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A Career in Data Governance: Strategies in Hiring, Training and Recruiting
It has been said that an organization’s two greatest assets are: people and data. Pragmatically, these two critical assets are interdependent as strategically managed data enables improvements in people’s daily work and overall lives, while skilled and motivated people are essential in the governing and elevating of effective data. Since we are already enlisted in championing the data, it is acquiring and improving our human resources that sometimes doesn’t get as much of our attention — but is absolutely necessary for success. Whether you are a leader of a Data Governance program, are a data provocateur in your organization, or are looking to better your own data management career — come join me as we explore strategies around hiring, training, and recruiting for Data Governance.
We will cover topics such as:
Strategically hiring different backgrounds
Training a sustainable data governance team
Making the case for resources
Top reasons for a career in data governance

Feb 2, 2022 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Deron Hook
Director Data Governance @OneAmerica
Deron Hook is a certified data management professional who is passionate about people, data, and the strategic solutions that provide value, enhance business outcomes, and improve lives. He is currently the Director of Data Governance at OneAmerica and has held various data roles across the financial services industry for the past decade. In his current role, he continues to mature the Data Governance organization by building out foundational initiatives such as metadata management, data stewardship, and master data management. He also currently serves on the DAMA Indiana Chapter Board as VP of Education. Deron is a recognized data leader and Chief Data Officer (CDO) summer school graduate by Carruthers & Jackson and Collibra. He received his MBA with a concentration in Data Analytics from Purdue University and is also a proud Brigham Young University graduate and cougar sports fan. He and his wife have five children and live in Indiana.