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Amy Yeung has been awarded the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) 2020 Jonathan S. Silber Outstanding Network Member of the Year Award. The honor recognizes participation in network leadership, contributions to recruitment and participation, efforts in developing network programs and resources; contributions to ACC/in-house practice, and contributions to the community through volunteer work or pro bono activities.
“Ask a lawyer what they do, and many will identify their work within a specific focus area. Participating in ACC’s practice networks provides a convenient way for members to connect with their peers and stay informed on specific practice areas. Amy Yeung’s activities to support the Law Department Management Network this past year have been instrumental to that network’s continued growth and engagement with members,” said Veta T. Richardson, President and CEO of the Association of Corporate Counsel. “On behalf of the entire ACC family, we are grateful for Amy’s deep commitment to the LDM Network, the global in-house counsel community, and for selflessly and consistently sharing her experiences with ACC members.”
Amy leads all legal, compliance, and privacy functions, and is instrumental in informing the product roadmap. Amy is a recognized thought leader, who most recently discussed data usage in adtech with Oracle and IBM at Lotame’s The Connected Future event. Amy started her practice at WilmerHale and clerked with the Delaware Court of Chancery. Prior to joining Lotame, Amy advised executive management and business leads on industry-disruptive technology, digital innovation, and data analytics initiatives in all company life cycles at companies such as Comscore, Dataminr, and ZeniMax. Prior to these experiences, She is Co-Chair of Communications of the Law Department Management Network of the ACC, appointed as a board member to Duke University Alumni Association, and recently completed her term as co-chair of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee of the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association. Amy holds a Juris Doctorate degree from Duke University and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Chicago.
The ACC is a global legal association that promotes the common professional and business interests of in-house counsel who work for corporations, associations and other organizations through information, education, networking, and advocacy. With more than 45,000 members in 85 countries employed by over 10,000 organizations, ACC connects its members to the people and resources necessary for both personal and professional growth.
To learn more about the award, please visit ACC’s website.