Deanna DiCarlantonio, CIPP/US, CIPP/E
Madison/Milwaukee, WI KnowledgeNet Chair
Vice President International Privacy Programs
Ms. DiCarlantonio is an experienced corporate privacy leader and a global privacy expert in the financial services and healthcare sectors. Ms. DiCarlantonio currently serves as Vice President, International Privacy Programs and Innovations at UnitedHealth Group, a Fortune 500 global health and wellness company. In her current role, Ms. DiCarlantonio oversees UnitedHealth Group’s international privacy program in 20 jurisdictions across EMEA, APAC, Canada, and South America. In addition to her international focus, Ms. DiCarlantonio leads enterprise privacy-by-design efforts for innovations within the health and wellness marketplace, including mobile applications, texting, and marketing.
Prior to joining UnitedHealth Group, Ms. DiCarlantonio served in leadership positions in both the public and private sector. Ms. DiCarlantonio was the President of the DiCarlantonio Group, a consulting firm that provided privacy, security, and compliance services. Key engagements included advising the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Senior Official for Privacy and the Chief Information Security Officer on privacy matters and supporting the development of an enterprise program. Ms. DiCarlantonio also served as the Corporate Leader for Privacy at CUNA Mutual Group, a financial services company based in Madison, WI. Ms. DiCarlantonio also spent several years in consulting with the firm Booz, Allen, and Hamilton and had privacy engagements with various governmental agencies, including the Internal Revenue Service, the Department of Homeland Security, and United States Department of Agriculture.
Ms. DiCarlantonio holds a Master of Arts in German and European Studies from Georgetown and a Bachelor of Arts in German, International Relations, and Political Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Ms. DiCarlantonio is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP-US and CIPP-EU) and has made multiple contributions to articles and standards, including the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST), Special Publication 800.122-Guide to Protecting the Confidentiality of Personally Identifiable Information.