by Marcia Spicer
Last month, we celebrated the conclusion of the 2021-2022 season of ARMA St. Louis’s programming. The local chapter of the Association of Records Managers and Administrators, along with the nationwide organization, is made of records management professionals, working in industries as varied as electricity, finance, archives, and—you guessed it—digitization.
For the last year, we’ve been privileged to be a part of the organization as attendees, members, and even a board member. We’ve enjoyed learning about records management practices for organizations across the St. Louis area, including the St. Louis Zoo, the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, and Lambert Airport.
At our season-ending meeting, Anderson Archival was honored with two attendance awards (our team members love to learn) and a special thank-you to Anderson Archival Co-Principal Mark Anderson for financial support of the organization. I got to share “Why I Do What I Do” alongside other members.
Are you in records management or an adjacent field and want to be a part of this active chapter? Check out ARMA St. Louis on social media or the chapter website. The ‘22-‘23 season is full of impactful, interesting, and informative programming, including an appearance by local conservator and friend of Anderson Archival, Noah Smutz.
And if you’re ready to embark on a digitization project with a team experienced in records management, send me an email using the button below. We’re always looking for new challenges and pieces of history to bring to light.