members accountable for the systematic exclusion of women.
She holds a J.D. from the University of San Francisco School of Law with Honors in Intellectual Property and Technology, and served as Editor-in-Chief of the Intellectual Property and Technology Law Journal. She has a dual-degree in Economics and Psychology from the University of Virginia.