EPIC Global Privacy Counsel
Calli Schroeder is the Global Privacy Counsel at EPIC. Calli focuses on international privacy developments and fosters relationships between global privacy experts and EPIC. She previously acted as a Westin Research Fellow for the International Association of Privacy Professionals, interned with FTC Commissioner Julie Brill, and later performed international privacy compliance and security work for clients. Calli is a 2016 graduate of the University of Colorado Law School where she served as the Lead Student Note Editor for the Colorado Technology Law Journal and acted as a student attorney for the Samuelson-Glushko Technology Law and Policy Clinic. She has published articles on universal ethical standards in human subject research, FTC unfairness enforcement, intangible privacy harms, artificial intelligence frameworks, GDPR application to clinical trials, and more. She received her undergraduate degree from Whitworth University, where she majored in Peace Studies and minored in Philosophy and Theology. She is a member of the Colorado Bar.