Board of Directors
President: Nellie Phillips
Nellie Phillips is the Records Supervisor at Bristol Bay Native Corporation, where she manages the Records and Information Management (RIM) Program. The RIM Program includes the maintenance, access, protection, and disposition of corporate and subsidiaries records throughout the BBNC enterprise. Nellie serves as a board member for Oceanside Corporation, the ANCSA Village Corporation that represents the village of Perryville. Additionally, Nellie is the current President for the Alaska Chapter of the Association for Records Managers and Administrators (ARMA).
Vice President: Randi Francis
Randi Francis is the Records and IT Analyst for Cook Inlet Housing Authority (CIHA) and its sister organization, Cook Inlet Lending Center (CILC). Randi has worked in the records and information management industry for over 10 years, with over five years of experience in the finance and housing development sector. Randi has been recognized for her abilities to implement and maintain a formal records management program, and it should be noted that she is the only member of the Records Department for CIHA/CILC. Randi is currently working on developing and implementing a records retention program for electronic records that will include electronic based workflows and approval processes in an effort to enhance business productivity and minimize the company’s carbon footprint. In her spare time, Randi likes to garden and spend time with her husband Shawn, daughter Clara, and the family dog, Lady- an Irish Wolfhound.
Treasurer: Natalie Tuday
Natalie Tuday, who is a SCR Records Technician, has worked with Bristol Bay Native Corporation (BBNC) since March 2016. Natalie specializes in BBNC shareholder records, specifically probate records. Prior to BBNC, she managed personnel files for her department at Peak Oilfield Service Company. Natalie has also previously worked for Acumen Information Services where she implemented and administered enterprise-wide document management systems that allow organizations to capture, maintain, collaborate, and destroy paper records. Natalie holds several certificates including Certified Records Management Emersion Training from Acumen Information Services, Inc., Leadership Certificate from ARMA, and NARA certificates in Vital Business Information, Electronic Records Management, and Basic Record Operations. Natalie is currently the Alaska Chapter of ARMA Treasurer, and she also serves on the State Historical Records Advisory Board.
Secretary: Ronald Robinson
Ron holds an Associates Degree in Architectural and Engineering Technology from the University of Alaska Anchorage. He was working towards a Bachelor of Technology Degree when he took a seven year detour to be an instructor in the program from which he obtained his degree. Ron is currently a Drawing Subject Matter Expert at Alyeska Pipeline Service Company. He has worked at Alyeska for 40 years primarily managing drawings and engineering technical information. Ron considers himself an average photographer and bowler.
Director Seat A: Tatyana Derevyannykh
Director Seat B: Lisa Andrus
Lisa Andrus has been employed as a Records Technician II at Bristol Bay Native Corporation since 2017. Prior to joining BBNC, Lisa worked as a Records Analyst for Acumen Information Services. During her time at Acumen, she specialized in the management of records for both Alaska Native Corporations as well as several oil and gas companies. She is passionate about applying her RM experience and expertise both within and for the state of Alaska and its people.
Director Seat C: Kate Schenker
Director Seat D: Lisa Bartgis
Lisa Bartgis has been employed with the City of Wasilla since 2014. She began her employment at the City as the Temporary Administrative Aide to the City Clerk and was hired full time in 2016. Ms. Bartgis was promoted to Executive Assistant to the Mayor in 2018 and is the Records Coordinator for the Mayor’s Office. Ms. Bartgis has been Director D for the Alaska Chapter of ARMA since 2016. Prior to her employment with the City, Ms. Bartgis was employed with Mat-Su Title Insurance Agency, spearheading a project to convert paper documentation to electronic files for archive/record keeping principles. Ms. Bartgis began her career in the legal field as a Legal Secretary for a private attorney where she was trained in Deed research; Title and Escrow; Deeds of Trust; and basic law/family law. She moved forward with her career by gaining employment with the Summers County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office as the Legal Assistant and Office Manager to both the Prosecutor and the Assistant Prosecutor. During her time at the Prosecutor’s Office she was established as the Victim-Witness Coordinator for STOP Violence Against Women Team; sat on the planning board to establish a shelter for victims of abuse and domestic violence; and was a keynote speaker at local High Schools.
Director Seat E: Katriina Timm
Katriina Timm is the Records Lead at Alyeska Pipeline Service Company. Prior to joining Alyeska, she was a consultant working on a variety of projects throughout Alaska as well as the lower 48. She graduated from Alaska Pacific University in 2006 with a Master of Science in Environmental Science and is both a Certified Records Manager as well as Certified Information Professional.