Ms. Waldo’s law practice is focused on privacy, information security and health care issues. She is experienced in advising clients regarding privacy compliance, risk management, information security, marketing, international data transfers, and integrating privacy goals into business strategies. She counsels and represents clients regarding public policy, external relations, and government relations matters in the fields of privacy and health care.
Ms. Waldo served as an in-house lawyer for much of her career. She was the global Chief Privacy Officer for Lenovo, a large international computer manufacturer, where she was responsible for compliance with privacy laws applicable to marketing, human resources, international data transfers, and product development. She also represented the company’s public policy positions in domestic and international privacy conferences and negotiations. She previously led privacy compliance as Chief Privacy Officer for Hoffmann-La Roche, a large international pharmaceutical company, and worked in public policy for GlaxoSmithKline, providing legislative support on privacy and other matters. She was actively involved with the International Pharmaceutical Privacy Consortium. She served as in-hous