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Sabrina is the Senior Manager of Information Governance & Records at Dickstein Shapiro LLP, and has been with the firm for over 10 years. She has been an ARMA member since 2007 and recently became an active member of the board in 2012. She has served in the Records and Information Management industry for over 14 years.
She has worked extensively to ensure efficient and effective management of firm hardcopy and electronic records, in addition to implementing strategic processes for incoming and departing lateral attorneys at the firm.
Averi Roberts recently joined DLA Piper’s law firm as an Information Governance Professional in their San Francisco, CA office. She provides IG, RIM and document management consulting services for firm clients. She has over 20 years professional experience within the records and information management and document management business industries. She began her career as a subject matter expert (SME) helping develop and manage the world’s largest Medical Articles Records System (MARS) designed to populate MEDLINE at the NIH, National Library of Medicine.
As an SME, Averi has spent years working with clients implementing enterprise-wide RIM Programs and deploying electronic records management systems and document management solutions to meet industry best practices, legal and regulatory requirements. Averi’s educational background includes studying abroad in Europe and obtaining a Bachelors of Arts degree with a double major in Pre-Medicine and Business Administration from Hampshire College in Amherst , MA.
Christopher Glasper is the East Region Information Governance Manager at McDermott Will & Emery; he’s been with the Firm for over 13 years. Christopher has been an ARMA member since 2005 and recently became an active member of the Board in 2012. Christopher Glasper is responsible for the governance and matter management operations of the McDermott Will & Emery LLP offices within the East Region of the Firm wide Information Governance practice group.
Jean-Marc Dubose is the Retention Coordinator at Blank Rome LLP. He has over 10 years of experience in the field of records and information management.
Darren has been an active member of ARMA since 2004 and began his involvement with the GWDC chapter Board of Directors that same year. He has worked in the Information Management staffing and recruiting industry for more than 6 years. In 2006, Darren was the recipient of the Rita Holt Chapter Member of the Year. He has previously co-presented on Upgrading the Image of Your RIM Program. Darren graduated from Robert Morris University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.
Abdur-Rahim Briggs served as President of the Board of Directors for the Greater Washington DC Chapter from 2009 – 2010 and is currently Records Management Specialist for the Public Service Commission for the District of Columbia. He is the recipient of the Rita L. Holt Chapter Member of the Year Award.
Mr. Briggs has been a member of the GWDC Chapter and ARMA International since June 2000 and has had other leadership roles. He rejoined the Board of Directors this year where he currently serves as a Board Director. In this capacity, he manages the chapter’s website and social media platforms.
Tony Donaldson is the Regional Records Manager (East Coast) for the law firm of Hogan Lovells LLP, and is based in the Washington, D.C. office. He has over 20 years of vast experience in managing records and information for various organizations and law firms. He has vast experience in managing operations across U.S. and international offices. He has been a member of ARMA since 1994. He has served on the Board of Directors from 1998 – 2006, and most recently re-joined the Board as a Director in 2015. During his time on the Board, he served as President of the Board of Directors from 2000 – 2001 and has held various other positions on the Board and other committees.
Mark Moore recently joined Rover Records as Business Development Manager at Rover Records, a local and national records management and document destruction company, Mark works with organizations of all sizes in multiple industries to dispose, Store and protect their confidential information.
Taking the time to understand the needs of clients and gaining their trust, leads Mark to develop strategies to meet those needs in a cost-effective manner. “Clients put their trust in me to ensure their documents are securely shredded, obsolete equipment is securely disposed of and recycled, records are securely stored with easy access and documents are efficiently converted from paper to digital.”
Mark is a strategic minded sales professional that was worked with Fortune 500 companies in multiple levels of the company. A proven record of identifying and implementing cost effective solutions leading to improved operational efficiency, process, performance and results, as well as reduction of customer churn.
Mark has been a member of ARMA since 2010 and has had two terms on the GWDC ARMA Board of Directors, the first starting in 2012 through 2015, The second starting with 2017. Mark has been in records management business development for seven years. Marks educational background is a BS in Global Business Management from University of Phoenix.