Annie Searle

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Annie Searle is a full time faculty lecturer at the University of Washington’s School of Information, where she teaches graduate courses on risk management, on the foundations of information management, as well as a course on ethics, policy and law with respect to information management. She is a lifetime member of The Institute of American Entrepreneurs, and a 2011 inductee into The Hall of Fame for Women in Homeland Security and Emergency Management. Since 2007, she has been an invited participant at New York University’s Global Roundtable on Public-Private Preparedness; and a member of RPCFIRST, the Regional Partnership Council, an umbrella organization formed in 2005 to foster collaboration on on homeland security and emergency management issues with the public sector...

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Latest Posts in Annie Searle

Conduct Risk Presented Daily on the National Stage

In a new volume, Conduct Risk: A Practitioner’s Guide, published by Risk Books of London, I argue that there are three root causes of conduct risk: tone, culture and...


Can You Spell Kakistocracy?

The morning after national elections I received an email from my editor at The Risk Universe magazine, in which she asked if I would write a reflection on risks connected with the election results. I said yes because I thought that...


What’s Next for Annie Searle | Risk in Color

 

In 2013 Annie Searle took up watercolor as her preferred medium to create art. Seeking ways to balance work and life, she immersed herself in this amazing art form.  She began her new endeavor by committing herself to spending two...


Interview with Annie Searle

Recently, we interviewed Annie Searle, exclusively for The Connector.

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Managing Privacy Risks

 “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures…”

This language from the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution comes closest to...