In this short episode we’ll introduce you to our new host, Megan Phee. We are excited to have her take over as the voice of our podcast as she interviews thought leaders, shares her expertise, and carries on the GRC & Me mission. While the podcast may sound a bit different, in most ways the podcast will remain the same: expect stories and lessons that rarely get discussed or celebrated from the world of GRC.
- [00:22] A new taste of the podcast
- [00:26] Meet our new host
- [00:55] What to expect moving forward
HOST MEGAN PHEE: Hi, there, my name is Megan Phee and this is a quick special announcement for GRC and Me. If you are tuning in for the first time, welcome. And if you're already a dedicated listener, well the podcast may sound a little different, because I'll be your new host. So, in some ways this hosting gig is a perfect blend between my background and education and my current job of head of strategic alliances at LogicGate.
I studied broadcast journalism back in school and I've always been fascinated by the field. However, my career led me down the path to risk and compliance, and I'm guessing many of you have taken a winding path to your own roles within risk and compliance. But I couldn't be more excited to bring the two together and I can't wait to see where this podcast takes us.
In most ways, the podcast will remain the same. Our goal is still to consist of interviews with thought leaders in GRC. Discussing everything from methodologies and frameworks to hot-topics and cultural nuances. So, with that mission in mind, we will look to share stories and lessons that rarely get discussed or celebrated, helping you to drive change.
So think of this podcast is a dynamic medium for discussing pertinent topics, shaping your increasingly important responsibility and complicated endeavors. So, please continue to tune in each episode to learn why GRC is so critical to the future of any organization, where the industry has been, where it's going. So, until next time, this is Megan Phee, with GRC and Me.