Matthew Reisman is Director of Privacy and Data Policy in the Centre for Information Policy Leadership’s Washington, DC office. In this role, Matthew is helping to advance responsible approaches to privacy, data protection, data governance, artificial intelligence, and other data-intensive domains in the U.S. and globally.
Matthew previously led research on the digital economy for Congress, the Executive Branch, and the public as a civil servant at the United States International Trade Commission. He also served as an advisor to emerging economies on international trade and investment policy through programs funded by the United States Agency for International Development and the World Bank.
Matthew serves on the Strategic Council of the Silverado Policy Accelerator and as a Visiting Scholar at the Digital Trade and Data Governance Hub at The George Washington University. He is married, a father of five children, and active in community affairs in his home community of Fairfax County, Virginia.