Albert serves as the City of San Jose's Digital Privacy Officer, overseeing the privacy component of new technology and City data initiatives. He leads public engagement on digital privacy, makes determinations on privacy assessments, and improves the transparency, accuracy, security, and equity of the City's data usage.
Previously, Albert served as the City's first data scientist, informing resource allocation for youth programs, evaluating emergency vehicle response, and improving city services. His past work continues to directly inform over $20 million in annual City spending.
Albert's previous experience also includes private and public sector consulting at Boston Consulting Group, where he worked on data privacy, policy, regulatory decision-making, and digital transformation across public and private clients. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Economics and a Master's in Public Policy from Stanford University.