Anne Carblanc 

Member Board of Trustees

Anne Carblanc

Data is an economic, social and political asset. Only reliable governance models can enable data to flow seamlessly with trust, and not anarchically without control, for the benefit of all and not just select entities.

Anne Carblanc is the former Head of the Digital Economy Policy Division of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Prior to joining the OECD, she was Secretary General of the French data protection authority (Commission Nationale de l’informatique et des libertés – CNIL). 

She has also served ten years in the French judicial system, both as a judge in charge of criminal investigations and as the head of the criminal law department in the Ministry of Justice. 

During her career in national and international government, Anne has drafted many laws, regulations and soft law instruments on topics ranging from criminal procedure to digital security, privacy and artificial intelligence.