At OneTrust we are excited to celebrate this International Women’s Day by announcing our Women in Privacy panel, taking place March 25. We take pride in supporting and working with so many of the women around the world that are leading and shaping the privacy landscape. To celebrate women’s contributions to the industry we’ll be joined by an expert panel of female privacy professionals, to discuss their experiences, what they’ve learned through their careers, and future successes they aim to achieve. 

Register for the webinar: Women in Privacy Panel

Throughout history, women have faced oppression in many different ways, and even today women still face additional hurdles in their career solely on the basis of gender. The infamous ‘glass ceiling’ has been representative of the invisible barriers that have hindered women’s professional achievements, but our panelists demonstrate that ‘glass ceilings’ are becoming a thing of the past. 

Celebrating Women in Privacy and Their Experiences

We’re delighted that our host, Iana Gaytandjieva, Lead Privacy Analyst at OneTrust, will be joined by Gita Shivarattan, Counsel at Ashurst, and Tumi Atolagbe, Information Governance and Risk Advisor at British Council, with more panelists to be announced. Our panelists all take a lead in shaping the privacy landscape, and will be sharing their experiences, how they have overcome challenges and maintain growth, as well as their advice for women at all stages of their professional career. This interactive session will also allow you to ask any specific questions about their experiences as women in privacy. 

Register for the webinar: Women in Privacy Panel

How Can You Celebrate Women’s History Month?

March is Women’s History Month, a chance to reflect on the great contributions that women have made to society, historically with the odds against them. There are plenty of things you can do to celebrate women’s accomplishments, here are a few ideas: 

  • Register for our Women in Privacy panel, taking place on March 25 
  • Support a good cause that helps to improve the lives of women around the world 
  • Start or join a book club that spotlights female authors 
  • Start conversations with friends and colleagues about how women can be supported, and create an open dialogue about the different challenges that women face, especially intersectional challenges 

 To celebrate Women’s History Month and learn more about some of the women shaping the privacy industry and their experiences, be sure to register for our webinar.