Great Northwest Region of ARMA
2018 GNW Region Conference
by Hilton at Southcenter
16500 Southcenter Parkway
Seattle, WA 98188
John Isaza, Esq., FAI is internationally recognized in the legal fields of Information Governance (IG) and Records and Information management (RIM). He is a leading expert on electronic discovery and legal holds. He has developed IG programs for some of the most highly regulated Fortune 100 companies, including regulatory research opinions.
Information Governance & Records Management, Rimon PC
Anthony Woodward is the CTO of RecordPoint. As one of the original founders, Anthony has a vast amount of experience in the ECM features of SharePoint and the Microsoft stack. He has worked with hundreds of organizations around the world delivering compliant records management solutions. Anthony is originally from Australia but is now based in Seattle overseeing global operations and product strategy & support.
Shadrach White has managed over 300 large scale information technology deployments, as an engineer and later in executive positions. He has worked with many technologies, manufacturers, and customers from installing early versions of Novell Netware to developing business process management and document imaging solutions.
With more than 25 years of experience in information governance and records and information management (RIM) in a range of industries, Laurie Carpenter, CRM, IGP, serves as Director of RIM at the Walt Disney Co. She is a frequent facilitator on marketing RIM, developing partnerships and alliances, electronic content management systems, gamification, and records management basics. Ms. Carpenter has facilitated at the local, national and international levels.With more than 25 years of experience in information governance and records and information management (RIM) in a range of industries, Laurie Carpenter, CRM, IGP, serves as Director of RIM at the Walt Disney Co. She is a frequent facilitator on marketing RIM, developing partnerships and alliances, electronic content management systems, gamification, and records management basics. Ms. Carpenter has facilitated at the local, national and international levels.
Director RIM, The Walt Disney Company
Ginger Armbruster, Chief Privacy Officer
I currently serve as the City of Seattle’s Chief Privacy Officer. I lead a team of privacy specialists in the execution of the City’s Privacy Program, which takes a principles-based approach to the City’s management of the public’s personal and sensitive information. Prior to this role, I worked for Microsoft as the Senior Privacy Manager for the Office marketing team, on an international team of privacy and legal specialists to resolve privacy issues associated with multi-million-dollar marketing initiatives.
I completed my undergraduate degree in Political Science from Barnard College, Columbia University in New York City. As a recipient of the National Science Foundation’s Scholarship for Service Program, I earned my Master’s degree in Infrastructure Planning and Management from the University of Washington in 2013, focusing on cybersecurity issues related to critical infrastructure.
City of Seattle
David Doyle, Open Data Manager
David Doyle is the Open Data Manager at the City of Seattle, where he oversees the implementation of the City’s Open Data Policy and the development of the City’s Open Data platform (https://data.seattle.gov). His work also involves engaging with the public to increase awareness of the City’s open data, as well as how those data can provide value for all sections of our community. Prior to moving to the City of Seattle in September 2016, he had an 18 year career at Microsoft where he managed software engineering and data science teams within the Operating Systems division. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Sciences (Computer Science & Physics) (Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland) and Master’s degrees in Technology Management (University College Dublin, Ireland) and Policy Studies (UW Bothell).
City of Seattle
Danelle Court started at the City of Bellevue as a Public Records Analyst six years ago, and is currently the Records Management Program Manager. The majority of Danelle’s public records career has been in the local government sector, namely King County and City of Bellevue, with a brief stint at the federal level at NARA as an intern. As the Records Management Program Manager Danelle oversees the implementation and monitoring of RCW 40.14 Preservation and Destruction of Public Records, which includes oversight of the Records Management Program and the Enterprise Content Management Program (ECM).
Danelle began her career in records management after completing her master’s degree from the Western Washington University history program in archives and records management.
Records Management Program Manager, City of Bellevue
Suzanne received her master's degree from the University of Washington Information School in library and information science in 2015 and has worked for the City of Bellevue since 2014. As a Public Records Analyst, she supports the Records Management Program and the Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Program. Before working for the City of Bellevue, Suzanne worked in records for 11 years - at a record store in Seattle.
Public Records Analyst, City of Bellevue
Greg Mennegar has over 30 years of experience in the Electronic Content Management (ECM) industry. His history includes management of the Imaging program for the Washington State Archives, operations management of one of the largest Computer Output Microfilm (COM) service bureaus in the USA, and extensive sales and consulting experience recommending and implementing ECM and Business Process Optimization (BPO) solutions.
Senior Vice President Sales, Spectrum Information Services NW
John Honeycutt had over thirty years of experience in the Microsoft technology ecosystem and serves as an EDRMS engagement manager for ShareSquared.
Chief Strategist, ShareSquared Inc.
Robert Johnson is CEO and founder of NAID, the industry watchdog for the secure information destruction industry. He has testified before the United States Senate and the Canadian Parliament on the importance of secure information disposal. He is considered a leading authority on the topics of secure disposal, and data protection regulations, policy development and compliance. He authored the textbook Information Disposition: A Practical Guide to the Secure and Compliant Disposal of Records, Media and I.T. Assets, which is the only book dedicated to this subject, and he will soon be a guest lecturer at Arizona State University.
Leslie Turner CRM ERMP IGP
Leslie Turner has been in the field of records and information for decades, and self-proclaimed "records goddess". Prior to her present position as Public Records Administration Consultant for FreeDoc, she worked for over a decade for Washington State Archives with a focus on digital records and was the lead for the Archives for the stakeholder group that proposed and brought to life the statewide contract for ECM systems. Prior to the Archives, she worked as the Department of Ecology as both a records manager and public disclosure coordinator for their SW Regional Office. Been there, done that too!
Public Records Administration Consultant
Rachel Price is the director of Moving Image Preservation of Puget Sound. She completed an M.A. in Moving Image Archive Studies from UCLA in 2009. Prior to entering the program, she was the project lead for an access and digitization project of the film collection at the Seattle Municipal Archives, where she had previously volunteered. She was a DJ at community radio and Pacifica affiliate KBCS-FM for 14 years. She produced a series of animated shorts about seabirds, which screened at festivals worldwide, and is a producer for an upcoming documentary about taxidermy.
Executive Director, Moving Image Preservation of Puget Sound
Paul is the Presales and Delivery Lead for RecordPoint in North America. He has established a successful career in information and records management by delivering innovative and modern solutions for customers around the world. Paul has a proven track record delivering complex, high-value projects for state and local governments, as well as the mining and oil and gas industries.
Pre Sales and Delivery Lead
With more than 20 years of progressive roles in both Information Management (IM) and Information Technology (IT), Nina possesses valuable knowledge and experience related to the planning, design, and on-going management of Electronic Document and Records Management Solutions (EDRMS). Her broad and diverse experience has provided her with a well-founded understanding of current technologies, guidelines, standards, and compliance issues as they relate to EDRMS.
Senior Enterprise Content Management Consultant, StoneShare