Pam Dixon is the founder and executive director of the World Privacy Forum, a respected public interest research group. An author and researcher, she has written influential studies in the area of privacy in the area of identity, biometrics, AI, health, and complex data ecosystems and their governance. Dixon has worked extensively on privacy across multiple jurisdictions, including the US, India, Africa, Asia, the EU, and additional jurisdictions. Dixon currently serves as the co-chair of the Data for Development Workgroup at the Center for Global Development (CGD). The working group is researching the impact of Covid-19 on low- and middle-Income countries. She also serves as a delegate for OECD, most recently on the AI Experts Group, among other multilateral work in data governance. Dixon is a co-chair for a UN Statistics Division workgroup where she is focused on complex data governance systems. Recent research includes Without Consent, a 4-year longitudinal study of student privacy at US schools, and a series of reports on HIPAA and COVID-19. Dixon has been presented her work on complex data ecosystems and data governance to the National Academies of Science and the Royal Academies of Science.