Information Governance programs that address records management, privacy, litigation readiness and productivity hold the promise of delivering substantial value to the organization. Yet effectively executing these initiatives is both an art and a science. Join Matthew Bernstein from Deutsche Bank, Megan Hertzler from PG&E, and Andrea Meyer from the Foundation of CA Community Colleges for a lively discussion!
About the Speakers:
Matthew Bernstein: Matthew is the head of Deutsche Bank’s Group Information & Records Management, which is responsible for the Bank’s eDiscovery, Records Management, and Archiving operations and strategies. Matthew joined the Chief Operating Office division in 2013 to lead efforts to improve the Bank’s ability to provide timely, complete, and accurate responses to requests for information, while retaining and disposing of records in compliance with legal, regulatory, and business requirements.
Megan Hertzler: Megan is the Director, Enterprise Information Governance for PG&E, one of the largest natural gas and electric utilities in the United States. Megan leads the Enterprise Records and Information Management team, which is responsible for the effective management of PG&E records and information assets. Previously, Megan was the Director of Information Governance at Xcel Energy, an attorney in private practice, and an Assistant Attorney General providing legal counsel to the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission.
Andrea Meyer: As the General Counsel and Corporate Secretary at the Foundation, Andrea Meyer oversees the contracts and legal team, facilitates contract management and legal review, manages outside legal counsel relationships, works collaboratively with the Chancellor’s Office legal affairs department to address mutual issues, and provides effective guidance on organizational strategies, programs, services, and their implementation as it relates to general risk management, compliance, and legal liability.