Ilana brings more than 20 years of experience as an information professional in government, corporate, industry and nonprofit sectors. Having worked in a variety of roles across the information management spectrum, she is dedicated to assisting organizations to be in control of their information assets and helping her clients gain access to the right information at the right time at the lowest cost to maximize workplace productivity. To this end, she utilizes her experience in records management, discovery, litigation support, legal operations, cloud risk evaluation, data privacy and building bridges across disciplines.
In June 2019, Ilana joined Deloitte in the Information Governance and eDiscovery practice. Previously, she worked at Daimler North America Corporation and Mercedes-Benz USA as Information Governance Specialist and at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation as Records Manager. She has also worked as a lead project archivist at the College of Staten Island and library associate at Roselle Public Library. In Israel, Ilana worked at Partner Communications as the corporate Information Specialist. She began her career as an archivist at the State Archives and Records, New South Wales, Sydney.
Ilana holds a Masters in Library and Information Science from Rutgers University; a BA Honors in History; and a Graduate Diploma in Information Management and Archives Administration from the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. She attained the Certified Records Manager (CRM) designation and completed AIIM courses in electronic records management and holds a CIPP/US – Certified Information Privacy Professional/US.
Currently, Ilana is an advisor on the ARMA North East Regional Committee and is a past president of the NJ Chapter. She is a facilitator for Information Governance topic sessions for online Records Management courses at several US Universities.
You can read more about Ilana and her career journey in her interview for the Governance of Things.
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