2020 Keynote Speakers Nominations

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Please include a description and any relevant links and try to keep the list in alphabetical order.

The criteria for nominating a candidate to act as keynote are below:

  • Speaker’s name (First Name, Last Name)
  • Brief description of individual (250-word max)
  • Pertinent links (Maximum of 3)
  • Contact information of candidate (email address)

We strongly encourage you to nominate speakers who are local to the Pittsburgh area. If you would prefer to submit a nomination anonymously, please send your nominee(s) to Clara Turp at: clara.turp@mcgill.ca.

Please follow the formatting guidelines:

== Nominee's Name ==

Description of no more than 250 words.

[[Link(s) with contact information for nominee]]

Jane Doe (example)

Jane works at ________, doing _______.

Some pertinent history/biography/hyperlinks that elucidates why Jane would be a good keynote speaker.

Lea Kissner

Lea formerly built the privacy engineering team at Google (where she specifically valued building a diverse team to capture all sorts of threat models) and is now the Chief Privacy Officer at Humu and cofounder of the USENIX Conference on Privacy Engineering Practice and Respect. She's whip-smart, candid, and funny.