As a Senior Policy Manager at GSMA, Jade focuses on privacy and data protection, focusing particularly on privacy issues related to cross-border data transfers, big data, the Internet of Things, and children’s privacy. Prior to joining GSMA, Jade advised clients on compliance with privacy and data protection laws and regulations as a consultant at the London office of Promontory Financial Group. Jade served as Senior Advisor for Internet Policy at the National Telecommunications and Information Administration/U.S. Department of Commerce. Jade co-chaired a working group responsible for developing and coordinating U.S. government policy on international commercial data privacy. She also participated in the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor consultation initiated in 2013. Jade previously served as Director of Internet Public Policy at the State Department and as head of the U.S. delegation to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development’s working party on information security and privacy. She also served as alternate head of delegation at various meetings of the OECD and International Telecommunication Union in Geneva. Jade has a bachelor of arts degree in history, with honors, from The George Washington University, and a juris doctor degree and certificate in international and comparative law from The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law.
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