April 25th, 2017 – Mile High Denver ARMA Spring Seminar – Sharpening Your RIM Toolkit

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Date(s) - 04/25/2017
7:30 am - 7:00 pm

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Denver Police Protective Association

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April 25, 2017 – Mile High Denver ARMA Spring Seminar – Sharpening Your RIM Toolkit

Price: Regular
Member $150
Guest $175
Student/Retiree $125

Register now for the 2017 Mile High Denver Spring Seminar!

Join us for an amazing event full of high quality educational sessions, great networking opportunities, and the annual Silent Auction.

Click HERE for a listing of speaker presentations.


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	<td class="column-1">Julie Colgan - Senior Director of Strategy & Innovation, DTI  </td><td class="column-2">Julie is the Senior Director of Strategy & Innovation at DTI, a global legal process outsourcing (LPO) company serving law firms and corporations around the globe. She is past president of ARMA International, has multiple industry certifications, and has more than 17 years experience as an information governance and records management practitioner and advisor.  Julie is a sought-after thought leader and speaker covering a variety of information governance topics.</td>
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	<td class="column-1">David Farris - Organizational Effectiveness Solution Architect, Slalom Consulting</td><td class="column-2">David is an Organizational Effectiveness Consultant Manager with Slalom Consulting. He has more than 20 years of experience working on large, complex projects.  David has experience working with strategy and strategic planning as a consultant, military officer and senior corporate leader.  He specializes in strategic organizational effectiveness programs related to organizational culture and design.</td>
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	<td class="column-1">Kathleen Fortenberry, CRM, is founder and principal consultant of Fortenberry & Associates, Inc</td><td class="column-2">Kathy is an experienced information strategist and assists companies and clients develop and implement procedures, methods and plans to better utilize their information.  She has over 35 years of experience in the fields of Information Governance (IG) and Records and Information Management (RIM). <br />
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	<td class="column-1">Ben Gunzenhauser - PDC Energy, Inc.</td><td class="column-2">Ben is a results-oriented professional with extensive experience in digital conversion projects, legacy data and records migration projects before, during, and after merger/acquisition and divestiture.  His maniacal attention to detail and knowledge of the energy sector makes him a strong asset in his lead role at PDC Energy. </td>
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	<td class="column-1">Nick Inglis - President, Information Coalition; Co-founder INFOGOVCON</td><td class="column-2">Nick is President of the Information Coalition, Co-Founder of The Information Governance Conference, and Founder of The Information Symposium. Inglis is the author of the AIIM SharePoint Governance Toolkit and creator of the Information Governance Model. Inglis is a contributor to U.S. News & World Report, Yahoo! Finance, and others. He gives back to the enterprise information community through his work with the Information Coalition, the Information Governance Conference, as well as both AIIM and ARMA. Previously, Mr. Inglis served as the Director of Professional Development at AIIM and was one of the youngest Assistant Vice Presidents in Bank of America's history. Inglis is the Co-Creator of the ARMA Information Governance Professional (IGP) educational course. When not adding to his collection of certificates and certifications (CIP, IGP, ERMm, Sharepoint, BPMm, E2.0m, ECMm, IMCP), he is likely spending time with his son, Conor Atom.</td>
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	<td class="column-1">Aly Jabrocki - Colorado State Archivist</td><td class="column-2">Aly is the State Archivist for the State of Colorado and Chair of the Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board (CHRAB). She obtained her BA in Art History from the University of Cincinnati (2005) and her MLIS from the University of Denver with a concentration in Archives and Records Management (2009). Prior to the State Archives, Ms. Jabrocki has worked at a number of institutions including but not limited to the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, the Redemptorists of Denver Province, the Rocky Mountain Jewish Historical Society, and the Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site. She also is a Certified Archivist and recently became a Digital Archives Specialist with the Society of American Archivists.</td>
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	<td class="column-1">Elesha Johnson - Records Manager, City of Boulder</td><td class="column-2">Elesha is currently the Records Manager for the City of Boulder.  Her 30 year Information Technology and records career has served her well within several titles and government organizations. She has worked for the Department of the Army, Department of the Navy, Department of Justice, and the Cities of Camden and Parsippany-Troy Hills in New Jersey.  She is currently is a Certified Municipal Clerk Candidate and a Certified Records Manager Candidate.<br />
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	<td class="column-1">Troy Kloberdanz - Director, Records and Information Management, Whiting Petroleum</td><td class="column-2">Troy has built and lead several organizations from a large ECM support team to an international integration practice to a software development company.  His sole focus for the past 22 years has been developing and implementing document and records management solutions.</td>
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	<td class="column-1">Jeffrey Roberts - Executive Director, Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition</td><td class="column-2">Jeffrey worked in journalism and public policy before coming to the Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition as executive director in July 2013. He was at The Denver Post from 1984-2007 as a reporter, assistant city editor and data journalism specialist on The Post’s projects team. He later spent four years at the University of Denver’s Center for Colorado’s Economic Future. Early in his career, he was a reporter at the News-Press in Fort Myers, Fla. Roberts earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill.</td>
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	<td class="column-1">John Seckman - Marijuana Enforcement Specialist, John Seckman and Associates</td><td class="column-2">John combines his experience as Executive Director and COO of LivWell Enlightened Health, one of the largest cannabis businesses in the United States, with his experience as Agent-In-Charge of the Colorado Marijuana Enforcement Division.  That along with 35+ years of senior executive experience in the private sector, both public and private, gives John a business perspective and understanding of the Cannabis business few others have.</td>
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	<td class="column-1">Judy Steele - Cannabis and Alcohol Regulatory Subject Matter Expert</td><td class="column-2">Judy is a Cannabis and Alcohol Regulatory Subject Matter Expert and provides consulting services to government agencies and industry professionals. Ms. Steele has an extensive background in government and business relations which includes experience in business licensing with the City and County of Denver and business formation filings, Uniform Commercial Code filings and Notary commissions with the State of Colorado – Secretary of State’s office. Judy was a key member in the Secretary of State’s Business Division’s transition from an all paper-based filing system to an online Web-based application process where customers are self served. She furthered her experience in business licensing with the Department of Excise and Licenses for the City and County of Denver. Judy has served as Interim Director and Deputy Director of Excise and Licenses. She was part of Denver’s Marijuana Policy team and was instrumental in implementing marijuana licensing for Denver.</td>
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	<td class="column-1">Susan J. Sullivan, CRM - Information Governance Administrator, Pitkin County, Colorado</td><td class="column-2">Susan is currently the Information Governance Administrator for the Pitkin County. She escaped to Colorado from the U.S. National Archives (NARA) where she directed the Corporate Records Management Program.  At NARA, Susan implemented Capstone email management, developed and managed the Toolkit for Managing Electronic Records, and the led NARA's shared drive cleanup initiative.  In 2010, she received the AIIM Distinguished Service Award for her contributions to the PDF/A Standard.  Susan has been managing electronic records for over 30 years.<br />
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	<td class="column-1">Jack Wylie - Legislative Liaison, Colorado Department of Personnel and Administration</td><td class="column-2">Jack is a seventh-generation of Arvada, Colorado. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Metropolitan State University of Denver. Jack served as the legislative affairs director for the Associated Students of Colorado and then served as a communications and policy staffer for the Colorado State Senate President before becoming the legislative liaison for the Department of Personnel & Administration.</td>
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	<td class="column-1">Ryan Zilm - President-Elect and Director of the Board, ARMA International; Records and Information Governance Manager, Tesoro Energy</td><td class="column-2">Ryan has been an active contributor to the Information Management profession since 1998, currently serving as the Manager, Records & Information Governance at Tesoro Companies, Inc. based in San Antonio, TX. He holds several ARMA and AIIM certificates, participated in the development of ARMA International’s Glossary of Terms, and is a Certified Records Manager. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a BA in Administrative Leadership and is currently pursuing an Executive M.B.A. from the University of Texas San Antonio. Before shifting his talents to the Records and Information Management world; Ryan worked in the Information Technology profession servicing the Energy Industry. Ryan is an ARMA Tulsa Past President, has served as the ARMA Houston Program Committee Manager, the VP of Marketing & Technology for ARMA Rio Grande and today is a Director of the Board for ARMA International. He has been awarded the distinction of Chapter Member of the Year three times and Chapter Leader of the Year twice. Ryan also served in the IGP inaugural group and is currently a CRM Part 6 mentor, grader, and presenter. Today, he continues to actively contribute his knowledge and skills in support of Global Information Management.</td>
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