ARMA President Ilona Koti is the special guest speaker in March.
Topic: Changing the Paradigm for Information Professionals
While career development is a significant concern for information professionals, more strategic action needs to be taken beyond individual roles in individual organizations and a focus placed on advancing the profession at the industry level. This presentation places an emphasis on shifting the role of a records manager to an information governance professional, why the paradigm shift needs to happen, and provides insights on how ARMA chapters and its members can engage in their local communities to collectively move the profession forward.
Presented by Ilona Koti, MLS, MS IM, CRM, PMP, CDIA+, President of ARMA International. Ilona N. Koti is a former foreign diplomat and subject matter expert with 20+ years in information governance & libraries and has extensive knowledge of privacy, data breaches, technology and records related issues. She excels in multi-million dollar electronic document management system implementations, policy & procedure revisions and information governance program development with past global clients in IT, bio-tech, oil & gas, energy, manufacturing and government. Ilona is also a Certified Records Manager (CRM), Certified Project Manager (PMP), Certified Document and Image Architect (CDIA+), Certified Coach & Trainer (CC) and has a Masters of Library Science and Masters of Information Management from Syracuse University. Ilona is a Fellow of the Institute of Information Management Africa, a teaching fellow at the University of Dundee in Scotland for Electronic Records Management, a past Director for the California Historical Records Advisory Board, and is the President of ARMA International. As a keynote speaker and published writer, Ilona is a recognized leader and founder of the information governance profession. Lunch is provided. Refund available up to 48 hours prior to the start of the meeting. TICKETS $15.00 Member Ticket $15.00 Guest Ticket