EDAA Board - European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance

EDAA officers

Angela Mills Wade

Chair of EDAA

Angela Mills Wade, Director, Europe Analytica (EA) – Executive Director, European Publishers Council (EPC) angela Angela Mills Wade has been the Executive Director of the European Publishers’ Council (EPC), a high level lobby group of Chairmen and Chief Executives of major European media corporations since 1991. Previously, Angela has worked as Head of European Affairs and Special Issues at the UK Advertising Association; European Executive for the ITV Companies’ Association and Assistant European Executive at the Retail Consortium.

Email: angela.mills-wade[at]epceurope[dot]eu

Mathilde Fiquet

EU Legal Affairs Manager at FEDMA

Mathilde coordinates the work of the FEDMA (Federation of European Direct and Interactive Marketing) EU Legal Affairs Committee and focuses on all issues relating to data protection and privacy for the Data-Driven Marketing sector. She also works on self-regulation, the review of the code of practice of FEDMA on use of personal data for direct marketing, and dialogue with the Article 29 Working Party. She holds a Master’s degree in European Public Affairs from the University of Maastricht in the Netherlands.

Conor Murray

Treasurer of EDAA

Conor Murray, Head of Regulatory and Public Affairs, Association of Television and Radio Sales Houses conor Conor Murray is the Head of Regulatory and Public Affairs at egta, the association of television and radio sales houses. He previously spent five years at the European Commission and has been living and working in Brussels for the past eight years. egta is the trade association of television and radio sales houses that commercialise the advertising space of both private and public TV/radio channels all over Europe and beyond. egta aims to make sure the voice of sales houses are heard in all relevant debates and to pave the way for a better regulatory environment for the European advertising and media industries to flourish.

Email: conor.murray[at]egta[dot]com

EDAA Board Members

Masa Lampret masa, Communications and EU Affairs Manager at ACT, Association of Commercial Television (ACT) in Europe since 2015, which represents the interest of leading commercial broadcasters in 37 European countries since 2015. Before, she worked as Public Affairs associate in the Brussels office of a public affairs consulting company APCO Worldwide and as PR adviser in Pristop, one of the largest regional PR agencies in Slovenia. She holds a BA in Economics, Marketing from University of Ljubljana and a MA in European Studies from Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL). She is Slovenian national and speaks English, French and Croatian.

Email: ml[at]acte[dot]be
Julia Maier-Hauff is Secretary General at the Association of European Radios (AER) juliaJulia Maier-Hauff has been Secretary General of AER since 2011. She is also a lawyer in charge of European Affairs at Verband Privater Rundfunk und Telemedien (VPRT) since 2001, and has been deeply involved in all major EU regulatory decision-making processes concerning private media, especially the TV Without Frontiers and the Telecom Package reviews.

Email: julia.maierhauff[at]aereurope[dot]org
Charo Fernando Magarzo, Deputy General Director, AUTOCONTROL charoCharo Fernando Magarzo is the Deputy Director General of the Spanish Advertising SRO (Association for Self-Regulation of Commercial Communication, AUTOCONTROL) and is also Vice-Chairman of the European Advertising Standards Alliance (EASA). Charo Fernando Magarzo holds a PhD in Law from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM), Spain and acts as an Interim Full Professor of Commercial Law at the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM) and she has also authored numerous publications in the field of industrial property, unfair competition and advertising law.

Email: charo[dot]Fernando[at]autocontrol[dot]es
Townsend Feehan is CEO of IAB Europe. Prior to joining IAB Europe, Townsend worked for Microsoft Legal & Corporate Affairs in Brussels and ran EU industry associations in the ICT, consumer electronics and biotechnology sectors. She previously represented Microsoft on IAB Europe’s Board. Townsend has an M. Phil. in European policy from the University of Edinburgh.
Marie De Cordier, European Newspaper Publishers Association (ENPA)carolinMarie has been representing press publishers within EMMA and ENPA for over two years and focuses mainly on privacy policy and advertising issues. She holds a master’s degree in International Corporate Law from the university of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and a master’s degree in International and European law from the University of Pau and Pays de l’Adour (UPPA). Stemming from a multicultural background, Marie is quadrilingual and speaks Danish, Norwegian, French and English.