As Mozilla’s Global Privacy & Public Policy Leader, Alex is responsible for leading strategic and operational initiatives on privacy, as well as overseeing the independent organization’s public policy activities. With over twenty years of experience, Alex is a dedicated professional focused on consumer rights, privacy by design and data safety.
Alex’s past experience includes roles with Zero-Knowledge Systems, the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Most recently, Alex served as a leader of PwC’s privacy practice, where he advised clients spanning finance, technology and healthcare industries on privacy, security, data breaches, technology policy and IT risk and compliance.
Alex holds degrees from Brown University and George Washington University. He’s also a professionally trained cellist and beginner surfer, activities he rarely engages in at the same time.