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Liz Scott-Wilson is a consultant and practitioner who has worked in the field of information management for over 25 years.
She trained as an archivist and records manager at Archives New Zealand, but soon moved into electronic records and information management as a consultant and trainer. From the early 2000s she has focused on information architecture, information governance and strategy.
Her expertise includes information strategy and policy development, information governance, information architecture, data protection and privacy, ontology and taxonomy development, metadata frameworks, retention and disposal policies and schedules, data access and security frameworks, content maps and information audits, migration planning and preparation.
Previous projects include working with Linklaters LLP, Financial Services Authority, Tube Lines Ltd, London Borough of Hackney, Northamptonshire County Council, Inter IKEA BV, and the European Investment Bank.
After ten years in the UK she returned to New Zealand between 2012 and 2017, where she led the Department of Conservation’s Information Architecture practice before moving to Foodstuffs North Island Ltd.
She is now back working in the UK.