Cha'Von Clarke-Joell

AI ethicist & data protection expert, pioneering ethical AI frameworks & championing women’s leadership in tech

Cha’Von Clarke-Joell is a beacon of leadership and innovation in the realms of Artificial Intelligence (AI) ethics and data protection, recognized among the “100 Brilliant Women in AI Ethics for 2024.” Her contributions to the field are marked by her pioneering work, including the creation of the Digital Polycrisis Framework, a revolutionary approach unveiled at the prestigious WYN Women Power Summit in Paris. This framework exemplifies her forward-thinking approach to navigating the complexities of AI in a multifaceted digital environment.

As the Chair of the Data Ethics & Governance AI Working Group at the Mission Impact Academy (Mia), Cha’Von plays a critical role in shaping ethical AI development and governance. Her leadership in this area is pivotal in ensuring AI technologies are developed and implemented responsibly, balancing innovation with ethical considerations.

In her former role as Assistant Commissioner/Head of Innovation, Cha’Von Clarke-Joell demonstrated a remarkable focus on transformative leadership and innovative thinking. Her work in this capacity has been characterized by a progressive mindset, emphasizing the importance of staying ahead of technological advancements while ensuring ethical standards and data protection norms are met. Her approach combines strategic foresight with a keen understanding of the impact of emerging technologies on society and governance.

Cha’Von’s dedication to educating and empowering the next generation of technology leaders is evident in her teaching engagements at The Knowledge Academy and her forthcoming involvement at BPP Management School. Here, she imparts her extensive knowledge and experience, inspiring students to pursue careers in tech with a strong ethical foundation.

Her role as the Head of International Relations at Women in AI Africa (WAIA) demonstrates her commitment to gender equality in technology. At WAIA, she leads efforts to promote women’s participation and leadership in AI, turning advocacy into action. This includes developing strategies to support women in navigating the challenges of the digital world, particularly in the African context, where technology can be a powerful tool for empowerment and development.

Cha’Von’s impact extends beyond education and advocacy. Her participation in the Nation Digital Summit further underscores her position as a thought leader in AI ethics and data protection. Here, she engaged with a global audience, sharing insights on the importance of data security and the ethical use of AI, emphasizing the need for international collaboration in these areas.

Cha’Von Clarke-Joell’s engaging speaking style, combined with her depth of knowledge and practical experience, makes her an ideal candidate for International Women’s Day events. Her talks are not just informative but are also imbued with a passion for technology and a commitment to ethical practices. Her presence at such events is more than just a sharing of knowledge; it is a celebration of women’s achievements in AI and data protection and a call to action for continued progress and innovation in these fields.

With her unique blend of expertise, experience, and advocacy, Cha’Von Clarke-Joell is not only a leader in her field but also an inspiration to women aspiring to careers in technology. Her participation in your event will undoubtedly provide profound insights, inspiration, and a compelling narrative on the journey and achievements of women in AI and data protection, making a lasting impact on the audience.

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