Electronic Records Day webinar November 1st, 10 a.m. – register now

On November 01, 2023, the University of California will observe Electronic Records Day with a webinar: “Mark as Read, Managing Email Overload.”

Join systemwide experts in archives, records management, privacy, and information security, for a series of short presentations with a Q&A at 10:00am.

Event Details

UC Electronic Records Day webinar: Mark as Read, Managing Email Overload [Zoom registration]

Wednesday, November 1, 2023 10-11 am
Host: UC Records Management Committee
Speakers: Matt Stahl, UC Santa Barbara; Kelley Walker, UC San Diego; Kent Wada, UCLA; Paula Johnson, UC San Diego; and April Sather and Sajjad Matin, UC Office of the President


Matt Stahl, University Archivist, UC Santa Barbara

Matt Stahl has served as the University Archivist at the UC Santa Barbara, since 2017.  He holds a Master’s in History and a Master’s in Library Science from the University of Maryland.  Prior to joining UC Santa Barbara, he served as the Committee Archivist for the United States Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation from 2013 to 2017.  He also has a background in secondary education, having served as a middle school and high school teacher in the South Pasadena Unified School District from 2004 to 2010.

Kelley Walker, Information Governance Consultant, UC San Diego

Kelley recently transferred from UC Davis, after nearly 7 years as an Information Practices Coordinator and Records Manager. Prior to joining UC, she served in several capacities at the State of California, including stints in legal office administration and litigation support case management. Kelley has served as records custodian for departmental confidential, legal and personnel records; and has created, managed and trained end-users in various database platforms. She has several years’ of experience in records management and information governance, including the managing and disposition of departmental records and email.

Kent Wada, Chief Privacy Officer and Director, Policy and Privacy, UCLA

Designated as the campus’s first chief privacy officer, Kent addresses foundational privacy and data issues that have broad impact on the campus community, the academy, and the University mission. His office collaborates closely with other campus offices, including those with compliance authority for the protection of personal information and counterparts in the Health Sciences, to ensure that UCLA is a good steward of data. In his role as Director of Policy and Privacy in the Office of Advanced Research Computing, Kent works broadly with the campus and its data and IT governance functions to help shape the institutional agenda for technology policy issues of strategic concern. 

Other speakers

Profile photo of Paula Johnson, J.D., CRM

Paula Johnson
Director of Policy & Records Administration
UC San Diego

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April Sather
Chief Information Security Officer
UC Office of the President

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Sajjad Matin
Systemwide Cybersecurity Counsel
UC Office of the President


Jackie Diorio, CRM, lead records analyst, Information Technology Services, UC Office of the President.
Jackie DiOrio
CRM, lead records analyst
Information Technology Services
UC Office of the President