Adam Heintz is vice-president of business intelligence at Monumental Sports and Entertainment. In this position, he oversees all strategy and analytics efforts across ticket sales, corporate partnerships, executive suites, and marketing for each of the organization’s properties. Previously, Adam served as president of ONOSYS, a subsidiary then owned by LivingSocial which was successfully guided to an exit. Additionally, he has served in leadership positions across several business lines at LivingSocial and Orbitz Worldwide, primarily in the e-commerce space. Adam earned a BBA from Ohio University and an MBA from the University of Chicago focusing on strategic management, marketing and economics. Lydia Payne-Johnson is Freddie Mac’s Chief Privacy Officer, responsible for the enterprise privacy program, which includes establishing corporate policies, standards, controls, training and awareness, testing, data classification, data loss prevention, and incident response. Prior to joining Freddie Mac, Lydia was a CPO at Morgan Stanley, Verispan and CIT Group. In addition, she was a Manager in the Risk and Regulatory Practice in PricewaterhouseCoopers’ New York office. Ms. Payne-Johnson holds a B.A. in Music from Hunter College and a J.D. from New York Law School. She also earned a certificate from the Wharton School of Business Securities Industry Institute. Lydia is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) and has co-authored numerous articles on privacy and data protection and served on industry conference panels.
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