Victoria de Posson joins CCIA In Brussels

BY Heather Greenfield
September 2, 2019

Brussels, BELGIUM — Victoria de Posson has joined the Computer & Communications Industry Association’s Brussels team and will advocate on tech policy issues including Artificial Intelligence, copyright, and digital services. Victoria comes to CCIA from FTI Consulting, where she has advised Fortune 500 companies on public policy strategy. Previously she worked for Samsung Electronics, Burson Marsteller, the European Parliament and a European think tank. 

CCIA Europe has been advocating on tech policy issues in Europe for a decade. The following can be attributed to Vice President and head of office Christian Borggreen:

“We are delighted to have Victoria de Posson join our Brussels team. Victoria will strengthen CCIA’s advocate for smart regulation to boost innovation, job creation and user choice and rights in Europe.”

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