LaShaunné David, CIPP
Director, VA Privacy Service
Office of Information Security
Ms. David serves as Director of VA Privacy Service, where she leads department-wide efforts to embed privacy considerations in VA policy, program planning, operations and stakeholder communication; and advises on matters having privacy impact. Ms. David oversees, directs, and establishes short and long-term goals for VA’s Privacy Program to effectively safeguard the personal information of Veterans, VA employees, and other stakeholders. VA Privacy Service promotes and implements strategies to strengthen privacy, transparency, and accountability throughout the information life cycle from collection to destruction of personally-identifiable information (PII). Privacy Service further executes its mission through policy development and implementation, privacy risk identification, assessment, monitoring and reporting; incident management, communications and outreach, and personnel training. VA’s privacy professionals work across three VA Administrations (Health, Benefits, and National Cemeteries) and through more than 400 privacy officers serving as “privacy warriors” at the forefront of data privacy and information protection.
A history of the director's career.
|2012 – Present
||Director, VA Privacy Service, Washington, DC
|2008 – 2012
||Deputy Chief Privacy Officer, US Citizenship & Immigration Services, WDC
|1999 – 2008
||Privacy Specialist/Statistician, US Census Bureau, Suitland MD
|1998 – 1999
||Registered Representative, The Prudential Insurance Company of America
|1997 – 1998
||Assistant Vice President and Banking Officer, Bank of America
|1994 – 1997
||Bank & Sales Manager, Signet Banking Corporation
A history of the director's education.
||Masters Certificate in Project Management, The George Washington University, Washington DC
||Bachelor of Business Administration, Howard University, Washington DC