OpenWork: The Art of Starting Over with Joyce Rogina

by Guerrero

In this episode of OpenWork, we speak with Barnes & Noble Education’s Joyce Rogina about making a career transition in the height of her success, big data and its evolving role in the corporate landscape, and why she thinks all people should have something to believe in.

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OpenWork is a video series that highlights some of the world’s most inspiring and minds in business. Presented by Guerrero Media, each live interview scales great lessons that you can take back to your company and community, exposing you to inspiring stories and relevant insights from top inclusive leaders you may or may not know about.

About Joyce Rogina

Joyce Hanak Rogina serves as Vice President, Chief Privacy Officer and Associate General Counsel of Barnes & Noble Education, Inc. (NYSE: BNED), a leading solutions provider for the education industry. Ms. Rogina, a U.S. IAPP Certified Information Privacy Professional, oversees BNED’s privacy law compliance program, related strategic initiatives, and legal negotiations for complex technology transactions. She also provides legal guidance to internal teams regarding eCommerce, intellectual property, and vendor management matters as well as new business opportunities. Prior to joining BNED, Ms. Rogina spent a decade in various HQ legal and business roles at Verizon, and was previously associated with national law firm, Lowenstein Sandler LLP, in New Jersey. She spent the first eight years of her professional career in major account management and business development at Hewlett-Packard, before returning to school to receive her law degree. Ms. Rogina graduated from the University of Notre Dame (South Bend, IN) with undergraduate degrees in Computer Applications (coding) and Psychology (organizational focus), and received her Juris Doctor degree a decade later from New York University School of Law (New York, NY).

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