Senior Lecturer - Information Governance, University College London
Elizabeth Lomas is a Senior Lecturer in Information Governance at University College London. Her research takes her around the globe working with practitioners and academic. She is passionate the need for records management professionals to drive and influence the research agenda. She has recently focused on the research needs for the digital evidence base (RecordDNA https://recorddna.wordpress.com/) and developing tools to aid the navigating of information management and compliance challenges for society and business. She is currently developing an information governance maturity model as part of the work of the international InterPARES Trust. Elizabeth has particular expertise in information rights law and its application in practice. She undertakes small scale consultancy projects and currently these are increasingly focusing on GDPR. She is a member of the Advisory Council on National Records and Archives and the Deputy Chair of the Forum on Historical Manuscripts and Research. Elizabeth was honoured to be one of the original cohort of IRMS fellows established in 2013.