The Records Management and Information Governance Group representatives are listed with contact details below.
Records Manager, Equality and Human Rights Commission
I completed a Masters in Archives and Records Management from Dundee University and have worked in various records management roles across several organisations. My current role is the Records Manager at the Equality and Human Rights Commission and encompasses a whole range of Information Governance responsibilities.
I previously held the role of Secretary for the Section, and have found being on the Committee to be great experience for my professional development.
Records Supervisor, LATHAM & WATKINS
I joined the Section for Records Management and Information Governance executive committee in 2016. My responsibilities as Communications Officer include coordinating the Section's newsletter and special edition of ARC Magazine. Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any news to share with Section members or are interested in writing for the Section's special edition of ARC magazine.
My current role covers all aspects of information governance and I have found the Section a great opportunity to learn and share best practice. I would highly recommend getting involved!
My previous experience includes a postgraduate in Archives and Records Management at UCL and roles at the British Film Institute, Foster + Partners, Imperial College, National Theatre, Rambert Dance Company, Royal Opera House and Victoria and Albert Museum.
Records Manager, Horniman Museum and Gardens
I completed a Masters in Archives and Records Management at University College London in 2014. I am new to the Records Management and Information Governance Committee, having taken on the Treasurer role in 2018. Previously I have held the role of Careers Officer for the Section for New Professionals Committee.
Assistant Records Manager, National Church Institutions
I recently completed by MA in Archives and Records Management at UCL and have started my first professional records management role at the Church of England. I joined the committee to meet other information professionals, learn more about how different organisations manage their records and to help guide me through my professional development.
Records Manager, Pension Protection Fund
I have seven years’ information and records management experience, with an increased focus on information security and data protection since 2017. I am originally from Perth, Western Australia where I held certified associate membership with Records and Information Management Professionals Australasia (RIMPA). I’ve been looking for a way to get more involved with the professional community in the UK, and I particularly enjoy training and education, so when the Training Officer position for the RMIG Executive Committee became available it felt like a perfect fit. My role is to help the Committee organise and run some great training events for our members. I am always keen to hear ideas, requests or feedback so please feel free to reach out to me to discuss training and events.
Project Officer (Information & Records Management), Aberdeenshire Council
I undertook an LLB (Newcastle), followed by post-grad in Information Studies (RGU). I’ve come to Records Management by a slightly circuitous route, having previously worked in a variety of roles in libraries, the DWP, and for a social care charity. I’m new to the section and to the committee, but keen to be involved.
Records Manager, Department for Transport
I have over 6 years professional experience and have worked across both Archives and Records Management.
After completing my PgDip in Archives and Records Management at the University of Liverpool, I then worked in Archives and Records Management roles in the higher education sector. My previous role was as a Corporate Records Manager for the Information and Records Management Service at the House of Lords. Currently I work in a Records Management role for the Department for Transport.
I am a former Chair of the Section for New Professionals and can highly recommend getting involved in the ARA!