The Greater Washington DC Chapter holds monthly meetings from September to June at a Metro-accessible location. Chapter meetings are open to anyone who has an interest in records and information management issues.

What: GWDC ARMA Webinar Chapter Meeting

When: Wednesday, April 21 , 2021 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Where: Webinar - RESERVE YOUR SEAT


Contact: Christopher Beasley, Program Subcommittee Chair at: cbeasley@edgedigitalgroup.com


Catered No Food, Soft Drinks and Dessert will be served

Register: Chapter Members $25.00 (Free of Charge)

Register: Non-Members $30.00 (Free of Charge)

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Presententor: Leigh Isaacs, CIGO, IGP, CIP Director, Information Governance at DLA Piper.

Topic: Strategic Approach to Compliance & Use of Technology

Leigh Isaacs, CIGO, IGP, CIP is Director, Information Governance at DLA Piper. Leigh’s 30+ year career in law firms includes expertise in strategic development and implementation of enterprise records and information governance programs, process improvements, matter lifecycle management, risk mitigation, vendor management, evaluation, design and implementation of technology solutions. She enjoys building teams and programs to meet the ever-changing needs of law firms and their clients.

An active member of the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA), Leigh has served in a variety of volunteer roles, and is presently a member of the Program Planning Council She is also a founding Steering Committee Member for the Law Firm Information Governance Symposium, serves on the Advisory board for the Information Governance Initiative and has served in various leadership roles for ARMA. Most recently she joined the Board of Governors for the CIGO Association.  She is the creator of an information governance course and is a published author, speaker and instructor in issues relating to information governance.

Discussion:  Strategic Approach to Compliance & Use of Technology

Understanding and meeting your organization’s compliance needs is often a complex undertaking. It is a myth that “plug-and-play,” out of the box solutions are the answer. As with most things, the most effective information governance plan requires a strategic approach, and technology alone is not the answer.  Join us to hear more about:

  • How to ask the right questions and bring together the right people to effect necessary change;

  • How to identify and leverage existing technology to satisfy compliance mandates;

  • Strategies to get buy-in and approval to implement solutions and initiatives;

  • Bringing it all together with the right mix of people and process and technology.