This presentation covers the management of records within state government, especially the RIM policies created to comply with legal laws/standards. We bring you two representatives from Hawaiʻi and Oregon state agencies that can speak to their departmental responsibilities.
Core Competencies: Information Technology
Christine Shaw was appointed as interim assistant superintendent and chief information officer of the Office of Information Technology Services (OITS) on March 14, 2022. She oversees HIDOE’s information and telecommunication systems, facilities, and services of the public school system and Department-wide operations, and has served in an acting capacity since August 23, 2021.
Shaw brings eight years of experience within OITS. Prior to her appointment, she served as the executive assistant for OITS where she worked with the assistant superintendent and OITS leadership to provide support in direction, strategy, management, and operations. She previously served as interim assistant superintendent for OITS in 2015 and 2017 and also brings more than 15 years of experience in technology and data management from K-12 and higher education sectors.
Tyrene Bada, MLS, CRM (she/her/hers) has experience, education, and a passion for information governance and records management. She brings this enthusiasm every day to the City of Beaverton, where she works as a Records Management Specialist in the City Attorney’s Office. In 2013, she was hired at the city, where she assisted in the implementation of the citywide content management system. Since then, she helped to implement the new case management system for the Municipal Court & Prosecutor’s Office, and is currently helping to implement the city’s new electronic permitting system and public records request portal.
Tyrene attended her first ARMA chapter meeting for the Oregon Chapter in 2008 and she volunteered to be the chapter webmaster soon thereafter. Since then, she has been Chapter President and has been recognized as Chapter Leader of the Year in both 2010 and 2015. She is proud to have been a Chapter Advisor for the Great Northwest Region, and is now active at the international level of ARMA, where she is currently serving on the Board of Directors. Attendees of the ARMA International Annual Conference may have seen her at the State/Local Government Industry Roundtable discussion, where she has served as the facilitator at every conference since 2014.
Tyrene earned her Masters of Library Science degree with a Certificate in Archival Studies from Emporia State University in 2011, and earned her Certified Records Manager credential in 2013.
What: Informational Webinar
When: Friday, May 20, 2022 at 10 a.m. Hawaiʻi Standard Time (1 p.m. Pacific Standard Time)
Cost: Free for ARMA and Non-Members
RSVP by: Thursday, May 19, 2022