Evening Reception & Panel with Dara Murphy, T.D

When: Wednesday, 11th Jan, 6.30pm – 9:00pm
Agenda: Registration 6.30pm-7.00pm, Introductions and Panel 7.00pm-8.15pm, Mingle 8.15pm-9.00pm
Where: Folio: The Seattle Athenaeum, 314 Marion St., Seattle, WA 98104

Members: $10
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Non-members : $20

Join us on January 11th, 6.30pm for a wine and cheese Reception, Panel Discussion and audience Q&A with Irish Minister of State Dara Murphy, Irish Consul General Philip Grant and business leaders. Our theme will be, “Brexit, Data Control and the EU: European Business in the new, Old World,” and we look forward to a lively as well as informative evening! We will also have a drink-tasting provided by Coole Swan, Irish Cream Liqueur.

Panelists include moderator Steve Lenox of International Strategic Communications Firm Lenox Consulting and President of Irish Network USA; Minister Dara Murphy T. D.; Bill Way, Associate General Counsel for Privacy at Amazon; Chris Niehaus, Senior Director of Product Marketing for Microsoft Cloud Platform; David Doyle, Open Data Program Manager for the City of Seattle; Páraic Hayes, SVP of West Coast USA at IDA Ireland.  We will include a Q&A for our audience with the Minister, panelists and guests.

We are pleased to announce that Irish Consul General Philip Grant will be joining us, as well as special guest Dara Murphy T. D.
Mr. Murphy is Minister of State for Data Privacy, and as such the area of focus will be around international developments in Data Protection, as well as other aspects of the Ministers brief, e.g. EU, Brexit and the EU Digital Single Market. Along with Minister Murphy, attendees from Irish Government & IDA on the evening will be Adrienne Harrington, Head of Data Protection Unit for the Department of the Taoiseach; Paul Burfield, SVP West & Southern United States at Enterprise Ireland; Conor Gouldsbury, Special Advisor to Minister Murphy; David Lea, Private Secretary to Minister Murphy; Conor Sheehy, IDA Ireland; Alan McGlinchey, IDA Ireland.

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