Getting a Seat at the Table

PODCAST SERIES FROM ILTA

Getting A Seat
At The Table

The late, great Shirley Chisholm said “If they don't give you a seat at the table, bring a folding chair.” It is with this in mind that ILTA Publications takes aim at boardroom tables everywhere and asks: "What seat would you pull up to the table?"

New Podcasts From Women Who Lead

Beginning in 2019, our WWL group began searching for new and innovative ways to highlight our members, partners, and Women in Technology. Enter the new podcasts series Getting a Seat at the Table. Showcased via ILTA’s quarterly magazine, Peer to Peer, articles and podcasts touch on Women Who Lead.

Check out the amazing Women Who Lead stories, Getting a Seat at the Table, below. These short interviews will cover a wide array of legal IT and will have, as interviewers and interviewees, a rotating cast of ILTAns and ILTA-family guests.

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Episode 8  //  29 March 2020

  Angela Dowd (LinkedIn)

Joining the podcast today is Angela Dowd, Director of Practice Innovation at Burns & Levinson LLP. Angela is a former ILTA Board of Directors President and continues to serve the current ILTA Board as Treasurer. Today, she speaks with Beth Anne Stuebe, Director of Publications and Press, and talks about her chair, who else is at the table, why tech is important, cycling and why adventure and tech so readily mix.

Episode 7  //  29 January 2020

  Nicola Shaver (LinkedIn)

Today, we sit down with Nicola Shaver, Managing Director of Innovation and Knowledge at Paul Hastings. She speaks with Beth Anne Stuebe, Director of Publications and Press, and talks about her chair, who else is at the table, why tech is important, and so much more.

Episode 6  //  5 September 2019

  Berys Amor (LinkedIn)

With great pleasure, we welcome our next chair to table guest Berys Amor, long-time ILTA volunteer, current ILTA Knowledge Advisor, speaker, and, in her copious spare time, Berys is the Director of Technology at Corrs Chambers Westgarth. There, she manages a national team which includes client technology solutions, IT project delivery, IT training, helpdesk and service delivery, and infrastructure and applications support. Berys was selected for CIO Australia’s top 50 CIOs for 2016.

Episode 5  //  26 August 2019

  Carly Prellwitz (LinkedIn)

While onsite at ILTACON 2019, we sat down with our next chair to table guest Carly Prellwitz, who is a Business Analyst at Fish. Carly is also an active ILTA volunteer and speaker and during our first Women Who Lead onsite interview, ILTA Senior Content Manager Beth Anne Stuebe and talked about why someone should attend ILTACON! They also talked about getting the most out of your career mentors and, of course, about what chair she would bring to the table, who else is at that table, and so much more!

Episode 4  //  19 August 2019

  Karen Allen (LinkedIn)

Joining us today as our next chair to table guest is Karen Allen; Karen is a long-time ILTA volunteer, speaker, and legal tech professional. Karen is the Manager of Information Governance Technology at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP.

Episode 3  //  23 July 2019

  Brianna Leung (LinkedIn)

Our third chair to table guest is Brianna Leung, ILTA thought leader, Principal Consultant at GrowthPlay, and kind and vocal advocate for women everywhere.

Episode 2  //  2 July 2019

  Catherine Monte (LinkedIn)

Our second chair to table guest is Catherine Monte, ILTA Board Treasurer, Women Who Lead advisory member, and, in her copious spare time, the Chief Knowledge & Innovation Officer at Fox Rothschild in Philadelphia.

Episode 1  //  17 June 2019

  Laurie Pierre (LinkedIn)

Our first chair to table guest is Laurie Pierre, Information Security Analyst at McCarter & English, LLP. Today, Laurie sits down with ILTA Senior Content Manager Beth Anne Stuebe and talks about her chair, who else is at the table, and so much more.

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A Women Who Lead Profile: Sue Keno

At ILTACON 2018 and at ILTACON 2019, Sue sat down with ILTA Senior Content Manager Beth Anne Stuebe and talked about what chair she would bring to the table, who else is at that table, and so much more. Check out their podcast to learn more about Sue and her endeavors to make technology approachable and inclusive.

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