Dana is a member of the Privacy & Data Security practice group. She advises clients on matters including data breach notification and response, and state and federal laws that impact collection, storage, use, and protection of personal information, such as HIPAA. She helps clients assess the privacy and data security risks associated with new business and technology initiatives and assists with the implementation of risk-mitigating measures, such as procedural controls. She also regularly prepares and revises privacy notices and contracts to account for legal requirements, such as the EU General Data Protection Regulation. Dana’s government contracting experience includes advising and representing businesses on matters unique to government contractors, including small business programs, protests and other disputes before the U.S. Small Business Administration, the U.S. Government Accountability Office, and U.S. Court of Federal Claims, as well as contract disputes and terminations.
Dana received her B.A. in Mathematics, cum laude, and her M.Ed. in Secondary Mathematics Education from Vanderbilt University, where she also competed for four years as a member of Vanderbilt’s varsity women’s lacrosse team. Dana received her J.D., with honors, from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. While at Chapel Hill, Dana was a member of the Holderness National Moot Court team.
Before attending law school, Dana worked for two years in the financial services industry, first as a financial advisor for a large wealth management firm and later as a marketing coordinator and analyst for a life insurance general agency. Dana also worked for three years as a high school mathematics teacher.