Join InfoTrust and Google for an in-person Durability Summit on June 13, 2023, in New York City. This half-day event at Google’s Chelsea Market offices will feature digital analytics and privacy thought leaders from InfoTrust, Google, and some of the world’s most recognizable brands. Join us as we discuss (and in some cases, wrestle with) some of the most pressing challenges facing marketers today which include data storytelling, compliance perspective, server-side GTM, and more.
1:00PM – 1:40PM
Mona Chalabi, Data Journalist, Writer and Illustrator, The Guardian
1:40PM – 5:00PM
Jimmy Love, Industry Team Lead, InfoTrust
Wynne LaBounta, Marketing Science Lead, Google
Jo Ann Davaris, Chief Privacy Officer, Booking Holdings
Brigette Guyer, Data Protection Officer & Director Data Governance and Privacy Management, The Wendy’s Company
Lucas Long, Head of Global Privacy Strategy, Tag Inspector
Tyler Blatt, Manager of Emerging Solution Strategy, InfoTrust
Lisa Tanzosh, Ads Privacy Specialist, Google
Michael Loban, Chief Growth Officer, InfoTrust
Shimi Neuwirth, Director of BI & Analytics, Adorama
Mariam Giorgadze, Product Manager, Martech & CRM, Tory Burch
Moderated by InfoTrust
5:00PM – 6:00PM
Drinks, snacks, and friendly chats at Google Chelsea Market.
In her illustrations, animations, and articles for the Guardian and publications like Fivethirtyeight and The New York Times, she explores data sets from the timely (affirmative action, voting trends, disability rights) to the oeat (popular dog names in New York City) to the eye-opening (how many Americans eat pizza for breakfast). She’s on a mission to make sure as many people as possible can find and question the data they need to make informed decisions about their lives. In her lectures she shares the tools you need to navigate a world filled with data and how to better understand all the numbers from the noise. Chalabi recently named to Fortune’s 40 Under 40 in Media & Entertainment.
Managing Director of Media Technology Platforms, Google
Ads Privacy Specialist, Google
Marketing Science Lead, Google
Jo Ann Davaris
Chief Privacy Officer, Booking Holdings
Product Manager, Martech & CRM, Tory Burch
Director of BI + Analytics, Adorama
Head of Global Privacy Strategy, Tag Inspector
Chief Growth Officer, InfoTrust
Manager of Emerging Solution Strategy, InfoTrust
Healthcare & Fitness Industry Team Lead, InfoTrust
Account Associate, InfoTrust
We know registering only takes a New York minute, but showing you around the city can take a little more time. Not sure where to start? Don’t worry, we have a travel guide just for you!
Hidden within Stone Street Coffee Shop, Bathtub Gin is a 1920’s speakeasy covered in authentic experiences and the opportunity to step into a different era! The night is always young with live entertainment, glamorous dishes and cocktails, and an energy that is unlike any other.
The Joyce is a theater for dancers by dancers. Since opening their doors in 1982, thousands of dancers have found a home at the Joyce. Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana is playing the week of our event!
Whether you’re looking for art, architecture, or food, Chelsea Market has been a city favorite for years. The market features a myriad of merchants and vendors that have something for everybody. Be sure to take a bite of New York’s most notable tacos at Los Tacos N° 1!
Considered a “West Village staple for over 30 years”, the Art Bar is the place where tourists and locals become one. Raise a glass to unique canvases and conversations with new friends!
A rails-to-trails park with free views! The High Line Park dedicates a space for New Yorkers to roam, photograph, and appreciate the mini wonders of the city. Dip your toes in the Diller-Von Furstenberg sundeck, pause at 14th street for the High Line Channel, or face the tree tops at Flyover!
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