What’s Next: The Impact of Culture & Transparency on Our Careers
An open conversation about the challenges of figuring out what’s next in our careers. Not your normal conversation about leveling up.
Please join the Women in eDiscovery Philadelphia Chapter for our September 2022 meeting.
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Presenters: Lynne Hewitt, MBA, CEDS and Dawn Garrison, Esq.
Join us for an open conversation about the challenges of figuring out what’s next in our careers. Deciding to make a change (or not) can be a difficult proposition. Join Lynne Hewitt and Dawn Garrison, two eDiscovery professionals with over a decade of experience each. Both have taken non-traditional routes and finally found places they fit that make going to work a joy and not a chore. Join us to find out how they did it and what advice they have for you. This is not your normal conversation about “leveling up.” Lynne and Dawn approach this topic with vulnerability and humor and are eager to help everyone find their best fit.
Lynne Hewitt, MBA, CEDSLynne is a Senior Advisor at Redgrave, LLP, with over a decade of experience creating, improving, and implementing data management solutions, along with supporting the adoption of eDiscovery tools and best practices. In her current role, Lynne works with clients to review existing processes, identify pressing issues and critical needs, and develop comprehensive strategies that improve efficiency while mitigating risk.
Dawn Garrison, Esq.Dawn is a Senior Manager of Proposal Marketing at Lighthouse with over a decade of experience in the eDiscovery space. She’s recognized as a female leader who actively chooses to challenge stereotypes, fight bias, broaden perceptions, improve situations, and celebrate women's achievements.
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