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Data Empowerment Experts Webinar Series

Data governance and privacy leaders share real-world advice and lessons learned

Data empowerment: What does it mean?

Data governance programs and teams survive and succeed by ensuring that the line of business owners can trust their data. This means providing policies and procedures that hold data to a high standard of quality, reliability, and accessibility. By doing so, governance teams empower the rest of their organization to succeed with their business initiatives and deliver tangible, measurable value through use of trusted, well-governed data.

 

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Data Empowerment Experts Webinars: Watch, learn, and get inspired

Our Informatica Data Empowerment Experts webinar series will introduce you to a community of data governance leaders who have been where you are now: tackling governance and privacy challenges head-on. You’ll hear directly from customers and industry experts as they share valuable lessons learned while building and expanding their programs.

Each month we will add new stories aimed at supporting your success and inspiring your data governance and privacy efforts. Check back often for the newest updates!

Episode 1: L.A. Care Health Plan

Best practices for getting started with data governance.



Episode 2: FIS

Managing culture change for governance success.

Episode 3: New York Life Insurance

How to scale governance quickly through automation.

 

Episode 4: Genworth Financial

Learning to see data
as a growth asset.

 

Episode 5: Invesco

Deriving data-driven decisions
from data lakes.

 

Episode 6: UNC Health

Scaling up enterprise data governance from scratch.

 

Episode 7: Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency

Accelerating organizational value with trusted data.

 

Episode 8: Deutsche Leasing

Creating a collaborative data strategy.

 

Episode 9: UK Department for Education

Delivering actionable compliance and productivity gains.

Explore the Data Empowerment Experts episodes 

Episode 1: Navigating L.A. Care Health Plan’s Data Governance Odyssey

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Paul Keller
Senior Director, Enterprise Data Governance
Gary Georges
Data Governance Program Manager
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What’s the best first step in your data governance journey? At L.A. Care, the largest health plan in the U.S., Senior Director of Enterprise Data Governance Paul Keller and his team faced this same question.

In this webinar, Paul and Gary Georges, Data Governance Program Manager, will talk about their experience building out an enterprise data governance program that identified their issues up front, planned how to tackle each one as efficiently as possible, and defined KPIs to measure success.

Episode 2: Keeping Up with the Chaos: The Evolution of Data Governance at FIS

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Alexis Suer
Leader, Global Big Data Governance
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Changing corporate culture and employee behavior is a key part of maintaining data governance—but can easily become your biggest hurdle to success. In our webinar, you’ll get expert advice on how to maintain momentum in the face of major culture change from Alexis Suer, Leader for Global Big Data Governance at FIS.

Alexis has over a decade of experience implementing grassroots and formal data governance programs across diverse industries such as retail, banking, and financial services. Alexis’ focus on standing up data governance programs has given her immense first-hand knowledge in “what works and what doesn’t work” for building a sustainable Data Governance program and garnering stakeholder buy-in.

Episode 3: The Data Governance and Privacy Journey of New York Life Insurance

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Blake Andrews
Corporate Vice President of Data Governance Capabilities and Delivery
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How do you best align technology to your data governance framework? Capitalizing on automation can help you scale quickly, as New York Life Insurance discovered on its data governance and privacy journey.

Blake Andrews, Corporate Vice President for Data Governance Capabilities & Delivery at New York Life, will share lessons he learned while serving as the lead for data governance tools selection, procurement, and implementation during the rollout of New York Life’s governance program. Blake has a unique perspective developed during his time in both business- and tech-oriented data management and governance roles: an accountant by training, he also worked as a consultant with KPMG and spent time in the energy sector leading a data management and governance program for Denbury Resources.

Episode 4: Genworth Financial Turns Data from Byproduct to High-Value Asset with Governance

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Christopher Corrigan
Data Governance Leader, Genworth Financial
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Data governance isn’t just about bringing low-quality or low-value data up to enterprise standards. It gives you valuable insights about how your organization uses and values its data—insights you can use to improve governance to support better decision making.

Christopher Corrigan, Data Governance Leader at Genworth Financial, will share his experience with shifting Genworth’s perception of data to view it as a growth asset. This includes advice on how to approach critical data-related issues like goals, roles, policy, and data literacy as well as why data-driven culture is key to a successful governance program.

Episode 5: Data Lakes and Data Governance Drive Better Decision-Making at Invesco

Rick Turnock
Global Head of Enterprise Data Services

When Invesco began their transformation into a data-centric organization, the Enterprise Data Services team knew that the ability to make good decisions relied on well-governed data. They needed to consistently deliver governed data to their data consumers so those same individuals could trust the data, analyze it, and be empowered to deliver value.

Join Rick Turnock, Global Head of Enterprise Data Services, as he discusses Invesco’s transition from data warehouses to a cloud data lake and why a foundation of data governance was essential for their initiative. You’ll also learn about the need for data quality when becoming a data-driven organization, and how regulations like GDPR and CCPA shaped Invesco’s strategy.

Episode 6: How UNC Health Built a Data Governance Program from Scratch

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Rachini Moosavi
Executive Director of Analytical Services & Data Governance
Sonya Jordan
Enterprise Analytics Manager, Data Governance

Is your enterprise data governance program doomed to fail without an executive sponsor? Not if you have grassroots momentum to build it from the bottom up.

Learn how UNC Health started small, established a data governance foundation, and worked to change the perception of governance from a restrictive process to a supportive one. Two governance leaders from UNC Health, Rachini Moosavi, Executive Director of Analytical Services & Data Governance, and Sonya Jordan, Enterprise Analytics Manager, Data Governance, provide a real-world perspective on scaling governance—plus a lively Q&A about hot topics in governance.

Episode 7: Making Trusted Data More Accessible and Understandable at the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency in the UK

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Kris Marshall
Head of Data
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Getting the right data into the right hands quickly makes the difference for the team at the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA), which oversees the safe operation of more than 40 million vehicles in the UK. That wasn’t always the case, however. The DVSA team knew that to empower their organization, they needed to make trusted data easier to discover, understand, and analyze so it could fuel their data-driven decisions.

Join Kris Marshall, the Head of Data at the DVSA, as he shares how they identified their data-related issues and collaborated on solutions. As part of their journey, the team reduced the time and effort needed to identify risk factors, utilized AI to improve data quality, and built a foundation for a successful master data management initiative.

Episode 8: Deutsche Leasing Creates a Collaborative Data Strategy

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Moritz Schlee
Senior IT Project Manager
Alexander Khrebtishchev
Head of Global Reporting

For modern data leaders, the key to maintaining data governance momentum is to be seen as a collaboration center, not a control point. You need a handshake between business and IT leaders to agree on the best policies, procedures, and processes to scale across the enterprise.

Deutsche Leasing achieved this partnership—and it helped make their data governance initiative a success. Join leaders from both the business and IT teams at Deutsche Leasing as they share how they partnered, what they learned, and their vision for ensuring data is trusted as a strategic asset.

Episode 9: UK Department for Education Delivers Actionable Compliance and Productivity Gains

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JP Bhamu
Head of Data Governance
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At the UK Department for Education, data governance is all about delivering practical and tangible solutions that enable comprehensive GDPR compliance and allow every data user to easily visualize and find trusted data from across all the Department’s data holdings.

Join Jai (JP) Bhamu, Head of Data Governance, and learn how his team is navigating the challenges of setting up enterprise-wide data governance including building policies/processes, updating the operating model, and delivering an integrated data governance platform for use across the Department. JP will share his fast-paced delivery approach refined by over 25 years of experience in setting up and transforming large data and analytics divisions across different geographies and industries.

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