#CBEchronicles #3

Technology, Privacy, and the New Normal


Jan Whittington, Associate Professor of the Department of Urban Design and Planning in conversation with
 Ginger Armbruster, Chief Privacy Officer, City of Seattle

Wednesday May 20th  | 6:00 – 7:00 pm | Zoom
Updated Link to RSVP

In this conversation, CBE Associate Professor in Urban Design & Planning, Jan Whittington speaks with Ginger Armbruster, the City of Seattle’s Chief Privacy Officer. Jan is Director of the Urban Infrastructure Lab, and Associate Faculty at the Tech Policy Lab, and her research applies transaction cost economic theory to networked infrastructures to internalize externalities. Ginger leads a team of privacy specialists in the execution of the City’s Privacy Program, following a principles-based approach to the City’s management of the public’s personal and sensitive information. Prior to this role, she worked for Microsoft on an international team of privacy specialists to resolve issues associated with multi-million-dollar marketing initiatives. She spent the first 20 years of her career working in sales and marketing for Fortune 500 companies such as IBM, Hewlett-Packard and Johnson & Johnson, as well as several medical technology startup companies.

This discussion will start with a showing of the #CBEchronicles biweekly digest, and will include time for questions and discussion. It is free and accessible to the public, and due to the showing of our first lecture, we have expanded space! You must RSVP to attend, a confirmation with Zoom information will be sent to you after you register.