The Trust & Safety Professional Association (TSPA) will be hosting the Trust & Safety track at the event on 14-15th September and welcoming their growing membership as both attendees and speakers.
It’s a natural fit for two organizations with such closely aligned goals. The TSPA, which is only a year old but has thousands of members all around the world, supports the global community of professionals who develop and enforce principles and policies that define acceptable behavior and content online.
The organization acts as a forum for professionals to connect with a network of peers, find resources for career development, and exchange best practices for navigating challenges unique to the profession.
Charlotte Willner, Founding Executive Director, says of the partnership “We're excited to be partnering with Marketplace Risk to further our support for trust and safety professionals. This event is a valuable resource to offer our membership, and we are pleased to work with such a like-minded organization to support the ecosystem as a whole”.
Marketplace Risk has been building its relationship with the TSPA from its creation last year, and has featured speakers from the organization on podcasts and live online events.
Jeremy Gottschalk, Marketplace Risk Founder, is thrilled to take this collaboration to the next stage at the first in-person Marketplace Risk event since COVID-19 hit. “The work of the TSPA is crucial for online trust and safety, which is a big part of our mission. Their leadership, experience and expertise will bring our content to the next level and ensure the best practices are shared with the industry.”
Led by subject matter experts and industry-leading founders, executives and operators, the solutions-focused San Francisco conference covers a wide range of disciplines and is the first and only conference focused on risk management, trust & safety, compliance and legal strategy for marketplace and sharing economy startups.