With over 30 years of program, product, and business development experience, Peggy Winton is responsible for the strategic, technical, and business direction of AIIM. Peggy believes that marketing and technology are converging and moving to the forefront of the business in order to deliver the ultimate customer experience and adapt to a world that has shifted from physical to data, technology, and automation. She has applied this philosophy to a set of inbound methodologies that have resulted in significant reach and growth of the active AIIM community (now 200,000).
Winton joined AIIM in January, 2002 directly from Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), where she served as Business Developer and strategist for the Consulting Group. Prior to CSC, Winton was Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for TTM, Inc., an international firm specializing in web-based and cooperative marketing programs for tourism development. She earned a Bachelor's Degree from Randolph-Macon Woman's College and a Master's Degree from the University of Maryland.
An accomplished writer and speaker, she has authored numerous articles, as well as developed key strategic plans and presentations for the Association. Winton speaks regularly at AIIM and AIIM partner conferences on buyer trends and information-driven business processes.
- The Future of Information Management and the Rise of the Information Professional.
- It’s not Information Governance, it’s …
- Data-driven & Customer-centric Content: a recipe for engagement
- 7 Questions you Should Ask About Paper Reduction and Process Automation
- Information Age Magazine’s Annual Technology Summit
- ASAE Annual Conference
- Filebound Partner Conference
- ASG Government Customer seminar
- Xerox Channel seminar series
- Kodak Channel Conference
- QAI (now Konica Minolta) User Conference
Interested in Peggy Speaking at your Event?
Along with keynote presentations, Peggy is adept at hosting panel discussions, fireside chats, and roundtables. Let us know a little about your event and we'll contact you to discuss details.
I was impressed with all the positive energy, intellect and insight you brought to the sessions in London. I would like you to share some of that mojo with the C-Suite audience at the CIO Practicum Session at the University of Kentucky.
— Thornton May, Futurist,
I was floored by the session “Content Marketing Strategies for Success” led by Peggy. Peggy is a fantastic speaker and the inbound marketing work she and her team are doing at AIIM is off-the-charts. We all have a lot to learn from Peggy! Don’t miss her the next time she speaks.
— Dave Martin, Chief Marketing Officer, Aptify
I thought your presentations went very well. You have a good blend of professionalism and folksiness and I could tell that you were holding the attention of the large crowd.
— Christopher Ryan, formally VP of Marketing, SpringCM