Carolina Rossini is a Brazilian-American attorney who focuses on intellectual property, open standard, and data privacy. She is notable for her work in intellectual property law in her native Brazil. In 2016, she was selected as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum.
Rossini was born in São Paulo, Brazil. She speaks and writes English, Spanish and her native Portuguese.
Rossini holds a LL.M in Intellectual Property from Boston University, and degrees from the Sao Paulo State University-UNESP (Master in International Negotiations), University of Sao Paulo (Bachelor in Law), Instituto de Empresa-IE (MBA in E-Business).
Since 2000, Rossini has been a prominent figure within the development of ICT. On April 2, 2014, Rossini was called to the United States House of Representatives to discuss the proposed transfer of the IANA stewardship from the United States.
Rossini also played an important role in the Marco Civil legislation passed in 2014 in her native Brazil, as she was the key translator of the approved law from Portuguese to English.
An attorney by trade, Rossini has held various positions with leading technology companies and think tanks such as: Facebook, New America, Public Knowledge, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation.