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Friday, August 17 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
505 - It's Mine and YOU Can't Have It

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Panelists focus on how to approach those people in every organization who do not want to give up physical custody/ownership of records. We present conversations designed to convince reluctant record holders to follow organizational policy, methods to alleviate tension and diffuse the situation when tempers rise, and strategies to communicate the value of transparency in an organization's records management program. The goal is simple: Get records to the right location! Moderator: Tracy LS Jolivette

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Kristina Shaarda

Contact Representative/Records Manager, Bureau of Land Management - Winnemucca District Office
I retired from the Army after 20 years of mostly logistics work. I have a Bachelors Degree in Health Science with a depth in wellness and currently work at the BLM as the Contact Representative/Records Manager/Accounting Tech. I have a unique perspective on records from my time in... Read More →


Hillary Gatlin

Records Manager, Duke University
Oversees Duke University's records management program. She received a MLIS from the University of Pittsburgh. Previously worked as a records management specialist at George Mason University and as the University Records Manager at Michigan State University.

Mandy Jennings

Archivist/Historian, Nationwide Insurance
I have a MA in Public History from Wright State University and a BA in Anthropology from Ohio University. For the last 11 years, I have been an archivist and historian at Nationwide Insurance in Columbus, Oh. I manage the new accessions, research, and exhibit design activities for... Read More →
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Ryan Leimkuehler

University Records Manager, Kansas State University
Ryan Leimkuehler has an MLIS with an emphasis in archival practice and an MA in History. He has expertise in management government and university records, as well as administering training in records management.

Joanna Rios

Records Manager, University Archives, Columbia Univeristy
Joanna Rios is the Records Manager at the Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University. She has a MLIS with a Certificate in Archives, Records Management & Preservation from Queens College and the SAA's Digital Archives Specialist (DAS) Certificate.

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Tracy LS Jolivette

Records Administrator, Bureau of Land Management, Washington DC Office
After a career in science education, I worked as a graduate asst. in Texas Woman's University's library to earn a MLIS with coursework in digital preservation. Currently the Records Administrator in BLM's Washington Office, while continuing to explore digital curation and preserv... Read More →

Friday August 17, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT
Washington 2, [Exhibition Level]