In-house counsel

In-house counsel

Published: 02 July 2019


Welcome to Global Data Review’s 2019 in-house counsel survey, which aims to name and profile some of the key in-house data law talent around the world. In the wake of our 2018 40 Under 40 survey of leading up-and-coming private practice data lawyers, we wanted to identify some of the leading data-focused corporate counsel and give them an opportunity to say a bit about themselves, pinpoint their career highlights and tell us about the major data issues faced by their employers – as well as provide some tips for people in private practice as they pitch for work. We think the results make for interesting reading.


Alexis Goltra

Alexis Goltra

Oracle

United States of America

Caroline Louveaux

Caroline Louveaux

Mastercard

Belgium

Carolyn Lidgerwood

Carolyn Lidgerwood

Rio Tinto

Australia

Darryl Anthony

Darryl Anthony

VMware

United Kingdom

Flavia Mitri

Flavia Mitri

Uber

Brazil

Geff Brown

Geff Brown

Microsoft

United States of America

Grace Chen

Grace Chen

Ant Financial

Singapore

Gustavo Godinho

Gustavo Godinho

Whirlpool

Brazil

Jennifer Cantwell

Jennifer Cantwell

Four Seasons

Canada

Jessie Luo

Jessie Luo

Huawei

China

Lisa Gallerano

Lisa Gallerano

Epsilon

United States of America

Lorena Marciano

Lorena Marciano

Cisco

Belgium

Nina Barakzai

Nina Barakzai

Unilever

Netherlands

Olga Ganopolsky

Olga Ganopolsky

Macquarie

Australia

Onur Sumer

Onur Sumer

Turkcell

Turkey

Peter Lefkowitz

Peter Lefkowitz

Citrix

United States of America

Sandra Kilbourne

Sandra Kilbourne

Amadeus

Germany

Sarah Pozner

Sarah Pozner

Aviva

United Kingdom

Steve Satterfield

Steve Satterfield

Facebook

United States of America

Wagner Osti

Wagner Osti

Booking.com

Brazil