Tatiana serves as Senior Counsel with the Future of Privacy Forum in Washington, DC, focusing on U.S. legislation and biometric technologies. FPF is a non-profit think-tank dedicated to advancing privacy leadership and policy in support of emerging technologies. In her role, Tatiana conducts research and analysis on legal and legislative trends relating to consumer data privacy, biometric technologies, and privacy enforcement on the federal and state levels. During her time at FPF, Tatiana has filed comments to the Federal Trade Commission on their Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking regarding data privacy and security, provided testimony to state legislatures regarding privacy proposals, and published independent analysis on the intersection of artificial intelligence and civil rights law. Prior to FPF, Tatiana was an associate at Shook, Hardy, & Bacon LLP, where she led biometric compliance efforts and assisted industry clients with managing data privacy compliance, litigation, and investigation. She graduated from Washington University School of Law, where she worked as a law clerk both for the Department of Justice and the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Illinois and holds CIPP/EU certification.