Kick off a new season of learning and sharing knowledge with the Greater Cincinnati ARMA Chapter by attending the first meeting on Tuesday, September 13, 2011. Our presentation topic is…. Can We Talk? The Importance of Social Media, Networking, and Discussion Groups to RIM professionals. Please take time and invite members of your IT Team or other members of your organization you think this topic may impact.
This session examines the importance of understanding the current environment of social media, building a professional network and using myriad of tools available to help you.
Presented by: Ace Romar,
Director, Business Resilience Department –
New York Life Insurance Company
In today’s fast paced and constantly changing work environment it is impossible for RIM professionals to know everything about the issues, challenges and technology that impact RIM and the organization. To be successful and responsive to the organization’s needs, RIM professionals need to build a network of experts, peers, seasoned practitioners, and others. This session examines the importance of understanding the current environment of social media, building a professional network and using the myriad of tools available to help you.
Ace Romar is the Director, Business Resilience Department – Records Management at New York Life Insurance Company. He is the author of Tech Tidbits for the ARMA Metro – New York City chapter’s newsletter, Exchange, which has received critical acclaim. Ace coordinates and leads New York Life’s RIM Roundtable discussion group of diverse professionals from insurance and investment companies nationwide. Ace also leads local groups from the New York City/Tri-State area and other grassroots groups into the information age to advance charitable and notable causes and has directed multi-media productions and community outreach projects. Ace is the new VP – Special Events on the ARMA Metro NYC Chapter’s Board of Directors. Ace’s previous career stints have been in advertising and marketing, investment banking and investments industries through the dawn of the digital age and world wide web era.
Ace graduated with honors and was the youngest to receive both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Rutgers University’s Joint-Degree Program with Business Organizational Theory and Statistics, and Sociology and Criminal Justice concentrations.
The meeting will be held at the Cincinnati Insurance Companies, 6200 South Gilmore Road, Cincinnati, OH. It includes lunch and starts at 11:30 a.m. The charge is $15 for members, $20 for nonmembers, and $10 for students. If you wish to attend, please make a reservation with Kay Swisshelm (Kay_Swisshelm@cinfin.com <mailto:Kay_Swisshelm@cinfin.com> ), 513-870-2000, X4777, by Thursday, September 8th.
DIRECTIONS: From I-71 and from I-75 – Take exit for I-275 westbound to exit 39, Fairfield/Forest Park. Bass Pro Shop is in the mall on the right side. Pass the mall to signal light. Cincinnati Insurance is the tallest building on the same side as the mall. The sign in front of the building reads Cincinnati Financial Corporation. Visitor parking is in front of the building.
Linda C. Erwin, Program Chair
Greater Cincinnati Chapter of ARMA