Rafael Moscatel is an award-winning Information Governance Professional (IGP), Certified Records Manager (CRM) and Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM). He has decades of experience developing large-scale information management and digital transformation programs for Fortune 500 companies, including Paramount Pictures and Farmers Insurance. In 2015, he partnered with Stanford University and produced The Little Girl with the Big Voice, an acclaimed documentary based on historical archives and the Doctrine of Fair Use. He was honored with the Excellence for an Organization Award by ARMA International and regularly speaks at industry conferences about the evolving discipline of IG, including the AIIM Conference, BoxWorks, the International Legal Technology Association, the MER Conference, and the Document Strategy Forum. He is available for speaking engagements, consulting opportunities, and interviews.
Abby Moscatel is a California trial attorney for State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company. She combines her love for the law and passion for emerging technology by writing and presenting on ethics and admissibility of evidence related to IoT and social media. She obtained her JD from Southwestern Law School’s accelerated SCALE program and her BS in Legal Communication from Ohio University. Before law school, Abby was based in Washington, D.C., where she helped pioneer the use of the internet to mobilize students nationwide to lobby for increased access to federal financial aid. She also previously handled media relations for the Ohio Senate Democratic Caucus through the Ohio Legislative Service Commission’s fellowship program. Abby was the executive producer on Rafael’s The Little Girl with the Big Voice, assisting with the story editing, copyright licensing, and crowd-funding necessary to produce and distribute the film.
Rafael and Abby’s first careers will always be Mom and Dad. They live in Los Angeles with their beloved children and a dog named Pikachu Elsa.
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