By John McCormack, Writer, InCommon
Estimated reading time: 2 minutes
During the event, Summer Scanlan, a business systems analyst at University of California Berkeley, will offer her perspective during a Lightning Talk entitled “Lived Name: Implementation Considerations.” We asked Summer to offer insight on the importance of her session and what attendees will gain from it and TechEX overall.
Q: What do you hope attendees will learn from your session?
A: I hope folks learn what lived names are and will provide tips and strategies to consider when implementing lived names at your organization.
Q: Why is this an important topic to cover?
A: Our culture and society is changing rapidly as far as lived names and identity are concerned. The University of California has set a deadline of December 31, 2023, for all campuses to implement UC’s Gender Recognition and Lived Name policy. Other universities and organizations will surely follow!
Q: What do you enjoy most about speaking on IAM topics?
A: Sharing tips and tricks and systems and processes!
Fun Facts About Summer
Number of Years in Current Role: 1.8 in IAM
Total Years at Institution/Organization: 17
Number of Times You Have Presented at TechEx: 0!
Best IAM Advice Your Ever Received (& from whom): Never believe the user! Verify! (Mimi Mugler, UCB IAM team – rest in peace, friend)
Q: What’s the #1 reason IAM professionals should come to TechEX/CAMP Week 2023?
A: CAMP is the #1 place to deep dive into the best IAM tools out there. It’s essential training for anyone who wants to learn about identity.
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