As Managing Director of the Brussels office, Cornelia oversees Considerati’s operations along its three business lines, including policy and public affairs advice, legal services in privacy and data-related legislation, and responsible AI Governance services.
With over two decades of expertise in regulatory, policy, and public affairs across diverse sectors including business, legal firms, government institutions, civil society, and academia, she has developed a profound understanding of the stakeholder landscape and policy formation at EU and International level. During her distinguished 15-year career at Microsoft and preceding roles, she has worked on a vast variety of European tech regulation and business segments that undergo digital transformation. Her experience in a multinational corporation provided her with a deep comprehension of geopolitical challenges and International political dynamics. Her practical approach, strategic foresight in policy, and in-depth technical knowledge establish her as a valued collaborator among government affairs experts, business leaders, in-house legal counsel, and executive-level decision-makers.
Cornelia is a passionate tech lawyer and AI policy expert and serves in several expert positions, including the OECD expert group on AI, the AI Governance Board of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), and the Board of the Digital Constitutionalism and Policy Centre (DICOPO) Centre. She is also a Senior Research Fellow at the Multidisciplinary Institute in Artificial Intelligence (Chair of AI Regulation) at the University Grenoble-Alpes alongside her role at Considerati.