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#48 Elizabeth Buchanan | Chief Commercial Offer @ Rokt

WIN/WIN: Women in Innovation

WIN: Women in Innovation is proud to partner with Rokt, an e-commerce marketing technology company to feature Elizabeth Buchanan, Chief Commercial Officer. In today’s conversation Elizabeth shares how her advertising background played into re-imagining the digital experience of e-commerce. She discusses the way she’s been pivotal in scaling the company across multiple continents and throughout the market and the way gender has been embedded into each step. Listen for advice on: Implementing systemic gender and racial pay equality in the workplaceThe aspects of e-commerce that are most ripe for growthResources in getting started joining a board of directorsHow companies can maximize the value of each transactionLearn more:Elizabeth Buchanan (Guest): https://www.linkedin.com/in/elizbuchanan/Zoia Kozakov (Host): https://www.linkedin.com/in/zoia-kozakov/About WIN: Women in Innovation: https://www.womenininnovation.co See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

35mins

19 Jul 2021

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Sea Control 244 – Establishing an Arctic Security Institution with Dr. Elizabeth Buchanan and Troy Bouffard

Sea Control - CIMSEC

By Jon Frerichs Dr. Liz Buchanan rejoins the podcast alongside Troy Bouffard to discuss NATO, NORTHCOM, and NORAD’s differing roles in the Arctic and the challenge of establishing an Arctic security institution. Download Sea Control 244 – Establishing an Arctic Security Institution with Dr. Elizabeth Buchanan and Troy Bouffard Links 1. “Establishing an Arctic Security … Continue reading Sea Control 244 – Establishing an Arctic Security Institution with Dr. Elizabeth Buchanan and Troy Bouffard →

25 Apr 2021

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Sea Control 244 - Establishing an Arctic Security Institution with Dr. Elizabeth Buchanan and Troy Bouffard

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Links1. "Establishing an Arctic Security Institution," by Troy Bouffard and Elizabeth Buchanan, The Strategy Bridge March 3, 2020.  

39mins

25 Apr 2021

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Sea Control 191 – The Arctic with Dr. Elizabeth Buchanan and Katie Burkhart

Sea Control - CIMSEC

By Jared Samuelson Dr. Elizabeth Buchanan and Katie Burkhart join the podcast to discuss a wide range of Arctic issues, including Russian and Chinese activity in the Arctic, the Arctic Council, Russia’s 2035 policy document, the Northern Sea Route, and increased NATO activity in the Arctic. Download Sea Control 191 – The Arctic with Dr. … Continue reading Sea Control 191 – The Arctic with Dr. Elizabeth Buchanan and Katie Burkhart →

26 Jul 2020

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Sea Control 191 - The Arctic with Dr. Elizabeth Buchanan and Katie Burkhart

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Links1. "What’s at Stake With Rising Competition in the Arctic?" by Brian Sittlow, Council on Foreign Relations, May 1, 20202. "The United States Must Defend Open Seas in the Arctic," by Jerry Hendrix, The National Review, May 13, 20203. "Why NATO Needs a Standing Maritime Group in the Arctic," by Colin Barnard, CIMSEC, May 15, 20204. "The U.S. Navy Returns to an Increasingly Militarized Arctic," by David Larter, Defense News, May 12, 20205. "Russia’s New Arctic Policy Document Signals Continuity Rather Than Change," by  Ekaterina Klimenko, SIPRI, April 6, 20206. "The Overhaul of Russian Strategic Planning for the Arctic Zone to 2035," by Elizabeth Buchanan, NATO Defense College, May 19, 20207. "Developing Security in a White Water World: Preparing for the Arctic," by Ian Birdwell, CIMSEC, June 10, 20208. "Presidential Memorandum on Icebreaking," the White House, June 9, 2020

42mins

26 Jul 2020

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Alabama's Morning News with JT

Keep it clean! Elizabeth Buchanan has some tips on what to disinfect right now to stay safe.

5mins

24 Apr 2020

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Dr. Elizabeth Buchanan: Internet Research Ethics through the Lens of History

More than Meets the IRB: A joint initiative of Washington University in St. Louis and PRIM&R

This episode of More than Meets the IRB takes us back to the early days of the internet, internet research, and internet research ethics. The advent of this powerful tool presented a new kind of challenge for IRBs, who must figure out whether and how the existing bioethics research principles apply in online spaces.Elizabeth Buchanan, PhD, currently serves as the acting director for the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs at the University of Wisconsin-Stout.Dr. Buchanan sorts internet research ethics into three broad phases reflecting technological and cultural shifts, each of which demanded that the field flexibly adapt to new ethical issues and considerations.The first phase marks a period starting from mid 1990s to around the year 2005 when internet research was in its early stages.Between 2005 and 2010 came the proliferation of social media, and its extensive use demanded a readjustment and reevaluation of internet research.Beginning around 2010, internet research ethics has come to focus substantially on big data analytics, a cross-disciplinary tool as powerful as it is fraught with ethical problems.Dr. Buchanan then explores the problem of privacy. Are there new ethical issues? Or are they still largely the same? Are we asking the right questions? How does privacy considered in the non-internet realm translate conceptually to digital spaces?In closing, Dr. Buchanan advocates for bold inter-disciplinary work to take advantage of the changing landscapes around internet research. Dr. Elizabeth Buchanan currently serves as the endowed chair in ethics and director at the Center for Applied Ethics at the University of Wisconsin-Stout.Dr. Buchanan sorts internet research ethics into three broad phases, which reflect technological and cultural shifts that have demanded that the field flexibly adopt its considerations of the relevant ethical issues. The first phase marks a period starting from mid 1990s to around the year 2005. Internet research was in its early stages. Between 2005 and 2010 came the proliferation of social media, whose extensive use demanded a readjustment and reevaluation of internet research. Beginning around 2010, internet research ethics has come to focus substantially on is big data analytics, a cross-disciplinary tool as powerful as it is fraught with ethical problems.Then, Dr. Buchanan explores the problem of privacy. Are there new ethical issues? Or are they still largely the same? Are we asking the right questions? How does privacy considered in the non-internet realm translate conceptually to digital spaces?In closing, Dr. Buchanan advocates for bold inter-disciplinary work to take advantage of the changing landscapes around internet research.

17mins

10 Oct 2017