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DAMA Speakers Bureau - Page 1

Below is a listing of individuals available to speak at DAMA-related functions on topics of interest to IRM and DRM professionals.
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Speaker Information Topic(s) Recent Presentations Comments
Dr. Peter Aiken
Research Director
Information Systems Research Institute
Virginia Commonwealth University
1015 Floyd Avenue
Richmond, VA 23284-4000
804-828-0174 paiken@acm.org
XML, Portals, EAI Legacy systems migration,Data reverse engineering and data reengineering,Data warehouse engineering, Systems reengineering, integrated BPR and SR DAMA NCR (multiple years) DAMA Chicago, 1999, 2001DAMA International Symposium 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003STSC -98Reengineering Forum - 97Data Reverse Engineering (course) - 97 Publications:
"DoD Legacy Systems: Reverse Engineering Data Requirements" Communications of the ACM May 1994 37(5):26-41 "Reverse Engineering of Data" IBM Systems Journal 37(2)Data Reverse Engineering (McGraw-Hill, 1996)"Data Warehouse Engineering" (with co-author Clive Finkelstein) McGraw-Hill, 1998"Reverse Engineering of Data" IBM Systems Journal 37(2):246-269, 1998"Building Corporate Portals Using XML" (with Clive Finkelstein) McGraw-Hill, 1999Advisor to DAMA-Intl Board
Mr. James Bean
CEO, Author, Consultant
The Relational Logistics Group
P.O. Box 30171
Phoenix, AZ 85046-0171
602-996-7052 rdbms@aol.com Founder of SOA Lightning http://soalightning.com/
SOA from A to Z, SOA for Data Architects, XML for Data Architects, Web Services for Data Architects, Service Interface and Message Design, Canonical Message Models, EAI and EII, Taxonomy Ontology and Metadata, International and Industry Data Standards, Information Modeling for a Distributed Environment, Database Reverse Engineering. DAMA Int'l Symposium - 1998, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, EDF 2003, DAMA St. Louis 2003, DAMA Minnesota - 2001 DAMA Phoenix - 1995,1999, 2001, 2002, XML One Conference - 2000, 2003, Association of IT Professionals - 1997, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2003, Sybase Powersoft Conf - 1997, 1998, DRMA Seattle – 1999, Practical SW Quality Techniques – 1997, Powersoft User Group So. CA – 1998 Publications: XML For Data Architects, (Morgan-Kaufmann, ISBN 1-55860-907-5, 2003), Engineering Global E-Commerce Sites, (Morgan-Kaufmann, ISBN 1-55860-892-3, 2003), XML Globalization and Best Practices" (Active Education, ISBN 1-58264-129-3, 2001), The Sybase Client/Server Explorer" (Coriolis Group, ISBN 1-57610-045-6, 1996), Numerous magazine articles on topics of SOA, XML, Data Modeling, Reuse, Data Standards for: Enterprise Development, XML Magazine, Web Builder Magazine and CD, Visual Developer, PC Techniques,
Mr. Aynulla (Al) Bhimani
Human-Tech Management Consulting
6460 East Yale Ave Suite E-50/330
Denver, CO 80222-7156
303-617-8077
Fax: 303-727-4178 74021.220@compuserve.com
Enterprise Information Architecture Planning Strategic PlanningInformation Technology Assessment InfoCom 95 System Development Forum - 94  
Nick Bonamassa
President
Information Architects, Inc.
office/fax (732) 866-4119 nickb@infoarchitectsinc.com
Data Modeling Benefits and Challenges No Meta Data, No Warehouse Meta Data Strategy and Federated Data WarehouseData Modeling Benefits and Challenges DAMA international Symposium, 2000 DAMA NJIDUG Conference, 1999Sterling Software Worldwide Customer Conference, 1999 Insurance Accounting Systems Association (IASA) Conference, 1998  
Mr. Michael Brackett
P.O. Box 7006
Olympia, WA 98507
360-943-4829
Fax: 360--753-7363 mhbrackett@aol.comWebsite:
http://members.aol.com/mhbrackett
Making Data Quality an End User Responsibility Thriving on Disparate DataUsing the Framework to Manage DisparityMeeting the Metadata ChallengeDeploying Data for Data WarehousesDisparate Data Shock - How to Manage Disparate Data DAMA Intl - 97, 98, 2000, 01, 02, 03 DAMA Europe, 2000, 01, 02, 03ER2000, 2001Western Region DAMA Symp - 97Chicago DAMA - 96, 01DAMA NJ - 96NW Regional DAMA Symp - 96 Operational Data Store/Data Warehouse - 95 President DAMA International, 2000, 2001 Expenses are negotiable
Ms. Susan Burk
Director - Systems Architecture Enterprise Application Delivery Services
MassMutual Financial Group 1295 State Street J197
Springfield, MA 01111 413-744-7024 SBurk@MassMutual.com
Business Rules and Objects Components, Objects, and EntitiesEntity-Types vs. Classes for Business ModelingFacilitating SuccessFacilitated Object Modeling - Entities vs Objects Facilitating Use Case Modeling Sessions Objects to Relational Database Transformation A Practitioner's Perspective of the UML A Survival Guide for DAs in a Component-Based, Object-Oriented World Boston Facilitator's Roundtable , 2000 Connecticut Object-Oriented User's Group (COOUG) - 98, 2001DAMA Intl - 94, 2000DAMA NE - 94DAMA Ct Valley - 95DAMA NY - 97, 99, 2000, 01Connecticut OO Users Group - 98  
Angela Llamas Butler
President & CEO
Delta System Designs, Inc.
724.865.9185 (voice) albutler@dsdesigns.com www.dsdesigns.com
Software Development Methodologies MoSCoW techniques for Business AnalysisData Architecture for Product-izing Custom Solutions I/O User Interface Design Pittsburgh Oracle Users Group Women in Technology International Pittsburgh Technology Council National Association for Women in Business $50 fee
Andy Catlin Chief Software Architect Citigate Hudson 62 West 45 Street New York, NY 10036 212 840-0008 ext 205 andy.catlin@citigatehudson.com Business Intelligence (OLAP, MDX, DTS) .NET Development (ASP.net, VB.net, ADO.net) Database-driven applications (ASP, VB, ADO, SQL) Database expertise (including performance tuning, database security and programming using stored procedures and T-SQL) System/Legacy Integration Datafeed Integration "Building the LAN/WAN backbone: Migrating your LAN database to the Wide Area Network" New York SQL Server User Group New York Software Industry Association SIGs For 20 years, Andy has helped companies harness technology to create value and meet their business needs. Today, his expertise focuses on state of the art client/server and web-enabled database and collaboration systems over WANs, LANs, intranets, extranets and the Internet. Andy has acted as site manager for major clients, overseeing all aspects of the site, including software development, production support, best practices evaluation and client liaison. Andy also makes a significant contribution to bringing along the next generation of Citigate Hudson employees through his teaching of Microsoft Certified courses and certificate program courses at Baruch College in New York City, and as an Aspirity-certified OLAP instructor. Andy's students include employees from Alpha Technologies, Amerada Hess, Credit Suisse First Boston, Deutsche Bank, Ford Motor Company, Great Plains Software, Juno, KPMG Consulting, Microsoft, Prudential Securities, Ralston-Purina, Sapient, Sotheby's and TV Guide, just to name a few.
Brett Champlin
Allstate Insurance Company
2675 Sanders Road, X3
Northbrook, IL 60062
847/667-1747 bchampli@allstate.com brett@thechamplins.com
A Framework for Business Process Architecture Certification for Data ProfessionalsBeyond the CMMBusiness Process Modeling, Analysis & Re/DesignDAMA InternationalData Management Maturity ModelEnterprise ArchitectureICCP Certification ProgramsKnowledge Management MIT's ICIQ03, Nov 2003
DAMA Europe, Oct 2003
BrainStorm Conferences, Apr, June & Nov 2003
HOT DAMA, Feb 2003
DAMA Iowa, Jan 2003
DAMA Michigan, Jan 2003
Chicago Quality Assurance Association, Sept 2002
Midwest Computer Conf, Apr 2002
DAMA Kansas City, Aug 2001
DAMA Symposia, 1998, 2000
DAMA Europe, 2000
DAMA Chicago - 96, 97, 99, 00, 02
IRMAC, Toronto, 2000
Delphi KM Conf, 1998
Data Quality/Meta-Data Conf, 1998
INFORMS Chicago,1996
Advanced Technical Symposium, Ottawa, 1996
Intl 3Tier Distributed Computing Conf, 1995
Travel & expenses required President & Founder, Association for Business Process Management ProfessionalsDAMA International Board of Directors, 1998-2003DAMA Chicago Board of Directors, 1997-2003ICCP Board of Directors, 2001-2003Senior Lecturer, Adjunct Faculty, MSIS Program, Roosevelt UniversityMember Chicago Area Software Measurement Association (CASMA)Member International Association of Facilitators
Debbie Christofferson. CISSP,CISM
Phone:  480-988-4194
Email:  DebbieChristofferson@earthlink.net

 
Master Your Career and Build Your Future
Emerging Trends for Security in the Coming Decade
Communications Strategies for Technology Professionals
How to Create and Implement Your Own Security Risk Assessment Program
Recruiting and Retaining "Girls in IT"
Power up Your Resume to Land the Interview and Job
Public Speaking 101:  Speak to Sell Yourself and Your Business
Between 2000-2008, a sample:  Speaker at CSI Annual Conference, CTU
(Caribbean Telecommunications Union) World Telecom Conference, ARMA Regional
Canada, ARMA Denver, Phoenix, San Jose, and Oakland, World Future Society
Annual Conference, ISACA Europe and North American Conferences, and Phoenix
ISACA, ISSA Phoenix, MIS Training Institute InfoSec World, AICI Annual
Conference, SHRM Regional Conference, DallasCon Conference, ISPC CISSP
Conference, AIIP Annual Conference, ASIS Phoenix, , AZACP, University of
Advancing Technology, ITT Technical Institute, Arizona State University,
Belmont Technical College, Japan PC Expo, ASAE Annual Conference, AZHIMA
Annual Conference, NSA-Arizona, ATW Phoenix, DECA Regional Conference,
Entrepreneur Bootcamp, IEEE Computer Society Phoenix, IQPC Sarbanes-Oxley,
Great Plains Network, NAPM-AZ, NAPM-NCA, ITEC, NebrasaCERT Annual Regional
Conference, PMI Phoenix, WITI Conference, YWCA, Xplor, and AWIT, ...
Facilitated certification prep workshops for Certified Information Security
Manager (CISM), workshops on privacy and power careers, and how to market
and sell your security program.
Core competence is security management and strategy. Passion is technology career strategies and trends.  Debbie's a high energy experienced speaker who knows her topic and will fully engage your team.  She will also write for your publication--tips, briefs, or full articles and series. Do a Google search or connect on LinkedIn, to find out anything else--or contact me. Travel expenses required. Phoenix is my home
Ms. Patricia Cupoli, CCP
Database Design Solutions, Inc.
40 Morristown Rd.
Suite 1A
Bernardsville, NJ 07924
908/204-0900
908/204-0606 info@dbdsolutions.com
Revitalizing Data Administration DRM Certification UpdateTips and Suggestions for Creating Successful Data Warehouse and RepositoryEnvironmentInternet Opportunities: New DirectionsData Warehouse Repository Environment: Selected Issues & ObjectivesChallenges of Data Warehouse Development in a Client/Server EnvironmentCertification and the DRM ExamDAMA International: An OverviewData Issues of EIS: The Data Warehouse as One SolutionDAMA International OutlookData Issues of Executive Information Systems (EIS)The Interaction Between Data Resource Management and Information EngineeringAchieving Greater Efficiency by Integrating Your Enterprise Data Resources -A Practical Perspective DAMA NorthEast - 98 DAMA Chicago - 94, 98DAUG - 90, 94, 95, 96, 97DAMA Intl - 93, 94, 95ASM Des Moines - 95DAMA NY - 94, 95Client/Server and Database Technology Conf, Atlantic City - 94NY TRIDEX DB2 User Group - 94Northeast Florida Relational User Group (NEFRUG) - 94Delaware Valley DB2 Group - 94DAMA Philadelphia/Delaware Valley - 93, 94DAMA NJ - 93Network of Women in Computer Technology, Philadelphia - 93DAMA Minnesota - 93ASM Chicago - 90Conf on Implementing and Controlling Changes in Information Systems, Chicago - 89 Travel expenses required
Mr. Peter de Jager
22 Marchbank Crescent
Brampton, Ont L6S 3B1
905-792-8706
Fax: 905-792-9818 pdejager@technobility.com
homepage: www.technobility.com
Change Management Keynote Speaker PMI Conference, April 2006
Regular speaker at PMI chapter meetings in US, Europe and Australia
President of the Global Future Forum NA
Speaker, Writer, Consultant

 

Joe Danielewicz
Data Architecture Consultant
Joe Danielewicz Consulting, LLC

Joe_Danielewicz@msn.com
www.danlyst.com

 


Applying Six Sigma to Master Data Management
EA at Motorola: A Case Study for EII
Finding Meaning in Systems

Presented Applying Six Sigma to Master Data Management at Enterprise Data WorldMarch 15, 2010 San Francisco, CA

Presented to DAMA Chapter Rochester/Upstate New York RUNY Sept 2011

2008 IDQ Conference San Antonio, TX
Metatopia 2003 DAMA-NCR Alexandria, VA
IRM- UK, London, Oct 2002

 

 

Published Applying Six Sigma to MDM, in DATAVERSITY April 2011

Published Finding Meaning in Systems,TDAN, Oct 2002

 

Frank Dravis VP of Information Quality Firstlogic, Inc.
100 Harborview Plaza
La Crosse, WI 54601
608-782-5000
(fax) 608-788-1188 frank.dravis@firstlogic.com
Building Business Value Through Improved Data Quality Data Quality Strategy Development Data Quality Project Management and Best Practices Data Quality Marketplace and Technologies Workflow Optimization Through Data Quality Practices

Enterprise Data Forum, Nov 2003 Informatica World, Oct 2003Fiserv Inc’s user conference, June 2003Institute of Economic Affairs 6th Annual Conference, Barcelona, Spain, March 2003International Conference on Information Quality (ICIQ), MIT, Nov 2002Universal Postal Union’s Post Expo, Koln, Germany, October 2002

“Exemplifying Business Opportunities From Corporate Household Research”, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Total Data Quality Management program. April, 2003. “Data Quality, A Key to CRM Success”, Inbound Logistics Magazine, February 2003 “10 Tips for CRM Success”, Inbound Logistics Magazine, January 2003 “Data Detective” in Proceedings of International Conference on Information Quality (ICIQ), 2002. MIT, Boston, Massachusetts: pp. 2002. “Data Day Progress”, Postal Technology International, September 2002, pgs 90-94,. “Data Quality Assessments and the Information Quality Life Cycle”, DM Direct, September 2002. “Information Quality, The Quest for Justification.” The Data Warehousing Institute’s Journal of Data Warehousing, Vol 7, Number 2, Spring 2002, pgs 44-49.
Larry English
INFORMATION IMPACT International, Inc.
871 Nialta Lane
Suite 100
Brentwood, Tn 37027
Tel: 615-837-1211
Fax: 615-837-8804 Larry.English@infoimpact.com
homepage: http://www.infoimpact.com
Information Quality Management: The Next Frontier What Have We Learned From Y2k? How To Prevent Data Architecture
DefectsY2k New Year Resolution: Improving Information Quality To Eliminate
Future Y2k ProblemsThe High IQ OrganizationData Quality For The Data WarehouseInformation Stewardship/Data StewardshipRedefining The Role Of IM For The 21st CenturyThe Golden Age Of Information Mgt
Too numerous to mention ! Keynote Speaker at DAMA International Symposia 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Expenses Advisor to DAMA-Intl Board 1997, 1998, 1999
Mr. Clive Finkelstein
Information Engineering Services Pty Ltd
PO Box 246, Hillarys
Perth WA 6923Australia Tel: +61-8-9309-6163
Fax: +61-8-9309-6165cfink@ies.aust.comhomepage: http://www.ies.aust.com/~ieinfo/cbfindex.htm
XML – The Future of Metadata Introduction to XMLBusiness Reengineering using XMLBuilding Enterprise Portals with XMLEnterprise Portal Strategic Technology PlanningEnterprise Architecture and EnterpriseEngineering (jointly with John Zachman)Data Administration and the InternetData Warehousing and Data AdministrationPrototyping Client/Server Systems from Data ModelsBusiness-driven Information EngineeringStrategic Technology Planning Business-driven Enterprise Engineering Strategic Information Systems PlanningStrategic Business Planning Knowledge Management and the Internet DAMA Intl Symposia - 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 00 NW Region DAMA Symposium - 96Western Region DAMA Symposium - 97DAMA Chapter Tours - 95, 96, 97DAMA Australia – 96, 98, 99DB2 Users Group - 94, 95XML for Information Resource Managers 99Conf - XML/SGML Asia Pacific 99Upcoming 2000 Conferences:San Francisco, CA – Feb 2000:
XML Solutions for e-BusinessOrlando, Fl – Apr 2000:
XML Leadership ConferenceWashington, DC – May 2000:
B2B Corporate Portal Summit London, UK – June 2000:
XML and Enterprise Portal SeminarsLos Angeles, CA – Sep 2000
Data Quality Conference
Advisor to DAMA-Intl Board Presents Joint 2-day seminar with John Zachman (see Topics)Often in USA. Will consider all Chapter speaking or seminar requests. Email for datesSuggests 3 DAMA chapters in one week to share travel costsAcknowledged world-wide as the "Father" of Information EngineeringRecent Published Books:"Building Corporate Portals with XML", Clive Finkelstein and Peter Aiken, McGraw-Hill, New York: NY (Sep 1999)"Information Engineering: Strategic Systems Development", Clive Finkelstein, Addison-Wesley, Sydney: Australia (1992)"An Introduction to Information Engineering", Clive Finkelstein, Addison-Wesley, Sydney: Australia (1989)"Information Engineering", Two Volume Technical Report, Clive Finkelstein and James Martin, Savant Institute, Carnforth: Lancs, UK (1981)
Mr. Attila FintaAFinta@earthlink.com Data Warehouse & Intranet Metadata Management DAMA San Francisco - 93 DAMA Sacramento - 93DAUG - 93DAMA Florida - 94DAMA Portland - 97Minneapolis DAMA Day - 97 DAMA Intl Board, 1997, 1998, 1999
Lowell W. Fryman
Principal Consultant
Intelligent Solutions, Inc.
2207 Sunshine Canyon Dr.
Boulder, CO 80302
303-440-5759
Pager: 800-313-8144 Home Address:
P. O. Box 818
Locust Grove, VA 22508
Basic and Advanced Data Warehousing concepts Data Modeling for the Data WarehouseOperational Data Stores concepts, design and data modelingMulti-dimensional Data ModelingOLAP application concepts and design Intl DW Symp - 97 Data Warehouse Institute: Multi-dimensional Data Modeling: Washington D.C. - 96IBM AS/400 Data Warehousing Conf: Keynote - 96Information Resource Management Assoc. of Canada - Toronto - 96Data Administration User Group: San Francisco - 96Data Quality Conf - 97 Has consulted or trained 35 organizations in Data Warehousing and Operational Data Stores Travel extensively, thus, please contact via pager or office number. Will speak anywhere in North America or Western Europe.Full bio. is available upon request.
Mr. Jonathan G. Geiger
Director of Consulting and Educational Services
Intelligent Solutions, Inc.
4447 Benhurst Avenue San Diego, CA 92122
Cell Phone: (858) 603-1699
Fax: (858) 452-2799 jggeiger@pobox.comwww.IntelSols.com
Data Warehouse in Client Server Environ Enterprise ModelingData Warehouse ModelingData Warehouse Using the Zachman FrameworkData Quality in the Data WarehouseData Warehouse MethodologyHow to Build, Manage & Exploit the Data Warehouse Furnished on request Publications: "Information Mgt for Competitive Advantage" (Strategic Systems - 6/93) Various data management and data warehousing articles (DM Review)"What's in a Data Warehouse that an Auditor Can Use" (IS Audit & Control Journal, 10/97)"A Misplaced Data Warehouse Group" (TDAN, 4Q97)Managing Enterprise Knowledge: Data Stores, Data Warehousing and the Zachman Framework: Managing Enterprise Knowledge (McGraw-Hill, 1997), co-authored by Bill Inmon and John Zachman
Bobbi Geyer
Geyer Consulting Services, Inc.
836B Southampton Rd., #339
Benicia, CA 94510
Telephone: 707-373-0268
Fax: 707-747-4920 email: bjgeyer@aol.com
Making the Most of Facilitated Sessions Data ModelingInformation Resource Management basicsImplementing IRMTeam Building Western Region DAMA Symp - 97 DAMA SacramentoDAMA Intl - 95, 96, 97NW Regional DAMA Symp - 96Government Technology Conf - 98 Expenses
Mr. Douglas Hackney
Enterprise Group, Ltd.
1417 Northridge Drive
Hudson, WI 54016
715-381-2751
Fax: 715-381-2752 doug@eqltd.comwww.eqltd.com
Successful Data Warehouse Implementation - Keys to Success Seven Deadly Sins of Data Warehousing - What they are, how to avoid themUnderstanding and Implementing Successful Data Marts Intl DW Symp - 97 DCI Data Warehousing ConfsTDWI Data Warehousing Confs Author: "Understanding and Implementing Successful Data Marts" Aug ‘98
Dr. Terry Halpin
Director of Database Strategy
Visio Corporation
2211 Elliott Avenue
Seattle WA 98121-1691
USA
+1 206 956 6788
fax: +1 206 956 6001 terryh@visio.comwebsite: www.orm.net
Conceptual and logical data modeling Business rules DAMA International Symposium 2000 DAMA-96; DRMA-99Business Rules Forum-98I*CON-98; ORDB Summit-98ER (multiple years)EMMSAD (multiple years)CAiSE (multiple years)  

 

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