Webinar: Award Winning Data Governance
This webinar was presented live on October 27, 2011
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To view just the slides of the live presentation, click HERE.
About the Webinar
View this recording and learn why Sallie Mae was the recipient of the 2011 Data Governance Best Practice Award.
This presentation is designed for participants to learn:
The “non-traditional” Data Governance framework Sallie Mae used and the benefits of that approach
How the DG Program contributed to the success of Sallie Mae during tumultuous industry changes
How Sallie Mae utilized business initiatives to gain momentum and resources
The key critical success factors and lessons learned
About the Speaker
Michele Koch is the Director of Enterprise Data Management and the Data Governance Office at Sallie Mae, the leading “saving, planning, and paying for education” company in the US. Michele was responsible for the successful design and implementation of the enterprise Data Governance and Data Quality Programs at Sallie Mae. Their Data Governance Program won the 2011 Data Governance Conference Best Practice Award and TDWI’s 2010 Best Practices Award for the Data Governance category. She is also responsible for the data modeling team who provides support to development teams and the business user community. Her 28 years of experience include applying structured analysis and design methods for process and data modeling, managing client/server and mainframe DBAs, and consulting at Fortune 500 companies. Michele received dual masters’ degrees in MIS and Computer Systems Applications from The American University and a bachelor’s degree from Cornell University.
Michele is a co-founder of the newly formed, Data Governance Professionals Organization (DGPO).