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Sancho Angulo


Degrees:M.P.P.A. (Carleton), B.P.A.P.M. (Carleton)

Sancho Angulo is a policy professional passionate about data privacy and neurodiversity in the workplace. At the SPPA, he teaches a course on privacy program management in the Canadian public sector.

A certified privacy professional with credentials as a Certified Information Privacy Professional – Canada (CIPP/C) and Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM) from the International Association of Privacy Professionals, Sancho has held various roles in the privacy field and is currently a Co-Chair for the IAPP KnowledgeNet chapter in Ottawa, Ontario.

Sancho is currently an acting Engagement Advisor at the Office of Public Service Accessibility (OPSA) at the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat (TBS) and has previously worked at the Office of the Chief Human Resources Officer (OCHRO) at TBS, and the Canada Revenue Agency’s Access to Information and Privacy (ATIP) Directorate.

Diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome (now part of autism spectrum disorder) at 13, Sancho is an advocate for advancing inclusion for neurodivergent employees in Canada’s federal public service. He is the proud founder and co-chair of Infinity – The Network for Neurodivergent Public Servants, the first interdepartmental network at the federal level focused on connecting, advancing, and supporting neurodivergent employees. With over 850 members across 70 federal organizations, Infinity has quickly grown into one of Canada’s largest professional networks for neurodivergent employees.

Sancho holds a Master of Public Policy and Administration and a Bachelor of Public Affairs and Policy Management, both from Carleton University.