Marc-Anthony Signorino, JD, CIPP/US
VICE PRESIDENT & GENERAL COUNSEL
Marc-Anthony Signorino is Vice President and General Counsel for 121 Strategies and Government Relations, responsible for a broad technology policy portfolio, including the protection of intellectual property rights, cybersecurity, consumer online privacy and security, identity management issues, Internet governance, telecommunications and broadband deployment, and America's competitiveness agenda. He is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP), and is the Secretary of the Privacy Standing Committee for the National Strategies for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace's Identity Ecosystem. He has recently served as Secretary of the Board of Directors for the Internet Security Alliance, Washington D.C.'s leading cyber-security advocacy group.
Previously, Mr. Signorino was the Director of Technology Policy at the National Association of Manufacturers, responsible for working with Congress and the Administration on a wide array of technology issues.
He was formerly with the American Electronics Association (AeA), where he was the Director and Counsel of Technology Policy, as well as the Executive Director of AeA's State Government Affairs program. Prior to AeA, he was with eBay, helping to open their government affairs office in Washington, D.C. Mr. Signorino has also served as the Executive Vice President of Forum Provisions Co., and was an award-winning copywriter at Mullen Advertising and Public Relations.
Mr. Signorino studied law both at Georgetown University Law Center and Northeastern University School of Law, the latter of which granted him a Juris Doctorate. He received his Bachelors of Science at Boston University's College of Communication. Mr. Signorino is married and lives in Alexandria, Virginia.