Eileen Reader, President
Eileen has been involved in records for over 30 years and is currently the Central Records Supervisor for Morgan Lewis Bockius, LLP.. She has been a member of ARMA and the Liberty Bell Chapter since 1994. She has held all positions from Director to President and is currently the Vice President of the Chapter. Eileen believes that good records management goes hand in hand with good information governance, and together they are a cornerstone of good business practice.
Raymond Davis, Treasurer
Ray has been in the Information Management profession for over 25 years. Ray managed the Strategic Sourcing Operations for a financial services organization headquartered in New Jersey and their IM Program from its early beginnings of an in-house program servicing 28 locations in 4 states in 1991, to what became a fully outsourced program servicing 1,200 locations from Maine to Florida.
Ray is the current President of the Liberty Bell Chapter of ARMA and has been a member of the chapter since 1991. During his time in the profession, Ray has held Board positions on the ARMA International Education Foundation and the ARMA Mid-Atlantic Region Team.
Suzanne DiCicco, Director
Suzanne is currently working as the Director of Information Governance at SEI Investments, a fintech firm in Oaks, PA. In her current role, Suzanne is responsible for building and maintaining a formal Information Governance (IG) program, which includes creating policies for protecting, valuing, classifying, storing and archiving/purging all information assets across the enterprise. Suzanne has been working in the Financial Services industry in various technology leadership roles for over 20 years. Suzanne currently holds IGP (Information Governance Professional) and ISO 27001 Lead Implementer certifications.
Dan Quinn, Vice President
Dan Quinn has been in the Information Management industry for over 35 years. Dan began his illustrious career as an operations manager for Pierce Leahy and eventually that led him to General Manager and Sales Executive positions. Dan has worked in various RIM positions for Fortune 500 companies, as well as the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. Dan was Vice President for a National RIM company where he increased sales by over 500% over a five-year period through a consultative records management approach for the healthcare industry. Presently Dan provides consulting to many commercial records centers for sales and training.
Christopher Michael, Secretary
Chris is a consultant for Paragon in their Information Governance practice. Chris has worked on a variety of digital archiving, records management, and information governance engagements within the life sciences industry. He has been on the Board of Directors for the chapter since Nov. 2014 and is currently the Membership Committee Chair and Treasurer. Chris holds a BA in English and History from Ursinus College and earned his MLIS (Master of Library and Information Science) with a concentration in Archival Studies from Drexel University.
Maria Efstratiades, Director
Maria Efstratiades is the Director of the Office of Archives and Records Management for the County of Camden. She designs and implements all aspects of the records management program for the Camden County Departments and other inter-governmental agencies. Maria has centralized records management programs by leveraging technology for county-wide access to information across all platforms.
Maria holds a Bachelor of Science degree and Masters of Business Administration degree from Drexel University. She also received the AIIM Electronic Record Management (ERM) Specialist and Master Certificate Programs, and the AIIM Email Management (EMM) Practitioner Certificate Program.
Jonathan Schieber, Director
Having spent a decade as eDiscovery counsel at a top 5 nationwide law firm, Jonathan has an intimate understand of the pitfalls, risks and costs associated with passive, poor and inconsistent information governance. Jonathan is now a Principal Consultant for Governance, Risk & Compliance at Ricoh. In this role he leverages the understanding gained from his role as eDiscovery counsel to design and plan strategies, workflows, environments and systems that ensure that his clients proactively manage their data to gain insight from, knowledge of, savings on, accessibility to and control over it.
Richard Slawter, Director
Rich’s experience in Records Information Management, Information Governance, and eDiscovery has been with Innovative Development for seven years. His responsibilities include consulting on records management through the entire EDRM model and demonstrating how the disciplines now integrate into a complete process. Besides working in the commercial markets in life sciences and pharmaceuticals, his focus is on various federal, state, and local government agencies primarily in the northeast corridor. Rich holds a B.S. degree in Business Administration from Drexel University.