Tueoris serves multinational clients across industries, including health and life sciences, financial services, business technology and travel and leisure.

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Tueoris Team

Dan Goldstein
Co-Founder and Partner 

Dan is a co-founder and partner of Tueoris.  He advises clients operating in complex business and regulatory environments on privacy and data risk mitigation strategies and solutions.  He focuses on enterprise-wide information risk management strategies and solutions in accord with applicable requirements across industry.  His career has centered on guiding U.S. and multinational clients through complex international data protection requirements in order to provide business solutions that can be implemented across large organizations.  He is a member of the State Bar of California, and has over 15 years of professional experience focused specifically on data protection.

Dan is a graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles and the Golden Gate University School of Law.  He is a member of the State Bar of California. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP – US and European certifications.)

Kamal Govindaswamy
Co-Founder and Partner 

Kamal is a co-founder and partner of Tueoris.  With over 20 years of consulting services experience, Kamal’s information security and privacy consulting philosophy is rooted in his facts-based-pragmatism for furthering his clients’ business agility and objectives (and not Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt that often characterize our profession). He oversees our consistent track record and exceptional focus on delivering outcomes that truly matter to our clients, for each of their business, risk or regulatory compliance contexts.His specialties include security or privacy programs – development and implementation of strategies, security or privacy risk or compliance assessments, identity management – strategy or roadmap development and program management, security or privacy operations – develop strategy for and implement monitoring and response capabilities and regulatory compliance.His clients include large and medium size organizations across Healthcare or Life Sciences, Retail, Financial Services and Consumer Business industries.

Shawna Doran
Senior Manager
Shawna has advised a wide range of multinational companies on data privacy issues in various capacities. As outside counsel, Shawna focused her practice on data privacy and security and information technology transactions. She assisted companies with compliance with state, federal, and international data privacy regulations, including regarding global data transfers and data breach notification. She also regularly drafted privacy statements, privacy policies, and other internal and external policies and procedures to comply with data privacy laws, and regularly negotiated data privacy and security provisions in vendor agreements.
As in-house counsel, Shawna was involved in evaluating and providing counsel to colleagues and executive staff on matters pertaining to data privacy across the globe. Her work included providing guidance on marketing activities, company initiatives involving the processing of personal data in the European Union, Latin America, and the Asia-Pacific region, eligible data transfer mechanisms, and incident response procedures. She has also advised on privacy program development, Privacy Shield self-certification, data breach notification requirements, and requirements under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Most recently, she managed the privacy program of a $15B technology company and led their GDPR readiness efforts.
Shawna is a graduate of Indiana University at Bloomington and the University of Chicago Law School. She is a member of the State Bar of Illinois. Shawna is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP – US and European certifications).
Mayra Cavazos
J.D., LL.M., LL.B.
Mayra has a substantial background in privacy strategy and compliance.  Her experience includes data protection, cybersecurity, cloud computing, and data analysis.
Mayra started her career in privacy at the Organization of American States in Washington, D.C.  where she interned for the Department of International Law and analyzed the distinct privacy and data protection approaches in Ibero-America.  Thereafter, she worked for two of the most prominent law firms in Mexico City where she advised large-scale public and private organizations on privacy compliance, risk management matters, and data processing in the European Union and Latin America regions, with an eye towards smooth integration of protocols to avoid interference with ongoing business operations.  Mayra assessed controlling statutory requirements, analyzed internal data flows to identify risks, prepared plans to mitigate those risks, presented the plans to all-level personnel in the organization, and implemented the plans into the organization.  She has also managed an e-commerce platform, programmed online web applications, and worked on search engine optimization.
Mayra earned her LL.M from the George Washington University Law School and her LL.B from the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education School of Law.  She is fluent in English and Spanish, and has an advanced understanding of French.  She is an active member of the American Bar Association (ABA) and the American Association of International Law (ASIL) where she has edited and published numerous privacy and international law articles.
Tamara Lev
J.D., LL.M., LL.B.
Tamara has interned and worked for several companies and a government agency focusing on intellectual property and privacy. While working as a legal intern, she drafted legal memoranda, helped research key issues relating to Europe globalization, privacy in the workplace, and intellectual property rights.
During her law school studies, Tamara has traveled to different Universities taking part in intellectual property seminars and discussions. While traveling to the WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization), Tamara was chosen to present her findings on her research paper on the topic of Traditional Knowledge.
After graduating from law school, Tamara moved to New York to further her studies, and obtained an LLM in Intellectual Property and Information Technology. She participated in classes solely on those topics, where she gained a better understanding on the topics of information technology, e-law, privacy, and intellectual property.Tamara is a law graduate from Ono Academic College with a LLB in Law. She also graduated from Fordham Law School with a LLM in Intellectual Property and Information Technology. Tamara is a member of the State Bar of New York.
Somy Kim
Somy has gained exposure to many aspects of healthcare through her work as an Application Consultant for Cerner Corporation. Her duties encompassed building relationships with providers, and being a subject matter expert for multiple department applications to ensure that the hospital, as a whole, is exercising best practices when documenting patient care. The departments she managed include: Radiology, Laboratory, Labor and Delivery/ Maternity, and Infection Control. She has extensive knowledge with Cerner’s Electronic Health Record and has the aptitude to learn other EHRs.
Somy’s curriculum at Northwestern University encompassed aspects of healthcare regulatory compliance including Healthcare Compliance Programs, Healthcare Regulatory Enforcement, and Risk and Decision Management. She has experience reviewing hospital policies and procedures, ensuring that they are HIPAA compliant, and is proactive to stay current with regulatory changes in the space.
She has shown agility in her ability to transition to the larger scope of privacy through her efforts supporting client GDPR initiatives and is currently preparing to become a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP), and to attain her Certification in Healthcare Privacy Compliance (CHPC).Somy is a graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a Bachelors in Healthcare Administration. She graduated from Northwestern University with a Masters of Science in Regulatory Compliance. Somy is a member of the Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA).
Ashley Rovner
Ashley has worked in several different spaces with a primary interest in intellectual property, privacy, and data protection. While working with several law firms as a legal intern, Ashley drafted legal memoranda discussing trademark infringement, trade secret protection, copyright infringement, and rights of publicity issues. Additionally, Ashley helped research privacy and various intellectual property topics. With that research, she wrote several blog posts and journal articles published on several professional and academic websites.
During her schooling, Ashley participated in several privacy based classes to learn about data protection, security, and use, especially with regards to social networks and wearable technology. Finally, Ashley has studied various privacy laws in the United States, such as the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, as well as new requirements under the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). In her current position, Ashley works to prepare clients for compliance with GDPR by creating records of processing and implementing procedures for individual’s consent to business’ uses of personal data.
Ashley is a graduate of Miami University of Ohio with a Bachelor of Arts in History, English Literature, and Classical Humanities. She is also a graduate of Chicago-Kent College of Law as a Juris Doctor. She is a member of the State Bar of Illinois.
Jaymarie Capalac

Jaymarie is a former Associate Consultant in the Medication Process team from Cerner Corporation. She has implemented and supported the PharmNet Inpatient solution for nearly a dozen hospital conversions under Intermountain Healthcare. Her work on an Enhanced Medication Request process was awarded for creating a positive influence on the client project.

She has collaborated with hospital providers and project management to develop and execute workflows that optimize the software while achieving patient safety goals. Her time with Cerner has allowed her to become well-versed in the working and troubleshooting knowledge of several Cerner Millennium solutions, being a subject matter expert over the Pharmacy, Physician and Nursing applications.

Jaymarie has experience in several Electronic Health Record and management systems through her career as a Licensed Pharmacy Technician. She has proven her ability to learn and adapt to new systems, quickly becoming responsible in leading training for onboarding employees in each role.

Jaymarie is a graduate from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a Bachelors in Community Health, concentrating in Health Education and Promotion. She is a member of the National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP).