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					                       Greater Anchorage Chapter 2012 Annual Spring Conference

                                 “RIMIT! – RIM and IT Together as One!”

                                               Speaker Bios

Jennifer Winkler, City Records Manager, City of Seattle, is responsible for the development and
implementation of a City-wide Records Management Program for the City of Seattle and its 35
departments. This includes developing retention schedules for each department, establishing city-wide
policies and procedures for best records management practices, developing a vital records program,
offering files management assistance, consultation on records management issues as necessary and
developing a compliance audit component. She previously worked at the University of Washington and
King County and is a member of several records management organizations. She is the current Region
Coordinator for the Great Northwest Region of ARMA International. She has spoken locally and
nationally on a variety of records management issues.

David Fison, Document and Records Management Coordinator, ConocoPhillips-Alaska, has over 16 years
of Record Management (RM) experience. Over the last 10 years, Dave has served as the Lead RM
Instructor for ConocoPhillips Alaska directing the corporation's Alaska RM Governance Program. He
serves as the primary consultant for RM related issues in Alaska and networks with ConocoPhillips
departments around the globe, teaching and sharing Alaska’s best practices. He also manages
compliance over 26,000 boxes of data in an off-site storage.

Timothy (Ty) Carson, Associate, Crowell & Moring, LLP, Washington, D.C., is a member of the Antitrust
Group and the E-Discovery and Information Management Group. Ty's antitrust practice focuses
on counseling and representing clients in both litigations and transactions. He also has advised clients in
connection with both grand jury and civil non-merger investigations. As a member in the E-Discovery
and Information Management practice Group, Ty has counseled numerous clients on E-Discovery issues
and has negotiated with government agencies concerning the preservation, processing, and production
of electronically stored information. Ty's antitrust and E-Discovery work spans numerous industries
including aerospace, agriculture, biotechnology, health care, publishing, telecommunications, in addition
to counseling trade associations and farmer cooperatives. He has handled matters before the
Department of Justice, the Federal Trade Commission, and various state agencies.

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