RECORDS & INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
PPA Event Center
2105 Decatur St, Denver
7:30am - 5:00pm
TWO TRACKS, 16 SESSIONS:
Lori Ashley Industry Market Development Manager, Preservica
Beyond Clay Tablets: Digital Preservation Basics
Using a Proven Approach to Digital Preservation
Pat Cunningham Senior Manager, IT Policy Governance, Abbvie, Inc.
Evaluating Third Parties Holding Sensitive Information
Information Security & Data Privacy: Key Information Governance Program Elements
Susan Goodman CEO, Infoflo Consulting; former Chief Privacy Officer, City of Seattle
Smart Technology: Government & Business Meet IG, RIM, & Privacy
Randy Kahn President, Kahn Consulting
Blockchain is Way Bigger Than the Hype
Sibito Morley VP, IT Infrastructure and Operations, DaVita Kidney Care
Andrew SanAgustin Corporate Records Program Manager, Microsoft CELA
Case Studies in Change Management
Through the Looking Glass - The RIM Road Ahead
Silke Sancaktar Legal Counsel, Transactions, Newmont
GDPR and Privacy
Russ Stalters CEO, Clear Path Solutions Inc.
Creating a Culture of Information Management Excellence When the Stakes are High
Jesse Wilkins Director, Professional Development, AIIM International
Position Yourself as A Business Enabler
Panel Discussions and RIM Talks
GDPR & Privacy
Social Media & Records Management
Speakers and ARMA Fellows
One-on-One with Speakers / Ask the Experts
15 Business Partner Exhibits
SILENT AUCTION, BUSINESS PARTNER SPONSORED PRIZE DRAWINGS
NETWORKING SESSION HAPPY HOUR TO FOLLOW
$150.00 Member Ticket
For close to three years, the Mile High Denver sponsored CRA/CRM Exam Study Group has been meeting to share ideas and discuss the various parts of the Institute of Certified Records Manager’s CRA/CRM Examination. Several of our ESG candidates have graduated to Certified Records Analyst and Certified Records Manager status. You can be part of this exciting and dedicated group and enhance your professional qualifications by earning certification as a Records Analyst or a Records Manager.
Currently, the ESG meets as requested to discuss the ICRM exam parts 1 through 5. We meet in-person at the Rodolfo Gonzales Branch Library (1498 N. Irving Street) or via the Internet using UberConference. Days, times and locations are based on ESG decisions.
Su Graham, CRM, FAI, Fellow #56 of ARMA International and the recipient of the ICRM 2013 Alan Andolsen Award in Recognition of Outstanding CRM Mentorship, is the mentor for the Chapter sponsored ESG study sessions.
So far, everyone participating in the ESG has found it well worth their time and efforts. Cora Lowe, Advisor, Records and Information Management at the Caribbean Export Development Agency and an ESG remote member from Barbados writes –
” I remember when I made the decision to start studying for the CRM certification; I had no idea what to do to prepare for the exams. When Su Graham answered my call for a mentor, I knew that I was in capable hands, and I was then able to focus my energy on ensuring that I dedicate time for studying and taking the exams. The ESG support has been a life support system for me. The mentorship has provided me with the much-needed guidance from Su Graham, a true professional and committed mentor. The study material and guides also assisted greatly in preparing for the exams and the interactions with some members of the study group have been invaluable.”
If you are considering earning either your Certified Records Analyst or Certified Records Manager designations to enhance your professionalism and personal growth, to document your RIM/IG skills, and for career advancement, make the best investment possible by investing in yourself and join the Exam Study Group.
For more information and/or to join the ESG, contact Su Graham via email at Su@GrahamInfo.com or phone her at 303-887-5084.
At the conclusion of Spring Seminar, Denver ARMA will host a Silent Auction. A portion of the proceeds from the Silent Auction will benefit our Chapter Charity, the Tennyson Center for Children.
Would you like to help make the Silent Auction a success?! If you would like to donate an item for the auction, please send details of the item you are donating, and an estimated value to Ed Sturgeon.
If you plan to participate by bidding on items, please bring cash or card for payment. ARMA Denver will also be taking donations for the Chapter Charity, the Tennyson Center for Children, in addition to raising funds through the Silent Action.
R Did you know you can receive IGP and CRM Credits for attending Spring Seminar?! The Seminar is pre-approved for 5.5 IGP and 6 CRM Credits, which is another great reason to attend!
Inclement Weather Details: Denver ARMA may postpone the start of Spring Seminar two hours to allow extra time for travel in the case of snow or other inclement weather. Please look for email communications from Mile High Denver ARMA the morning of Spring Seminar to give notice of any delays.