Sharon Byrch is an experienced local government records and privacy manager, working for the Capital Regional District in Victoria, BC. Her mission is helping government digitize and overcome information chaos by optimizing valuable information assets as a ‘single source of managed truth’ through applied IM/ERM strategy, learning and effective partnerships.
Uta Fox, CRM, FAI is the Manager of Records and Evidence Section, Calgary Police Service. She holds a Master’s Degree from the University of Calgary, is a Certified Records Manager and in 2017, made a Fellow of ARMA International – #55. Uta represented ARMA Canada on the Canadian General Standards Board Committee that updated CAN/CGSB 72.34-2017 Electronic records and documentary evidence.
Carolyn Heald is Director, University Records Management and Chief Privacy Officer at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. She started her career as an archivist at the Archives of Ontario before moving into policy and records management. Later, she took on both privacy and records management at York University in Toronto. She holds an MA in History and a Master’s of Library Science, and is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/C) from the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
Stuart Rennie, JD, MLIS, BA (Hons.) has a Vancouver, Canada-based boutique law practice where he specializes in records management, privacy and freedom of information, law reform, public policy and information governance law. He is a member of ARMA International’s Content Editorial Board. Stuart is also an adjunct professor at the School of Library, Archival and Information Studies at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver.
Sue Rock, CRM, is owner of The Rockfiles Inc. and an operating partner of Trepanier Rock®, with a focus on ensuring records management principles are embedded into all information management solutions. She is an active supporter of ARMA. Sue influences friends and colleagues with her enthusiasm for historical content captured in ARMA’s IM journals.
Joy Rowe is the Director of Records Management Compliance for a private sector company in metro Vancouver, and she previously worked as the Records Management Archivist at Simon Fraser University. She is a graduate of the School of Library, Archival, and Information Studies at University of British Columbia. She has published articles and presented on topics such as openly-licensed training tools for records creators, accessibility and universal design, and human rights and records. She was one of six selected from an international pool to be part of the 2017-2018 New Professionals Programme of the International Council on Archives.