Nicole Wong specializes in assisting high-growth technology companies to develop international privacy, content, and regulatory strategies. She previously served as Deputy U.S. Chief Technology Officer in the Obama Administration, focused on internet, privacy, and innovation policy.
Prior to her time in government, Nicole was Google’s Vice President and Deputy General Counsel, and Twitter’s Legal Director for Products. She frequently speaks on issues related to law and technology, including five appearances before the U.S. Congress. Nicole chairs the board of Friends of Global Voices, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting citizen and online media projects globally. She also sits on the boards of the Filecoin Foundation, an independent organization that stewards the growth of Filecoin and related technologies for a decentralized web; the Mozilla Foundation, which promotes the open internet; and The Markup, a non-profit investigative news organization covering technology.
Nicole also currently serves as an advisor to the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), Tech Talent Project, Trust & Safety Professional Association, Albright Stonebridge Group, the Alliance for Securing Democracy, Luminate, Future of Privacy Forum, and WITNESS.