As general counsel at Epsilon-Conversant [Epsilon owns Conversant], I bring additional perspective to the company’s decision making process and advise senior leadership.
Having one dedicated client allows for a collaborative and fulfilling partnership at a level generally not available outside.
As a company, we are prepared to adapt with the evolving privacy landscape. I’m excited to be a leader in that effort, working across teams, clients and partners.
In a big organisation, it can be a challenge to connect with others in a meaningful way. I try to combat it by getting out for regular face-to-face meetings.
For those of us who are good actors, we need to be stewards for our industry. A challenge can be effectively conveying the many benefits of data-driven communications to consumers and our customers.
I look for partners who are transparent about what they can and cannot handle with expertise. I appreciate and hire firms that support diverse backgrounds and viewpoints.
I’m proud to have done interesting legal work, to have met wonderful, engaged people, and also to have had the chance to serve the public interest in a meaningful way. Securing asylum for a woman from Burundi who endured terrible injustices is a highlight, for example, though not work I normally do.