Jacqueline F. Beauchere is the Chief Online Safety Officer at Microsoft. In this role, Ms. Beauchere is responsible for all aspects of Microsoft’s online safety strategy, including cross-company policy creation and implementation, influence over consumer safety features and functionality, and outreach to and engagement with a variety of external audiences. She also currently serves as the chair of the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) board of directors, and is Microsoft’s representative to the Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI) board, as well as INHOPE’s Advisory Board and the Board of the Technology Coalition. In March 2015, she was invited to represent the technology industry on the U.K. government’s WePROTECT Children Online International Advisory Board, now known as the WePROTECT Global Alliance to End Child Sexual Abuse Online. Ms. Beauchere has spent more than 16 years at Microsoft leading various groups and efforts that evangelize the company's commitment to help create safer, more trusted Internet experiences for people of all ages and abilities. Before joining Microsoft in December 1999, Ms. Beauchere was an attorney in private practice in New Jersey, New York, and Washington, D.C. A second-career lawyer, she spent 12 years as a real-time financial news correspondent and Editor in Charge, most recently with Reuters America Inc., in New York.