Privacy Advisor

IAPP Announces New Appointments to the 2008 Board of Directors

March 1, 2008

The IAPP is pleased to announce the appointment of four new directors to its Board as well as the promotion of directors to serve in new leadership roles. The IAPP Board of Directors now includes privacy leaders from Accenture, Charles Schwab, Goodwin Procter and the U.S. Office of the Director of National Intelligence. They join existing directors from General Electric Company, Google, Highmark Inc., IBM Corp., Information Integrity Solutions, Intel, Kelley Drye Collier Shannon, Marriott International, Microsoft Corp., Nationwide Insurance Companies, The Procter & Gamble Company, Schering-Plough Corp., The Walt Disney Company, Wal-Mart and Zeno Group.

IAPP Board President Sandra R. Hughes, CIPP, Global Ethics, Compliance and Privacy Executive, The Procter & Gamble Company, said the new Board members continue to strengthen the IAPP's commitment to international and government privacy issues.
"We are pleased to welcome these talented new members of the IAPP Board," Hughes said. The IAPP looks forward to drawing upon their experience and leadership to further our mission to provide our membership across the globe with opportunities to share best practices, advance privacy management issues and advance their skills."

The IAPP announced the appointment of these four new members to the Board of Directors: Bojana Bellamy, Global Data Privacy Compliance Lead, Accenture; Agnes Bundy Scanlan, Counsel, Goodwin Procter LLP; Janet Chapman, CIPP, Chief Privacy Officer, Charles Schwab Corporation; and Alexander Joel, CIPP/G, Civil Liberties Protection Officer, Office of the Director of National Intelligence.

Bellamy, based in London, currently oversees Accenture's data privacy and data protection compliance efforts worldwide and advises on data privacy matters that impact Accenture outsourcing, consulting and technology services. Prior to joining Accenture, Bellamy worked as Principal Consultant with Privacy Laws & Business on data protection consulting and auditing projects for clients in the UK and abroad.

Bundy Scanlan, a counsel in Goodwin Procter's Business Law Department and a member of its Financial Services Practice, advises clients on a broad range of compliance management, privacy and Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) issues. Prior to joining Goodwin, Bundy Scanlan was managing director and chief compliance and chief privacy officer at FleetBoston. She also is the former chairwoman of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors Consumer Advisory Council and has served as legal counsel to the U.S. Senate Budget Committee.

Chapman is chief privacy officer for the Charles Schwab Corporation, overseeing the creation of privacy strategy, policies and standards, and ensuring that they are understood and maintained. She also coordinates the execution of privacy legislative and regulatory changes across the company and acts as liaison to various industry councils and professional groups, including serving as Chair of the Privacy Committee of the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) and serves on the advisory board of the Ponemon Institute's Responsible Information Management Council.

Joel is the Civil Liberties Protection Officer for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. He is responsible for ensuring that the policies of Intelli-gence Community agencies protect privacy and civil liberties and ensuring that the use of technology sustains privacy. Joel also has worked as an attorney for the CIA and Marriott International, in addition to serving in the U.S. Army JAG Corps.

Also effective immediately are the appointments of:

  • Sandra R. Hughes, CIPP, Global Ethics, Compliance and Privacy Executive, The Procter & Gamble Company, to serve as President
  • Jonathan D. Avila, CIPP, Vice President — Counsel, Chief Privacy Officer, The Walt Disney Company, to serve as Vice President
  • Nuala O'Connor Kelly, CIPP/G, Chief Privacy Leader and Senior Counsel, General Electric Company, to serve as Secretary
  • David Hoffman, CIPP, Group Counsel and Director of Privacy & Security, Intel Corp., to serve as Treasurer