I consult for public and private sector organizations on upskilling and training in the areas of data and AI ethics and justice as well as privacy and surveillance issues. Throughout 2022 I was a Senior Specialist of AI Ethics at Deloitte Canada where I worked with private sector companies to train their employees and business executives on the ethical implementation and use of data and AI systems. I currently specialize in assisting organizations to recognize and overcome vulnerabilities in workforce awareness of data & AI ethics, privacy, and justice issues in the areas of enterprise data management, policy design and revision, and trustworthiness in technology based upon responsible, accountable, transparent, and self-aware use.
Throughout the pandemic I was Policy Analyst at the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario.
I analyzed Digital Identity systems to identify emerging social and privacy implications for Ontarians, sharing my findings with the Director of Policy, the Assistant Commissioner, and the Commissioner of the OPC.
Prior to this position I served as the first Privacy, Ethics, & Internal Threat Assessment Manager at the Centre for Advanced Computing, Queen's University. In this capacity I created and managed the Privacy & Ethics Team, which was mandated to provide privacy and ethics oversight on the Ministry of Health's (Ontario) Ontario Health Data Platform.