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Ronak Daylami, an experienced attorney, joined the California Chamber of Commerce in March 2022 as a policy advocate specializing in privacy issues. She came to the CalChamber policy team from Nielsen Merksamer, where she served as senior counsel in the firm’s government law section specializing in privacy issues, state regulation of business practices, consumer protection, and legislative process. Daylami previously worked for nearly 10 years in the Capitol, most recently as the chief consultant of the Assembly Privacy and Consumer Protection Committee, where she provided expertise on privacy, cybersecurity, consumer protection, and deployment of technology by state government, as well as counsel to the committee chairman during the negotiations and passage of the California Consumer Privacy Act. She earned a B.A. in political science and minored in English at the University of California, Berkeley, and a J.D. from University of California, Hastings College of the Law, where she was a senior articles editor for the Constitutional Law Quarterly. See full bio.

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