As EY Americas Privacy Leader, Angela is responsible for leading the organization’s national privacy practice and a team of experienced professionals with diverse backgrounds, including law, risk, compliance, technology and audit. They are responsible for helping solve the data privacy challenges faced by EY clients.
Having worked with clients in a variety of sectors, including financial services, global e-commerce and health care, she has helped manage national data breach incidents, and led responses to Federal Trade Commission’s consent decrees and Senate investigations, as well as privacy-related class action litigation.
Prior to joining EY, Angela served as managing director of the national cybersecurity and privacy practice of another Big Four organization.
Formerly a practicing attorney, Angela earned her Juris Doctor in Law from Mitchell Hamline School of Law and her BA in Philosophy from the University of Minnesota.
How Angela is building a better working world
“I help build a better working world by designing and driving strategy and innovation around privacy solutions, including new product offerings, analysis of privacy market trends, collaborations with third-party technology partners as well as oversight and quality for privacy engagements at EY. I have advised clients about designing and implementing commercial solution offerings, GDPR/CCPA/Global privacy managed services, automation and workflow orchestration, across multiple sectors and in complex data environments.”