Dina holds the globally recognized Certified Information Privacy Professional/Europe (CIPP/E) certification, issued by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), one of the longest-running, privacy-dedicated organizations in the world. The CIPP/E certification is focused on EU-wide and EU nation-state privacy laws and regulations, including the practical application of those regulations, and is widely viewed as the global standard in privacy qualifications.
Dina received her J.D., cum laude, from Georgetown University Law Center and her Bachelor of Arts in American politics and public policy from Wesleyan University. While at Georgetown Law, Dina was a founding staff member of the Georgetown Technology Law Review and was a recipient of the Pro Bono Pledge Honoree award. She was also a global teaching fellow on terrorism, extradition, and human rights, and a teaching assistant for two courses, legal research and writing and a topics course on evidentiary procedure. Dina served as a research assistant to Andrew Ferguson focusing on criminal law and criminal procedure, particularly the intersection of the Fourth Amendment, privacy, and recent technologies.
Dina began her career as a program specialist in the U.S. Department of State’s Office of Foreign Missions, where she worked for four years. Dina also worked as a law clerk at Cozen O'Connor during her last year of law school, focusing on white-collar criminal matters and parallel civil proceedings, as well as in internal investigations. She is fluent in Arabic and proficient in Spanish.