Please Join us Thursday October 10, 2019
Get to know Miguel Vega, a long time chapter member and Operations Manager for Iron Mountain. We asked Miguel a series of questions to get to know him better…
Where do you work? What is your role with the organization?
I am the site Operations Manager for Iron Mountain Reno & Boise.
What drew you to records management/information governance originally?
I re-located to Northern Nevada and found Iron Mountain during my job search. With that, it was the move that connected me with the opportunity.
What do you like most about records management/information governance?
The process of organizing as you set up and maintain information management systems. I am an ‘organizer” by nature and enjoy that process.
What advice do you have for newcomers to our industry?
Continue to learn, stay curious and build relationships
If you could pick one theme for your organization and to turn into a book about the organization, what would it be?
Innovation – How technology transformed the information management landscape
How do you define success?
Achieving the goals one sets for themselves.
What would people be surprised to know about you?
I served in the United States Marine Corps
What is on your bucket list?
Take a trip to Australia
Do you have favorite quote?
Don’t sweat the small stuff…and it’s all small stuff.
Which one would you want most – flying cars, robot housekeepers, or moon cities?
Moon Cities; that would mean we could travel to and stay on the moon!
Get to know Brandy Ellison, the newest addition to the Chapter Board as our Treasurer. We asked Brandy a series of questions to get to know her better…
I am a native Nevadan and currently reside with my son who is a high school senior, 2 rescue dogs Clyde and Nela and a snake named Junior all of whom keep me extremely busy. I enjoy going on trips, independent films and live music. Nevada history is a major passion of mine so I’m always learning something new.
I have worked at the Washoe County Recorder’s office for about 4 years and am a Senior Deputy Recorder.
In my area specifically knowing how much our past records impact our future records and the importance of maintaining those records for decades and hopefully centuries to come.
Because the Recorder’s office has possession of records that pre-date statehood it can be quite the challenge helping customers find something in particular they may be looking for. The hunt for information is often like a treasure hunt with so many twists and turns.
On my bucket list would have to be to visit Egypt and the pyramids.
In my household it would definitely have to be robot housekeepers!
Please join us for the
2019-2020 Sierra Nevada Chapter of ARMA
September 4, 2019 at 5:30pm at the
South Valleys Library
15650 Wedge Pkwy, Reno
in the Courtside Meeting Room
Please RSVP to email@example.com by August 28, 2019.
The benefits and risks of an organization’s critical information assets are widely acknowledged, but how to harness those benefits and appropriately mitigate those risks continues to be real challenges for most organizations. There is an urgent need to ensure programs and solutions are designed to address the full life cycle of information in a comprehensive way. Where can an information professional turn for the most credible and authoritative education, solutions, and technologies? To ARMA International and ARMA InfoCon.
Please join us July 31, 2019 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm at the State Archives
100 N. Stewart Street ~ Carson City, NV 89701
For further information please contact Cynthia Laframboise at 775-684-3319 or firstname.lastname@example.org