Callie is the Head of Data Protection for the States of Guernsey and the Policy Lead for the development and implementation of the Data Protection (Bailiwick of Guernsey) Law, 2017. She is the technical lead for data protection for the Organisation and manages the States of Guernsey’s team of Data Protection Officers. Additionally, she is responsible for managing the Bailiwick of Guernsey’s relationship with the European Commission on data protection matters.
Callie has worked in data protection for a number of years, developing data protection legislation, policies and standard operating procedures. She has also designed and led a comprehensive records management project to migrate from traditional paper-based records to the adoption of a digital solution. Before becoming Head of Data Protection for the States of Guernsey, she was the Information Governance Manager for the Bailiwick of Guernsey’s Law Enforcement.
Joe heads up the UK Government team responsible for the UK's data adequacy arrangements. The policies, procedures, and capabilities associated with conducting data adequacy arrangements are new to the UK Government, as they get repatriated from the EU to the UK, following Brexit.
Joe's team works out of the UK Government Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport, the lead department on data protection policy. Prior to building this new capability, Joe worked in the Department for International Trade where he was Deputy Head of Digital Trade policy, advising the UK Government on digital and data policy for post-Brexit trade agreements. Prior to working for the UK Government, Joe was a lawyer, working as an associate in the London office of Covington & Burling, advising organisations and large multinationals on data privacy in a variety of contexts: public policy, litigation, regulatory enforcement, and compliance.
Iain McDonald has been the Isle of Man’s Information Commissioner since September 2015 having been Data Protection Supervisor since January 2003. He is the supervisory authority in the Isle of Man for the Data Protection Act 2018, the Unsolicited Communications Regulations 2005 & the Freedom of Information Act 2015. Iain was a co-proposer of the “Madrid Resolution” on International Standards on the Protection of Personal Data and Privacy which was a catalyst for the GDPR.
Stephanie Peat is the Head of the Digital Economy for the Government of Jersey.
Stephanie has responsibility for a wide portfolio across the digital, telecommunications and broadcasting sectors, including heading up the jurisdiction’s Cyber Security Strategy and leading on developing the island’s Data Protection and Telecoms policies.
Prior to moving to Jersey, Stephanie was Head of Strategy at Freesat and spent over seven years developing broadcasting, telecoms and digital strategy at the UK’s Office of Communications. Stephanie holds a degree in Modern History from the University of Oxford.