Publications Contributor, IAPP Conference Speaker
Give Back. And Get Ahead
What makes IAPP programs and events a cut above? Our members’ input. They offer their time, expertise and leadership in ways that really count—for them and for their fellow members.
If you’re looking for ways to network, advance the privacy profession, and share what you know, IAPP volunteer opportunities are the way to go. (Bonus: You’ll also earn CPE credits.)
Your leadership and expertise can make a real impact on our advisory boards and Board of Directors.
Share your privacy knowledge as a speaker at our conferences and programs.
If you’ve got privacy insights and information, our publications will get the word out. You can also write high-quality items for our certification exam bank.
Become a KnowledgeNet chair and help organize chapter meetings in your city each year. You’ll meet privacy people through a leadership role.
With our Pro Bono Privacy Initiative, you’ll help human services nonprofits get the privacy support they need.
It takes a lot of human power to get IAPP events and conferences up and running! You can help.
Talk it up.
Will you be connecting with others who could use privacy know-how? Let them know that the IAPP is a resource for them. These tools can help you spread the word.
Three brief slides about the IAPP and the growth of the privacy profession. They can standalone or be combined with another presentation.
Key messages about the IAPP, the certification process and the privacy profession to use as a reference when talking about the IAPP.
Explains the three IAPP certification programs—CIPP, CIPM and CIPT—at a glance.
I believe in the IAPP, the work that it’s doing, the awareness that it’s creating. When you believe in something, you invest in it. I know the investment of my time and efforts will benefit the privacy community as well as the citizens and industries it serves.
Grace Buckler, CIPP/US, CIPP/G
Senior Information Assurance Engineer, ICF International