Past Meetup

Advertising ID Consortium: Enabling a people-based identity framework

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1314 7th St · Santa Monica, CA

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If arriving by car, use nearby public parking meters or parking lots. Take the elevator to the 4th floor.

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This is our first meetup of 2019! Identity is a hot topic right now and we're pleased to have Travis Clinger of LiveRamp come down from San Francisco to talk to us about the Advertising ID Consortium. Bring your product and engineering questions as Travis knows his stuff!

The Advertising ID Consortium is an open and independent organization comprised of companies spanning the digital advertising industry that provides an open identity solution for the ecosystem. Founded in 2017, the Consortium enables buyers and sellers of programmatic advertising to leverage common cookies and people-based identifiers to create more relevant campaigns and improve user experience. The Consortium is focused on reducing data loss that occurs everyday with the many cookie syncs and letting marketers target, frequency cap, and suppress at the person-level across the Open Internet. For more information, visit us at

Speaker: Travis Clinger
As Vice President of Strategic Partnerships at LiveRamp, Travis is responsible for crafting LiveRamp’s Ad Tech strategy, leading some of LiveRamp’s most strategic initiatives, and creating enterprise partnerships. Travis leads LiveRamp’s efforts as one of the co-founders and Board Members of the Advertising ID Consortium to enable a standard cookie pool and people-based identifiers for the open Internet. Prior to LiveRamp, Travis was a director at Epic Systems responsible for implementing systems that managed sensitive healthcare information. Travis holds a BA in Political Science from Rollins College.

Dinner and drinks will be provided by GumGum.


Santa Monica Library Parking Garage. An underground parking structure can be accessed from 7th Street between Santa Monica Blvd. and Arizona Ave. The first thirty minutes are free. Rates are $1 per hour for the first two hours and thirty minutes. After that, the rate is $1 per thirty minutes. Weekdays the daily maximum is $10. Weekends the daily maximum is $5. Parking on level P1 is restricted to stays of three hours or less. Parking spaces for those displaying disabled placards or plates are on P1. Visitors parking for three hours or longer should park on levels P2 or P3. The Library and GumGum do not provide validation for parking.

Street-level parking lot. A limited number of metered one-hour parking spaces are available. Entry to the lot is from 7th Street.

Meters. Located on 7th street outside our office.