Overview

June 11
10AM PT, 1PM ET

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In the new hybrid work environment, your teams need to be able to create and collaborate no matter where they are. Whether your employees are in-office, at home, or joining from anywhere else, your organization depends on their ability to work together thoughtfully, efficiently, and seamlessly.

One important way to supercharge collaboration is integrating your organization’s Microsoft suite with the power of Adobe solutions. Discover how Adobe Sign and other productivity solutions integrate natively into Microsoft tools that you already have, including e-signatures, app creation, security and tracking, and much more!

Join us June 11th at 10am PT for a virtual event on how integrating your existing Microsoft with Adobe solutions can take your teams’ collaboration to the next level. This special webinar will include:

  • Success stories from your state and local government peers about how they used Microsoft + Adobe to optimize workflows and transform processes
  • How your dispersed teams can create, edit, sign and collaborate on secure PDFs from within Microsoft 365 apps
  • Adding security and tracking to your documents in Teams with Adobe Sign
  • Improving the constituent and employee experience with an intuitive and accessible digital tools from any device
  • Discovering Live Sign – adding e-signatures to your face-to-face meeting in Teams

Speakers

Phil Bertolini

Phil Bertolini — Moderator

Vice President, Center for Digital Government

Phil Bertolini is the Vice President of the Center for Digital Government (CDG), a national research and advisory institute on information technology policies and best practices in state and local government. Previously, he served as deputy county executive and CIO for Oakland County, Michigan.
During his 31-year tenure, Phil built a world-class IT organization in the second-largest county in Michigan, just north of Detroit. As Oakland County CIO, he oversaw more than 150 employees serving over 1.2 million residents. In 2005, he was also promoted to deputy county executive, holding dual positions until his retirement.

Phil’s efforts earned the county national attention, winning numerous awards for technology innovation and excellence. He was named one of Governing Magazine’s Public Official of the Year and Government Technology Magazine’s Top 25 Doers, Dreamers & Drivers. He was also honored by the President Obama White House as a Champion of Change for 2012.

Nadia Hansen

Nadia Hansen

CIO, Clark County, NV

Nadia Hansen is the Chief Information Officer (CIO) for Clark County, in Las Vegas NV. Clark County is an $8 billion public enterprise, the nation’s 11th-largest county providing extensive regional services to more than 2.4 million citizens and 45.6 million visitors a year. As the leader of the IT function at Clark County, Nadia is responsible for delivering all information technology to 10,000 employees across 140+ locations in Southern Nevada. Nadia has more than 20 years of experience leading and developing technology functions for large organizations and startups. Nadia serves as an advisory board member for several gov tech organizations. Nadia ensures that the IT organization is "reimagining citizen services" - by leading the way in platforms, cloud supported applications, digitizing business services, and data analytics. Prior to her current role, Nadia has held many leadership and technology roles across casino gaming, IT consulting, and business intelligence verticals. Nadia earned a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Nevada Las Vegas and an Executive MBA from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) Anderson.

Kim Nelson

Kim Nelson

Executive Director State & Local Government Solutions, Microsoft

Kimberly Nelson joined Microsoft Corporation in 2006 and now serves as Executive Director of the U.S. Public Sector’s State and Local Government Solutions team. In this capacity, she leads a team of subject matter experts covering Justice and Public Safety, Health and Human Services and Modern Government. Her role also includes serving as the U.S. CityNext Lead and working in collaboration with Microsoft’s vast partner ecosystem to develop repeatable solutions that will ensure the predictable delivery of improved online services while helping to reduce the cost, risk and deployment time associated with sophisticated systems.

Prior to joining Microsoft Ms. Nelson served in management and executive roles in both state and federal government. Her last government role was Assistant Administrator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency where she was responsible for environmental information policy, collection and dissemination.

Prior to Ms. Nelson’s federal service, she served as Executive Deputy Secretary, Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection with responsibility for Policy, Communications and Operations. During here fourteen years in DEP she served in several staff and management roles before being appointed the first Chief Information Officer for the department.

Other roles in state government included serving as Executive Assistant to the Secretary of Aging and the Chairman of the PUC as well as legislative assistance to a state Senator.

Ms. Nelson has a bachelor’s degree in Political Science (Shippensburg University) and a master’s degree in Public Administration (University of Pennsylvania).

Steve Saman

Steve Saman

Digital Media Solution Consultant for Public Sector, Adobe

Steve Saman is a Digital Media Solution Consultant for Public Sector specializing in Electronic & Digital Signatures. Steve is responsible for helping Government customers modernize their business processes by moving away from paper based workflows to Automated, Digital workflows. Prior to his current role as a Solution Consultant Steve was a Strategic Client Success Manager at Adobe.