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Published: 29 July 2019
‘I am delighted to welcome our three newest members of staff. Our Office has gone through a number of significant changes since the new legislation came into force last May. We have given careful consideration as to how we can perform our statutory duties, including how best we structure our limited resources.Kirsty’s extensive background in journalism and teaching will be instrumental in raising young people’s awareness of data protection and their digital footprint. Her work will cover a broad spectrum of ages from primary school children all the way up to college students.
‘The qualities our new team members bring to this increasingly important area of regulation will directly impact how successful we are. As with any organisation, our employees are our most important and valued asset and I am extremely proud of the team we now have in place. Our team’s mix of skills, combined with their genuine commitment to providing the highest quality regulation means we are now in a stronger position than ever to be an effective regulator and achieve our strategic aims,’ said Mrs Martins.