Eva Gardyan-Eisenlohr is Group Data Privacy Officer for Bayer. She has built the Bayer Data Privacy Function with a team of Data Privacy attorneys and managers across the globe. She advises the Bayer business covering the entire value chain globally in the area of data privacy including information governance.

Until its dissolution, she served as a member of the Bayer Digital Excellence Council driving the digitalization of the corporation at board level. Digitizing legal operations and the client's experience is one of her passions. She understands and guides digital business models to preserve trust and protect values.

In her prior role she was global General Counsel and Compliance Officer for Bayer Pharma. During that time she co-lead the development and roll-out of a worldwide Compliance Management System for the Bayer Group covering nine compliance risks areas in 80 countries and the German headquarter organization.

She held diverse positions as Senior Legal and General Counsel in the Bayer Group and advised the Bayer’s HealthCare Business as Anti Trust Counsel. Before moving to Schering AG as Legal Counsel she started her career in the Crop Science Industry at Hoechst Schering AgrEvo.

Ms. Gardyan-Eisenlohr is an attorney at law, admitted to the bar of Berlin. She studied law at the University of Freiburg in Germany and holds a post-graduate degree in Anti Trust Law from the University of Constance. Her academic training led her to study at the Institut d’Etudes Politiques and to graduate from the Ecole Nationale d’Administration, both in Paris, France.