ARMA International appoints Neal Schubert as Outside Director
The company's board of directors has appointed Ankura Consulting Group senior director Neal Schubert as the new outside director.
The ARMA BOD selected Schubert to offer an outside perspective to board discussions and to provide board governance and general business oversight as well as guidance in strategic planning.
"Neal has led and managed various functional teams of highly skilled professionals throughout a multitude of environments, producing qualitative and quantifiable results and the ARMA Board and our entire staff are excited to have the opportunity to work with him," ARMA International executive director Nathan Hughes says.
"We look forward to gaining insight from Neal's expertise and the valuable outside perspective he will bring to the group as we continue to move our organisation forward."
Neal Schubert is based out of Washington, DC and is a versatile professional with over a decade of proven leadership and military service. Schubert has expertise in cybersecurity, operations, intelligence, security, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), and Risk Management Framework (RMF).
Prior to joining Ankura, Schubert served as a cybersecurity manager for a global enterprise at a joint command in the Department of Defense, leading experts in accreditation, authorisations, Security Orchestration Automation Response (SOAR), and cloud computing solutions.
Throughout his career, Neal has worked across three continents and cyberspaces with a plethora of Joint, Interagency, Interoperable, and Multinational partners shaping National Strategic goals and objectives. As a result, Schubert leverages his diverse advisory experiences to synergise organisational efforts to produce effective solutions.
"I am extremely humbled to join this extraordinary group of professionals and this innovative organisation," Schubert says.
"I look forward to serving and supporting our ARMA members. This is an exciting time to synergise information management efforts while aligning with the constantly expanding digital era."