Phyllis Elin, CEO
Phyllis Elin is an Information Governance leader with over thirty years of experience leading consulting assignments and managing projects for enterprise clients in financial services, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, healthcare, legal, higher education, and the public sector.
Her past consulting projects include integration work related to active file management, development of records retention schedules, creation of policy and procedures manuals, technology solutions, facilities management, hoteling and telecommuting projects, record center administration, vital records and archival records management, vendor evaluations, development of RFI's and RFP's, marketing programs, staff training, and in-house seminars.
Phyllis has taught Library, Records and Information Governance sessions at Simmons College, Suffolk University, the American Management Association, the Boston Computer Society and the Association of Legal Administrators, in addition to ARMA International and local ARMA chapter events. She has also presented at the ARMA International Conferences and is past President of an ARMA chapter. She earned her Masters Degree from Seton Hall University and completed her undergraduate studies at NYU.
Phyllis is a past Chairperson of the Board Governance Committee of the New Jersey Sharing Network Foundation, a nonprofit organ and tissue donation cause.