The arrival of Anne Toth at Venable was covered by Law360, CityBiz, and Attorney at Law. Ms. Toth joins Venable as the senior director of privacy services. She has more than 25 years of experience at the forefront of technology policy issue, including data privacy, protection and governance, accessibility, appropriate content policies, content moderation, advertising content policy, and inclusive, ethical product design.
Commenting on her move to Venable, Ms. Toth said, “I have partnered with Venable on projects in the past and really enjoyed the firm’s collaborative culture and comprehensive approach to managing client issues. I am thrilled to join the team and get started.”
As the head of technology policy and partnerships and a member of the executive committee at the World Economic Forum’s Centre for the Industrial Revolution in San Francisco, Ms. Toth managed programs in data policy, digital trade, precision medicine, responsible innovation, ethics, and the environment. In addition, she collaborated with governments, companies, civil society, academia, and stakeholders worldwide to launch programs and accelerate the adoption of new technologies in the global public interest in Dubai, Beijing, and Tokyo.
Earlier in her career, Ms. Toth served as the vice president of People and Policy at Slack Technologies, where she focused on privacy, policy, security, government relations, people operations, recruiting, and corporate social responsibility, and at Google, where she led policy for their social products.