Principal, Groman Consulting LLC; Former Senior Advisor for Privacy, White House Office of Management and Budget
Since leaving the White House in January 2017, Mr. Groman has been advising senior leaders in business and government on mission-critical policy, risk management and technology issues. Before the Obama administration, he served in numerous leadership positions, including president and CEO of the Network Advertising Initiative, chief privacy officer of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), privacy counsel to the House of Representatives’ Energy and Commerce Committee and counsel to the Director of the FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection. Mr. Groman has worked on some of the largest and highest-profile data breaches in history, leading the response and helping to mitigate risk. He currently serves on numerous boards and advisory councils and is a frequent speaker on issues relating to privacy, technology and innovation.