Corey Cutter assists the American Cancer Society, Inc. in the management of its enterprise-wide privacy program. She serves as the central knowledge base and authority regarding the Society’s collection and protection of data regarding donors, volunteers, staff, cancer patients, caregivers, research participants and other constituents to ensure consistency and compliance. She is also responsible for continual oversight and enhancement of the American Cancer Society’s privacy program and the management of all the essential program elements including privacy risk assessments, response plans, policies and procedures, training, communications, auditing, monitoring and metrics. Corey also provides legal counsel to the Society on issues related to federal, state, and international privacy-related laws and industry best practices as applicable to the Society.
Prior to working with the American Cancer Society, Corey worked in private practice, counseling clients in various areas of privacy law and defending clients in commercial litigation.
Corey received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Indiana University in 1994 and earned her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Colorado School of Law in 1997. She has obtained several privacy certifications from the International Association of Privacy Professionals, including CIPP-US, CIPP-G, and CIPM.