As Google’s Global Policy Lead for Law Enforcement and Government Access, Katelyn Ringrose works on all issues tied to data governance. Before her current position, Katelyn served as the Future of Privacy Forum’s Christopher Wolf Diversity Fellow — working on data privacy and security.
Through the International Association of Privacy Professionals, Katelyn holds CIPM, CIPP-EU and CIPP-U certifications, and is a 2021 Fellow of Information Privacy.
Katelyn was chosen as a 2022 Out in National Security Leader and is a former board member for Women in Security and Privacy (WISP) in Washington, DC. She writes about issues tied to state/federal privacy legislation; sensitive personal data; and appropriate safeguards for cross-border transfers. Find Katelyn’s law reviews and articles in Berkeley Tech Law Journal, Berkeley Law Review, Denver Law Review, Notre Dame Journal of Emerging Technology, Notre Dame Law Review, on IAPP and FPF’s websites and more.