2018-2019 Program Schedule
Aloha ARMA Hawaii Members and Friends,
With all the uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, ARMA International and its chapters, including Hawaii, must find new ways of conducting its programs. As we redesign our programs to be virtual, we will find and share with you RM-related virtual events that may be of interest:
May 7, 2020 at 6 a.m. HST (12 p.m. EDT) – ARMA Northwest Region presents and ARMA Connecticut Chapter hosts Coping with COVID-19. Register here
Join ARMA Northeast Region for an open discussion with Jay Leask to discuss how we are coping in the new reality – What tools are available to us? How does IG stay relevant? We all have faced changes and challenges in recent months, and many have been forced into an abrupt shift to remote work. So, how are we all coping? How do we further our IG goals during this time? How do we stay connected? Jay Leask is a Principal Solutions Engineer for AvePoint Public Sector.
May 13 at 10 a.m. HST (4 p.m. ETD) – Access presents Legal Cage Match: Data Privacy v. eDiscovery. Register here:
It might not have the same level of thrill as a pay-per-view cage match, but John Isaza and John Montana, two lawyers and information management and governance experts are ready to duke it out in a legal discussion. A recent Law.com article that claims data privacy trumps ediscovery. One attorney believes Law.com got it right. The other disagrees. Tune in to find out which legal truth fits your business needs.
If having to show up to meetings in person has prevented you from serving as an ARMA Hawaii board member, please consider it now as we move to virtual meetings.
We are seeking nominations for the following positions for the July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021 term:
- Vice President
This is a great opportunity to gain experience, share your ideas, lead the chapter to new heights, and to make a difference in the world of Records and Information Management. Please notify me of your interest in seeking a position with the Chapter no later than May 15, 2020.
ARMA Hawaii President
Wednesday, November 14, 2018:Open Records Legislation – with Brian Black, Civil Beat Law Center for the Public Interest Accountability, integrity, compliance, availability, and transparency….these are just a few of the Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles that all ARMA members must uphold and promote throughout their careers, in order to serve the needs of their organizations and the public. Join us as we speak with Brian Black about the timely issue of open records legislation, and how emerging trends and regulations can affect the responsibilities of RIM professionals.
Wednesday, October 24, 2018: Maximize Balance – Avoid Burnout with Beth Terry, CSP What is your sanity worth to you? Are you sacrificing sleep and health to “get ahead?” What good is getting ahead if you aren’t healthy enough to enjoy it? It’s time to get yourself back into balance! Join us and let’s talk about working smarter and avoiding burning yourself out.
Please join us on: Wednesday, June 20, 2018 @ 5:30 pm Bakery & Table 938 Piikoi Street (corner of Piikoi and S. King Streets) [button
Featuring Mr. , Esq., President, Kahn Consulting – www.KahnConsultingInc.com In a “trifecta” presentation, Mr. Kahn will address three major topics in contemporary Information Governance: Information Management
March 14, 2018 –Future state of Records and Information Management…From the rear-view mirror, where we are, and looking forward down the path. The session will
September 12, 2018: Block-chain Applications for Information Management Speaker: Lim Lipyeow (University of Hawai`i) FHB Po’okela Wednesday, September 12, 2018 [wpeevent id=901]