Coworking: Jordan Wrigley has privacy on the brain
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In this week's Coworking segment on Tech Brew, the spotlight is on Jordan Wrigley, who works in tech policy, specifically in the area of consumer health data privacy. Wrigley's role is to create a supportive environment for tech privacy professionals and lawmakers by providing resources and education.
I'm the super laid-back individual who shows up where there are hard-to-solve problems in tech policy and creates a supportive environment through resources and education for tech privacy professionals and lawmakers working in consumer health data to find the most effective policy interventions.
Wrigley is currently working on a pregnancy and fertility data privacy project to help health-tech companies and lawmakers navigate the post-Dobbs health-tech landscape. The Dobbs decision had significant consequences for data privacy and may have affected the growth of consumer health tech. This project aims to guide the way forward and catch up with progress in the health space for women and femmes.
I'm currently working on a pregnancy and fertility data privacy project to help health-tech companies and lawmakers navigate the post-Dobbs health-tech landscape. The Dobbs decision threw the data privacy world for a loop and had reverberating consequences that may have stifled the growth of consumer health tech. This project will help guide the way through this tumultuous landscape and set the compass to catch back up with progress in the health space for women and femmes in particular.
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