Please Join us Thursday September 17th!!
Note: This event will be at Bricker & Eckler LLP
September 17th 2015
“Lessons Learned from Implementing RIM Projects!“
Presented by Pari Swift and Nate Owens
Join us on Thursday, September 17 as we kickoff the 2015-2016 season with a bang, crash, kablam, and… Lessons Learned from Implementing RIM Projects! Pari Swift and Nate Owens will be here to share their experiences and lead a roundtable discussion on this exciting topic. You don’t want to miss this! Register today!
To find out …. join us at Bricker & Eckler LLP, Downtown Columbus (see Location info below)
||Pari Swift – Senior Record Manager at the Ohio Attorney General’s Office
She is responsible for developing a sound records management program and an integral part of the document/records management system implementation team.
Prior to coming to the Attorney General’s Office, she worked at the Ohio Historical Society-State Archives for 9 years, serving as the Local Government Records Archivist and then as Assistant State Archivist. In those capacities she provided archives and records management advice and assistance to Ohio’s state agencies and local governments.
Pari attained her Certified Records Manager (CRM) designation in 2014. She has served as chair of the Ohio Electronic Records Committee, is an appointment member of the Ohio Historical Records Advisory Board (OHRAB), and President of the National Association of Government Archives and Records Administration (NAGARA). She received her BA from Wittenberg University and her Masters of Library and Information Sciences degree from the University of Pittsburgh.
||Nathan Owens – Records Analyst at the Ohio Attorney General’s Office
He is responsible for developing retention schedules, assisting with records-related issues throughout the office, and managing of the office’s document/records management system.
Nate serves as a member of the Ohio Electronic Records Committee where he works on the development of standards and guidelines. He received his BA from West Chester University, a Masters of Arts in Public History from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and a Masters of Library and Information Sciences from the University of Pittsburgh.
|Directions & Parking Information
Bricker & Eckler is located at the corner of S. Third and E. State Street (just south-east of the State House)
NOTE: Do not park in the spaces on the East side of the building. These spaces are reserved for Clients of Bricker & Eckler
There are many pay to park lots available, as well as metered parking.
The Chapter will reimburse you on the day of the meeting, up to $8 per vehicle. We know that many lots require you to leave the parking pass on the dash, so we will process the reimbursements on the honor system. When you check in with the treasurer, let her know where you parked and the associated fee.
Please see our website at http://armacolumbus.org/events/parking-bricker/ for an expanded list of parking options around this location.
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