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Carolyn Nguyen (Dr)

Carolyn Nguyen (Dr)

Director, Technology Policy, Microsoft Corporation

Dr M-H Carolyn Nguyen is a Director in Microsoft’s Technology Policy Group, which helps shape relevant long term technology policy globally by engaging with stakeholders and raising awareness of potentially disruptive impacts of emerging technologies on existing social, economic, and policy frameworks. Carolyn is responsible for policy initiatives related to data management and privacy. She assumed her current role in February 2011.

Prior to joining Microsoft, Carolyn held a number of positions with Research in Motion, Avaya Communications, Lucent Technologies, and Bell Laboratories. Her experience includes a range of business and technical responsibilities in developing and bringing to market telecommunications, fixed mobile convergence, and unified communications solutions.

Dr Nguyen received her PhD from the Center of Telecommunications Research at Columbia University, and completed Executive Business Management Programs at Harvard Business School and London Business School.

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