“The Women Leaders in Information Governance" is a podcast series highlighting the careers of successful female leaders in the information sector. Our goal: to inspire women in similar professions to follow their passion and pursue leadership positions.
Episode 7: "When You Help Others Grow, You Grow Yourself," featuring Vijay Laxmi
Episode 7: “When You Help Others Grow, You grow Yourself,” featuring Vijay Laxmi. For those listening, you are going to get a treat today. What follows this somewhat inadequate introduction is a conversation with a well-rounded, compassionate, transparent, and authentic leader. Her inner fire and intelligence drove her to work with people from many different cultures, countries, companies, and professional backgrounds. During our discussion, she was contemplative and thoughtful, and you can hear that in the pauses between words and sentences. I can say that after listening to the interview for the umpteenth time, I feel she is someone we can all aspire to be like. At one point, laughed about a very relatable experience, and I think you’ll chuckle too as you listen to Episode 7: “When You Help Others Grow, You Grow Yourself,” featuring Vijay Laxmi.
Episode 6: From Fry Girl to eDiscovery - Always Take Pride in What You Do, featuring Ann Snyder
"From Fry Girl to eDiscovery - Always Take Pride in What You Do," featuring Ann Snyder. Ann's Bio: Ann K. Snyder is the Manager of Content Development at ARMA International. Immediately prior to joining ARMA, Snyder served as senior manager of information governance at a biotech company. Snyder’s experience includes data remediation; data mining/analytics; e-discovery; IG process building/improvements; IG technologies; IG program maturity assessment/gap analysis; long-term digital preservation; IG program training; IG frameworks, programs, committees; policy development and implementation; IG and data transfer during MAD events; and industry best practices.
Episode 5: Constructive Vs Destructive featuring Katie Tall
Episode 5: Constructive Vs Destructive featuring Katie Tall, Marketing Manager at Nyxeia.
Episode 4: Chase the Dream, Not the Money - featuring Darlene Rockenbaugh
Today I have the pleasure to introduce my personal friend and business colleague Darlene Rockenbaugh, who I have known for over two decades and worked within three different companies. Darlene has had a diverse career that spanned across several different business sectors and disciplines. While her modesty and understated personality stands out, you can’t underestimate her strength, dynamism, integrity, and raw honesty. She shares her approach to life, career, and being true to yourself. Darlene’s ultimate success in chasing the dream not the money is a true example of what a great leader is in my eyes.
Episode 3: I Don't Listen to That Voice Anymore, featuring Stacey Egerton Davis
The questions we ask in these interviews usually follow more lengthy conversations or follow-up questions and clarifications that we haven’t been including in the episodes we’ve aired so far. We’ve wanted to keep the episodes short enough to digest in a coffee break. Therefore, a lot of the funnier, more candid moments following the interviewee’s answers are left out in the interest of time. In this next interview, we meet a woman who not only has had a lucrative career influenced by great mentors, but has also nurtured other women to forge their own paths, imagine beyond what they thought they were capable of, to believe in their capabilities, see their strengths, and shut down that negative inner voice to achieve something greater. Not only that, but she continues to encourage others to give back – in whatever capacity they can. So although some of our conversation with Stacey is cut out, we encourage you to check out what she’s doing. In fact, do this for everyone we’ve interviewed. For now, sit back and enjoy our interview with Stacey Egerton Davis.
Episode 2: I Wouldn't Be Here If, featuring Priya Keshav
Episode 2: “I wouldn’t be here if” featuring a leader with an incredibly diverse professional background. From computer programing to accounting and finance to program management, legal consulting and entrepreneurship, our next guest reveals what she learned along the way: how to acknowledge and learn from failures, how to ask the right questions and better prepare, what it means to be proactive vs. reactive, the impact of discrimination, and how to overcome fear with courage, grace, and a growth mindset. You’ll hear this inspiring story after Lynn introduces her and the interview begins.