Nonprofit organizations have legal and ethical responsibilities to protect the personally-identifiable information (PII) they collect from constituents, donors, volunteers, members, champions, service recipients, and other groups. And thanks to the expansion of domestic and international privacy regulations, the public has a growing expectation that sensitive information (email addresses, physical addresses, phone numbers, giving history, financial capacity, demographics, and more) will be protected and secure.
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Advocate for data privacy by confidently referencing laws and regulations that protect personal info.
Ensure staff-wide compliance with organizational policies and legal regulations.
As nonprofit organizations, we have legal obligations and ethical responsibility to protect the privacy of our constituent and community data.- Edima Elinewinga
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Director, Data and Information Technologies
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