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Board of Directors

Alan Chapell

Chapell & Associates, President (representing Eyeota)

Alan Chapell acts as Eyeota's lead privacy counsel and assists to ensure Eyeota meets all GDPR and local privacy regulation policies.

Alan Chapell began his career at a boutique direct marketing agency in Connecticut. In 1996, he founded the privacy program at Jupiter Research, an Internet research firm. After his tenure at Jupiter, Chapell helped develop DoubleClick's research product suite. He founded Chapell & Associates in October of 2003. Over the past 16 years, Chapell has worked with dozens of premium adtech and martech companies as outside counsel and privacy advisor. Chapell graduated from the University of Connecticut and Fordham University School of Law and is a member of the New York bar as well as a Certified Information Privacy Professional. He’s also a sought after speaker and a regulator contributor to Adexchanger and other publications.

Alice Lincoln

MediaMath, Senior Vice President of Data Policy & Governance

Alice Lincoln, CIPP/US, is Senior Vice President, Data Policy & Governance at MediaMath, where she leads a team responsible for establishing data policies and advising on the development of products and partnerships in compliance with global data protection laws and industry self-regulation. She represents MediaMath to self-regulatory groups worldwide and has a keen understanding of the challenges companies face when operating under a myriad of differing local codes.

Alice has 15 years' experience in digital marketing, product development, and the protection of consumer privacy. She has served on the NAI Board for 4 years and led MediaMath’s engagement with NAI on numerous topics, including development of its "Beyond Cookies" guidance and current opt-out tool. Alice also led the IAB GDPR Implementation Working Group on Consent, out of which emerged the Transparency & Consent Framework (TCF), which she vice-chairs.

A chemist in a former life, Alice holds a BS from UNC-Chapel Hill and an MS from Stanford University.

Ari Levenfeld

(Secretary),Quantcast, Chief Privacy Officer

Ari Levenfeld is Chief Privacy Officer of Quantcast. He has spent the last 15 years working in advertising technology, focusing specifically on global compliance, data protection and policy. Prior to Quantcast, Ari held similar roles at Sizmek and Rocket Fuel. Ari holds a BA in Anthropology from the University of California at Santa Cruz, and an MFA from the University of Southern California. He serves as co-Chair of IAB Europe's Transparency and Consent Framework Steering Committee and holds fraud prevention technology patents. In his leadership role at Quantcast, he advances privacy forward, consumer friendly policies and practices for digital advertising in the U.S. and internationally.

Dana Edwards

Engine Group, SVP

Dana Edwards is a graduate of Fordham Law School with 20 years experience in commercial contracts, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate taxes. She is an SVP at Engine Group in New York and was previously with Interpublic. She is a member of the New York and New Jersey Bar Associations, the AICPA, and holds the CIPM and CIPP/E privacy certifications. Outside of work she is a mom of two children, lives in Chappaqua New York, and teaches skiing to beginners in the winter at Ski Butternut in Massachusetts.

Douglas Miller

(Board Chairman), Verizon Media, Vice President and Global Privacy Leader

Douglas Miller is Vice President, Global Privacy and Trust for Verizon Media (fka Oath Inc.), the amalgamation of AOL and Yahoo. In this role he develops privacy strategy and external messaging on privacy for the company, interprets public policy developments for the operational privacy team, and advocates in state capitals, Washington DC, and around the world for Verizon Media’s perspective and interests. He was previously Global Privacy Leader for Oath, leading operational privacy and compliance for the combined entity of AOL and Yahoo and its many brands. He has been a privacy professional for over twenty years, and led the privacy team at AOL since 2008. He serves as Board Chair of the Network Advertising Initiative and as chair of the Working Group on Digital Media of the International Chamber of Commerce Commission on Marketing and Advertising.

Duncan McCall

PlaceIQ, CEO and Co-Founder

Duncan McCall is the CEO and co-founder of PlaceIQ, the leading location-intelligence company that helps brands make better marketing and business decisions. As a serial innovator, Duncan is credited with inventing the concept of joining movement data to a dynamic map of the real world to offer new context for a new level of understanding - allowing brands, marketers, and enterprises to transform their insight into customers and markets. PlaceIQ’s data is harnessed for mission critical business strategies by the top companies in retail, dining, auto, and more. Duncan is also a widely sought-after speaker on the topic of leveraging location-intelligent data. Prior to PlaceIQ, Duncan founded and led a venture backed consumer Internet business with the goal of enabling and empowering users of location aware devices. Duncan also built and led IS Solutions Inc., a premier Silicon Valley based System Integrator. His time spent working on RFID and universal positioning startups would later be the foundation on which PlaceIQ was built. Outside of the startup world, Duncan has also made an impact for one of the world's largest organizations in working for ExxonMobil, in the UK and Asia. Follow Duncan on Twitter @dunkmac and LinkedIn.

Ken Dreifach

ZwillGen, Share holder (representing Adroll)

Ken Dreifach sits on the NAI board on behalf of AdRoll, the retargeting and prospecting platform. Since 2000, Ken has served in a variety of high-profile roles in the digital advertising landscape: as a regulator, General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer, and currently as outside counsel to numerous NAI members and other web-based, mobile, and data services companies.

As LiveRamp’s General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer from 2010 to 2015, Ken helped pioneer the data “onboarding” model and privacy best practices related to it. Prior to that, Ken was Chief of the New York Attorney General’s Internet Bureau, where, among other privacy enforcement actions, he oversaw the investigation and settlement arising from DoubleClick’s purchase of Abacus, which set a key precedent regarding online data “merger” practices. Ken began his career as a judicial clerk for Judge Phyllis Kravitch (U.S. Court of Appeals, 11th Circuit) after graduating from NYU School of Law.

Paul Harrison, Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer

Paul Harrison is a founding member of, and holds the position of Chief Technology Officer. In this capacity he drives and oversees the development of's proprietary technology.

Prior to, Harrison served as Chief Technology Officer of Collective, and was responsible for the development of the AMP Platform. Previously, he was a founding member, President, and Chief Technology Officer for Personifi, where he set the technological vision for the company. With over 20 years of experience, Harrison brings strategic insight to from various perspectives, including operations, technology, and compliance. He has founded/held key leadership roles at numerous entities including Mejoris, Lexica, InsureZone, and Mednet Connect.

Harrison holds an MBA from the University of Liverpool, and a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from Texas A&M University. He served as an adjunct professor at Harding University for 8 years, where he taught International Business and Multi-National Business.

Ted Lazarus

(Board Vice Chairman), Google Inc., Director, Legal

Ted Lazarus, CIPP/US, is a Director of Google’s legal department, where he leads a team of attorneys responsible for Google’s advertising platforms products, including DoubleClick, the Google Ad Exchange and AdSense. Ted advises Google’s Product, Engineering and Sales teams on a wide array of privacy, product development and regulatory issues. He regularly represents Google in commercial transactions related to its advertising programs, including negotiating some of the company’s most significant display advertising agreements with global advertising agencies and Fortune 500 companies. Ted has managed several of Google’s largest, most complex post-acquisition integration efforts, including DoubleClick, AdMob and AdMeld.

Prior to joining Google, Ted served as Deputy General Counsel of DoubleClick. Prior to that, he was a litigation associate with Covington & Burling LLP. Ted served as a law clerk for U.S. District Judge Nicholas Garaufis (E.D.N.Y.). He holds a J.D. from Columbia Law School and a B.A., magna cum laude, from Amherst College.

Tia Raskin

Xaxis, Senior Legal Counsel (Global)

In her role as Senior Legal Counsel (Global) at Xaxis and its affiliate [m]PLATFORM, Tia Raskin leads legal and privacy efforts on some of the most strategic transactions for the company, working closely with product and partnership teams and drawing upon her experience at cutting-edge technology companies. Prior to joining Xaxis, Tia worked at Shazam, where her responsibilities spanned nearly every aspect of the business, including negotiating with key technology and advertising partners and monitoring privacy compliance globally. Tia also previously held Associate General Counsel positions at both AppNexus and Hudson River Trading. Prior to moving in-house, Tia was an associate at Sullivan & Cromwell, where she specialized in project finance. Tia received a B.A. in Psychology from Harvard University and a J.D. from Stanford Law School.