Evi Fuelle serves as Advisor, Digital Economy Policy at the Delegation of the European Union to the United States of America.
Evi joined the delegation in September 2019 after four years at the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI), where she worked on a variety of technology policy issues including online platforms, artificial intelligence, broadband, cybersecurity, privacy, and trade. Prior to joining ITI, Evi worked on the Trade Promotion Coordinating Committee (TPCC) at the U.S. Department of Commerce, and before joining the U.S. Department of Commerce, at the Trans-Atlantic Business Council (TABC) U.S. Headquarters.
Evi received a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Affairs from James Madison University, and a Master of Arts degree in European Union Policy Studies, in partnership with the European University Institute.
March 14 | 1PM CT
This panel will explore the “neutrality” of the Internet and examine the case for cybersecurity “best practices” in an age of modern warfare, and dive deeper into the role of “Big Tech” in the ongoing crisis in Ukraine.
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