So what does one do as an encore to the role of Homeland Security Advisor with the Obama administration? For Lisa Monaco, the answer included becoming co-chair of the data security and privacy group at the firm of O’Melveny & Myers.

This isn’t the first time that Monaco has had to follow up a prestigious gig. Other career highlights include 15 years at the Department of Justice and serving as counsel and chief of staff to Robert Mueller during his time as director of the FBI. She’s no stranger to the startup scene either, having worked as an adviser to Lyft during her post-government career.

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