Strategists

Peter Cullen

Executive Strategist, Policy Innovation

The Information Accountability Foundation

pcullen@informationaccountability.org

Peter Cullen is Executive Strategist for Policy Innovation at The Information Accountability Foundation. He leads the Foundation’s project on the Effective Data Protection Governance Project, which examines public policy/governance mechanisms to achieve more effective data use and protection. Cullen has over two decades of expertise in corporate governance, privacy and risk management as well as extensive background in building sound organisational practices. During that time, he has provided strategic leadership to organisations, helping them leverage information use to achieve business value and differentiation, as well as advance their reputation and image.He also currently serves as the CEO of Global Information Governance Solutions, a boutique consulting firm providing strategic advisory services to organisations. His distinguished career includes work as General Manager for Trustworthy Computing and Chief Privacy Strategist at Microsoft Corp. There, he led the development and implementation of programmes that bolstered the trustworthiness of Microsoft® products, services, processes and systems worldwide. He also led practice areas of Risk, Policy and Compliance management.In 2003, Peter was honored with the International Association of Privacy Professionals’ (IAPP) Vanguard Award for Privacy Innovation for his contributions to the privacy profession. Peter holds an MBA with distinction from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario.


Stan W. Crosley

Senior Foundation Strategist

The Information Accountability Foundation

stan@crosleylawoffices.com

Stan Crosley is co-director of the Indiana University Center for Law, Ethics and Applied Research (CLEAR) in Health Information and principal at Crosley Law Offices, LLC. Crosley is the former chief privacy officer for Eli Lilly Company, where he initiated Lilly’s global privacy programme in 1998. The programme received the 2007 Innovation Award from the IAPP. Crosley also co-founded and served as chair of the International Pharmaceutical Privacy Consortium and was a member of the IOM Medical Research and Privacy Committee. He serves on the boards of the Indiana Health Informatics Technology, Inc., the IAPP and The Privacy Projects. Crosley is a member of the Brookings Institute’s Active Surveillance Implementation Council, which is providing guidance to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on issues surrounding medical product surveillance and the FDA’s Sentinel project. He is also on the advisory board for the journal International Data Privacy Law.

Crosley is a frequent speaker/lecturer on health information technology, privacy and data protection, health research and information utilisation, HIPAA/HITECH, EU data protection, international privacy and data protection, information governance and all aspects of operating privacy programmes.

Crosley is a graduate of Hillsdale College with a bachelor of science in biology/chemistry and of Indiana University Maurer School of Law at Bloomington, where he received a JD with honors. He is a member of the board of Shepherd Community Center, dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty on Indianapolis’s east side, and is active in his church and community.


Lynn A. Goldstein

Senior Foundation Strategist

The Information Accountability Foundation

lgoldstein@informationaccountability.org

Lynn A. Goldstein is Senior Strategist at the Foundation. She is the former Chief Data Officer for the Center for Urban Science + Progress at New York University. Prior to joining NYU, Lynn was the Chief Privacy Officer and Privacy General Counsel for JPMorgan Chase from 2004 to 2013 and was the Chief Privacy Officer for Bank One from 2003 to 2004. From 2001 to 2004, Lynn was General Counsel for Bank One’s credit card company, and from 1983 to 2001, she was Head of Litigation for Bank One, First Chicago NBD and First Chicago. Prior to joining JPMorgan Chase and predecessor entities, Lynn was in private practice and clerked for a federal judge. Lynn is a lawyer and a Certified Information Privacy Professional and a frequent speaker on privacy topics.


 

Barbara Lawler, FIP, CIPP/US, CIPM

Senior Foundation Strategist

The Information Accountability Foundation

blawler@informationaccountability.org

Barb Lawler is an experienced business and globally recognized privacy leader who has successfully designed and implemented market-leading global privacy and technology programs.  She has an extensive track record, as an active member of the data policy landscape, in shaping the thinking of U.S. and global policymakers on data policy issues through direct interaction, formal testimony and leadership roles in key information policy organizations.

As the founder and president of Digital Stewardship Strategies, Barb guides organizations to set strategies to implement ethical approaches to privacy and digital stewardship, focusing on machine learning and artificial intelligence applications. She provides strategic advice and analysis; develops frameworks, tools and messaging that emphasize stakeholder-focused accountability.

Barb is the former CPO at Intuit, makers of TurboTax®, QuickBooks®, and Mint® where she lead global implementation of data stewardship, privacy by design and ethical data innovation directly benefiting consumers.  Her team of privacy professionals worked with product developers and data scientists to deliver practical, innovative data governance decision-making tools.  Intuit finished in the top 10 “Most Trusted Company for Privacy” since 2006. Before Intuit, Barb was the first CPO of Hewlett Packard, where she previously spent several years in data management, marketing and privacy roles.

She is a long-time participant and Senior Strategist for the Information Accountability Foundation (IAF), is the Chair of the Ponemon Institute (PI) RIM Council Advisory Board and a PI Distinguished Fellow, member of the Internet Ethics Advisory Board at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics (Santa Clara University) and is a Future of Privacy Forum member.  Barb is a previous member of the IAPP and CIPL Board of Directors, speaks frequently on privacy and information ethics, participates in policymaker discussions, and has testified four times before the U.S. Congress, and before the FTC and IRS.

Beyond the office, Barb supports youth arts programs and recently launched a small Foundation to support young peoples’ participation.  She enjoys the company of her college age kids, good food and wine, the arts, hiking and the beach. She serves on the Board of Directors of the Children’s Council of San Francisco.