Our Chapter's Mission:

  • Advance records and information managementas a discipline and profession;

  • Organize and promote programs of research, education, training and networking in the profession of records and information management

  • Support the enhancement of professionalism of the member of the Chapter

  • Promote cooperative endeavors with related professional groups

Celebrating 53 years of service to the St. Louis area ARMA members since 1966

Message from the President

Our Chapter will be celebrating its 53rd anniversary in 2019-2020.  2018-2019 was a very successful year, beginning to end. 

Our 2019 Spring Conference was standing room only and we rejuvenated our educational offerings throughout the year. 

We intend to continue expanding educational programming for our members with high quality speakers and current content to address your daily needs.

Our tentative calendar of events for 2019-2020 includes:


Topic: Project Management ARMA Regional Leadership Conference



Information Governance Panel

A Day in the Life of the State Archivist before and after the rains and tornado in Jefferson City.



Tour of History Museum: Day in the Life of a Museum Archivist


No program-Enjoy time with your family



Records management in personnel related lawsuits.



A Day in the Life of the Missouri Highway Patrol: Records Manager Business Partner Presentation

Cannabis and Brownies: The impact/potential impact of Cannabis legislation and activity in Missouri and employer guidance.



Missouri Sunshine Law

The Whole Story: Selection and installation of iManage

Actively Maintaining Inactive Government Files


Spring Conference

Topics planned:

Return of the FBI, GDPR, Identity and Access Management, Cybersecurity,

Is there a Hacker in the House?



Tour of NARA



End of the Year Member Input and Installation of Officers and Awards

While the Board of Directors for the Chapter works hard in front of and behind the scenes to provide both our Chapter Membership and Friends of ARMA alike with quality educational opportunities, we still need the most important asset of the Chapter, you, to get more involved. 

If ever you have an idea for a program, would like to present yourself, serve on a committee, or if you would like to get more involved, please reach out to myself, or any Board Member, and we would love to hear from you.

Lastly, please feel free to explore our new website.  Please be patient as we roll out new features that the site provides such as blogs, newsletters, growing content on our social media accounts, smoother online program registrations, payments, and so much more!

Again, welcome home to armastl.org!

Thank you,

Rose Dunn, President, St. Louis Chapter of ARMA, Int’l.