Conference Facilitators

ARMA 16 EUR

Nina Bryant is an information and records management professional with 20 years of experience in leading strategy development alongside delivering business and technical change programmes. Nina’s specialties are implementing enterprise document and records management solutions, developing communities of practice, and establishing ILG strategies and programmes. Prior to establishing Infomaze Consulting, Nina was a senior ILG consultant, head of knowledge management at a government organization and head of information management at a global law firm.
Gregory Campbell provides legal subject matter expertise in ILG and eDiscovery at IBM. He is a practising solicitor, with the ability to strategize effectively and efficiently throughout complex projects and to deliver optimal results. He previously worked in a client appointed role on a significant arbitration matter at a top-ten London legal firm. He moved into the legal technology sector as a legal counsel and consultant, followed by a role within the litigation support function of a Magic Circle London legal firm, concentrating on eDiscovery and ILG.
Galina Datskovsky, Ph.D., CRM, FAI, is CEO of Vaporstream. She served as chair, president, president elect, and director of ARMA International (2007-2013), as well as fellow in 2014. Galina is a certified records manager and recognized around the world as an expert in information governance and associated technologies. She is widely published in academic journals and teaches and speaks frequently on a variety of topics. She earned her doctoral, master’s and bachelor’s degrees in computer science from Columbia University.
Laurent De Muyter, Esq., is Of Counsel at Jones Day. He has practiced for more than 10 years in the areas of telecom regulation, privacy, and antitrust. Laurent is a member of the Brussels bar and of the decisional body of the Belgian Competition Authority. He is research fellow at the University of Liège and a member of the IBA Communications Committee. You can learn more about Laurent here: http://www.jonesday.com/ldemuyter/.
Maria Luisa Di Biagio has been working in the information management profession since 2005, first as records manager, and currently as information management expert in the Information Management policy team of the European Central Bank (ECB) based in Frankfurt am Main (Germany). She holds a BSc (Hons) in records and information management from Northumbria University (UK) and is currently coordinating the implementation of automated retention in the ECB EDRMS.
Paul Duller, Ph.D., is an award winning international information and records manager, chartered scientist, trainer, author, director, and past chair of the IRMS and editor of the IRMS Bulletin. During his 30-year career, Paul has undertaken projects in over 36 countries for numerous international companies and government agencies. Most recently, he was an expert witness for the State of California. He is also an honorary teaching fellow in archives and records management at the University of Dundee.
Diane Faulkner has over 15 years of experience in records management. Prior to joining PRA Health Science as information manager, she served as assistant city clerk over record center operations for City of Independence, Missouri and records manager at Sprint. Diane recognises that records and information are major business assets, vital to an organization. She has been a member of ARMA International since 1993 and served two-terms on the board as secretary for the GKC Chapter of ARMA.
Tor Anton Gaarder has a master of arts, including archive studies. He has worked in the National Archives of Norway (NAN) since 1998 and has a broad background in the archives and records management field. He is head of the section responsible for Noark, the national standard for digital records management and archiving.
Beatriz García Garrido has over ten years of experience in records and information management. She is currently an information management expert in the European Central Bank where she has held different positions. She has worked on the successful implementation of an EDRMS, on the automation of retention, and on the design of an IG maturity model. She holds a degree in Law and a BSc (Hons) in records and information management from Northumbria University.

Jakob Greiner is Senior Manager, European Affairs at Deutsche Telekom AG in Brussels. He formerly worked with the European Parliament, Apple, and the Representation of the Free State of Bavaria to the European Union.

Bernice Ibiricu is an information management specialist and data protection coordinator at the European Central Bank (ECB). With a linguistic and administrative background, she took up the challenge of becoming part of a pioneering team of staff which established the European Monetary Institute, the forerunner of the ECB. After ten years as an administrative professional, she was recruited in 2005 as one of the ECB’s six original records management specialists. Bernice holds a BSc (Hons) in records and information management from Northumbria University and has been an ARMA professional member since 2012.
Amir Jaibaji has over 15 years of experience owning product vision and direction at a multitude of successful startup organizations. For the past seven years he has focused on solving complex information governance problems, sitting on the EDRM subcommittee that published the Information Governance Reference Model (IGRM) & providing thought leadership through speaking engagements, interviews, and customer sessions for eDiscovery, records retention, compliance, and disposition initiatives.

Dominic Johnstone, an expert in information management strategy with more than 17 years of experience, has particular expertise in the area of information governance. One of his primary roles at Crown Records Management is to further develop the information management consultancy practice. As an experienced professional, Dominic’s main focus is to support clients on creating their information management strategy in the areas of information governance, document management, records management, email management, capture, scanning and imaging.

Sophie Louveaux is Head of Unit, Policy and Consultation at the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) and has served the supervision team in ensuring compliance with the data protection Regulation (EC) 45/2001 in the EU institutions and bodies. She is also responsible for coordinating EDPS relations with the Data Protection Officers of the EU institutions and bodies. Sophie worked for many years at the CRID Research Centre of Namur, Belgium, specialised in data protection issues.

Jones Lukos Ongalo, Ph.D., has 20 years of professional experience in information management, records and archives systems automation. He has extensive experience in public and private sectors as a project manager, skilled in executing large knowledge management and information management implementations. He holds a BSc in electronic engineering, MSc in organisational development, a Ph.D. in computer science, and an MBA. He is currently doing doctoral research on staff motivation and digital culture in judicial areas.
Patricia Nivet, Ph.D., certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, has 20 years of experience in the clinical research industry (in both CROs and pharmaceutical companies), with more than 8 years in process improvement. Patricia’s passion is to drive global teams on corporate initiatives with the objective of making work tasks simpler for employees and increasing companies’ compliance and performance. One of her recent initiative was to lead the deployment of PRA’s records management program.

Alison North is ARMA International’s international ambassador. She is also an independent information management consultant who works with people that struggle with change brought about by the concept of “too much information.” She brings innovation and positive transformation to business, clarity and motivation to professionals, and help to those starting out or changing careers. Alison has a Lifetime Achievement Award for her work in the information management world and is a Fellow of the Information and Records Management Society.
Tom O’Neill has ten years of law firm experience and focuses on information governance and records management.
Clare Sadler, Ph.D., has experience working in the information governance field, most recently implementing ILG within a major financial services organizations. Prior to her current role, Clare led the Global Records Management Program at Deutsche Bank and has specialist knowledge of developing global retention schedules, designing operating models, and embedding RM within organizations. Before her time at Deutsche Bank, Clare was a consultant advising and holding Central Government and Local Government, Policing Agencies and Social and Healthcare sectors.
Gavin Siggers is an information governance and records management subject matter expert with over 20 years’ experience as both a practitioner and consultant. He is the head of Iron Mountain’s consulting practice in Europe. Gavin has served as the region director for ARMA International in Europe and is a current board member for the UK Chapter. Prior to joining Iron Mountain, Gavin led the information governance consulting team at PwC; he is an ex Open Text consultant and was the BBC corporate records manager.
Marja van der Made is an information management specialist and data protection coordinator at the European Central Bank (ECB). She worked as a systems engineer in information technology operations at the Hypo-Vereinsbank. In 2000 she joined the ECB information technology projects. She was recruited to the records management and archives section in 2005. Marja holds a BSc (Hons) in records and information management from Northumbria University.