Join an IAPP Advisory Board

 

The submission period for 2014 advisory boards is currently closed.

 

Education Advisory Board

The IAPP Education Advisory Board supports the creation of compelling and timely programming for IAPP live event conferences and virtual programs. The board convenes for periodic conference calls, during which members offer guidance on emerging privacy trends and issues, and recommends programming on privacy and data protection issues that privacy professionals need to know. Other contributions include networking with peers to promote, support and field inquires on IAPP event programming.
Current Education Advisory Board

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Publications Advisory Board

The Publications Advisory Board helps guide the IAPP’s coverage of privacy and security issues. Members play a critical role by ensuring content is useful and fresh. This advisory board convenes every other month by teleconference, where members suggest timely, relevant content based on their work in the field of privacy. Besides meaningful participation in the monthly conference call, members of this board are expected to provide articles for publication and may also be asked to help recruit potential authors.
Current Publications Advisory Board

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Certification Advisory Boards

IAPP certification advisory boards meet regularly via teleconference to provide insight into and perspective on certification course requirements and related textbooks, training, and examinations. Senior privacy officers, attorneys and consultants with demonstrated subject matter expertise in the areas covered under IAPP privacy credentialing programs are encouraged to serve on these boards.
Current Certification Advisory Boards

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Canadian Advisory Board

The IAPP Canadian Advisory Board comprises a minimum of 12 privacy professionals who actively participate in developing programming and content for IAPP Canada. A two-year commitment is required for this board. Members of the Canadian Advisory Board provide guidance and strategic input, and serve as leaders in the promotion of IAPP Canada and all of its programs and activities.
Current Canadian Advisory Board

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European Advisory Board

The IAPP European Advisory Board comprises a group of privacy professionals who actively participate in developing programming and content for IAPP Europe. A two-year commitment is required for this board. Members of the European Advisory Board provide guidance and strategic input, and serve as leaders in the promotion of IAPP Europe and all of its programs and activities.
Current European Advisory Board

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Research Advisory Board

The IAPP Research Advisory Board is a full partner in the development of the IAPP's research agenda and leadership of the IAPP Westin Research Center; the establishment of ties to academia, industry and policymakers; and the identification of research funding opportunities. The board, which comprises leading academics, policymakers and professionals, is led by the IAPP Vice President of Research and Education, Omer Tene, and meets several times per year in-person and via teleconference. There are no openings at this time.
Current Research Advisory Board

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IAPP Board of Directors

The IAPP Board of Directors comprises a minimum of 18 privacy professionals who actively participate in various aspects of IAPP operations. A five-year commitment is required for this board, whose members work to help the organization achieve its mission. Nominations may be submitted at any time during the year. Candidates, or those nominating on another’s behalf, should include brief biographical data and an objective for serving on the board of directors in their nomination. The Nominating Committee will consider candidates late in the year, and will forward its recommendations to the full board of directors for consideration and election.
Board nomination process (pdf 191KB)
Current Board of Directors

Selection Criteria
The Nominating Committee will assess nominees based on their qualifications, including, but not limited to:

•    Participation in IAPP conferences
•    CIPP status
•    Submission of articles to IAPP publications
•    Existing leadership roles within the IAPP
•    Industry diversity, geographic diversity and gender/race/ethnic diversity

For additional information, or to nominate a candidate to any of the above advisory boards, please send an email to nominations@privacyassociation.org.