Mar 6 DGPO Webinar: How to Create a Data Squad to Team Up and Build Out

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DATE: March 6, 2019, This webinar has passed. The recording will be made available On Demand within the next week in the Members Only section at www.dgpo.org.

TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific

PRICE: Free to all attendees

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About the Webinar

In a fast paced environment where work is done for the immediate need, best practices often fly out the door. In order to combat this problem, CoverMyMeds created the data squad. The idea of the data squad is to pair a technical expert with a business subject matter expert to build to the solution. Presenters will share the success they have experienced over the past year using this approach to incorporate data governance best practices across the company that is prone to change, rapid growth and can sometimes be resistant to new processes.

About the Speakers

Ty Sonagere

Manager, Data Governance, Quality & Advocacy, CoverMyMeds

Ty is a passionate and strategic data professional. After serving in various leadership roles in the hedge fund world for a decade, the last 6 years Ty has focused on data governance and data quality. 

Ty earned an MBA in Finance, has grown 3 data governance programs, of varying success, from the ground up, serves on the board of the Buckeye Chapter of DAMA and is a co-author of the Smart Columbus data management plan. Ty lives in Columbus, Ohio.

Deb Bitzan

Data Solutions Lead, CoverMyMeds

With experience in human services, higher education and healthcare industries, Deb is a well-rounded and strategic data professional. She has several years of experience in analytics, SQL development, customer data administration, change control process management and complex requirements gathering for data warehouse and business intelligence products.

Deb is passionate about digital access, STEAM education opportunities for underserved students, and helping women find confidence in the workplace.

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