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Sunny J Park

Sunny J Park

Assistant General Counsel and APAC Regional Director, Corporate, External and Legal Affairs, Microsoft

Sunny Park currently leads the Corporate, External & Legal Affairs (CELA) Department for Microsoft APAC with a team of professionals across the region. Her responsibilities span across a wide variety of cutting-edge issues synonymous with 4th industrial revolution and technology, such as AI and ethics, cyber security, privacy, data governance, anti-trust, trade, e-commerce, telecommunication regulations, cloud computing and internet governance, as companies and governments are on a journey to digitally transform. In addition to supporting digital transformation of Microsoft’s customers within the APAC region, her responsibilities also include engaging and advancing Microsoft’s IT policy, ensuring regulatory compliance and anti-corruption, and representing Microsoft externally with governments, academia and various industry associations.

Ms Park is passionate about this dynamic region and brings a balanced perspective of “east and west” in her approach. She is a strong advocate of women’s issues and female leadership and has served in many capacities to advance women’s issues and advancements both internally and externally, including as the Chair of Microsoft’s CELA Global Diversity & Inclusion initiative. She has launched “women@security” in collaboration with government, NGO, academia, and the private sector to build much needed cyber security capacity for women returning to work force. She has also served as chair of IT committees for many organisations.

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