Beauchere joins from Microsoft Corporation, where she served as that company’s Chief Online Safety Officer, overseeing all aspects of the company’s online safety strategy.
Snap Inc. welcomes Jacqueline Beauchere
She will oversee all efforts to raise awareness of and continue to strengthen Snap’s approach to safety, help advise on the development of policies and guidelines, and additional initiatives, features and tools that can further support the safety and wellbeing of Snapchatters.
She will report to Snap VP of Global Policy Jennifer Stout, and work closely with Snap’s platform policy, trust and safety, platform integrity, product and engineering teams, among others.
Jennifer Stout said, “Snapchat is a place to connect with your close friends and loved ones.”
“The safety of our Australian community is of paramount importance to us, and has directly formed the app architecture, product design decisions, policies and enforcement efforts.”
“We are committed to helping parents, stakeholders and advocates understand how young people experience our products and how we approach critical issues around safety and trust.”
“There is no one better suited to help us accomplish this than Jacqueline, and this work is very important as we deepen our focus into augmented reality and the future of computing.”
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Beauchere currently represents the technology industry as the international policy board member of the WeProtect Global Alliance, launched by the U.K. government in 2015.
Beauchere has spent over 20 years at Microsoft leading the company’s commitment to safer, more trusted online experiences for people of all ages and technical abilities.
The UK government awarded Beauchere a prestigious honor as a Member to the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire in recognition of her decades-long work on child online protection.
And more recently her contributions to combatting terrorism and violent extremism in the digital space primary through the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism.