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Christine Gergich

Supervisor and Appellate Court Records Officer

Superior Courts Judiciary

Superior Courts Judiciary

Background Information

Employment History

Alumni Board
SLAIS

President
Archives Association of British Columbia

Records Analyst
Law Society of British Columbia

Corporate Information Analyst III
ICBC

Affiliations

Various Other Committees
Wilfrid Laurier University

Education



School of Library

Honours Arts degree
Anthropology
Wilfrid Laurier University

undergraduate degree

Wilfrid Laurier University

Web References (11 Total References)


Christine Gergich | UBC Arts Co-op Program

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This is Christine Gergich's reflection on the path that has brought her to her current position as Records Analyst at the Law Society of BC. As a SLAIS Co-op Alumni who thoroughly enjoyed the program, she says, "Both of my work terms allowed me to gain invaluable practical experience in the records and information management field. I developed an awareness and expertise in the field, which was an important marketing tool for me in job interviews and one of the reasons I was hired at the Law Society."
For her first work term, Christine was employed as a Records Analyst with the City of Vancouver. She considers being able to work with an incredibly supportive crew of staff, archivists, and students one of her most memorable experiences. The valuable technical skills she gained from working with the City's collections database and being able to develop a communications plan for her retention and disposition project are also experiences she had the chance to enjoy.
Christine decided to do a second work term because of the opportunity to work as an Assistant at the Resource Centre for the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games (VANOC). This position provided opportunities to work with trained project planners and a chance to work with a custom Electronic Document Management System (EDMS). She was also able to lead training sessions on computer security and VANOC's EDMS.
While employed with VANOC, Christine also continued working towards achieving her degree by taking ARST 575D: Issues in the Management of Current Records. This course was one example of how she was able to find further connections between her studies, her co-op terms, and her current career:
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The advice Christine provides to current SLAIS Co-op students is, "Be aware and take opportunities presented to you, have initiative, always be professional, and keep up to date on developments in your field."


Christine Gergich | UBC Arts Co-op Program

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» Home»student profile» Christine Gergich

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Christine Gergich
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This is Christine Gergich's reflection on the path that has brought her to her current position as Records Analyst at the Law Society of BC. As a SLAIS Co-op Alumni who thoroughly enjoyed the program, she says, "Both of my work terms allowed me to gain invaluable practical experience in the records and information management field. I developed an awareness and expertise in the field, which was an important marketing tool for me in job interviews and one of the reasons I was hired at the Law Society."
For her first work term, Christine was employed as a Records Analyst with the City of Vancouver. She considers being able to work with an incredibly supportive crew of staff, archivists, and students one of her most memorable experiences. The valuable technical skills she gained from working with the City's collections database and being able to develop a communications plan for her retention and disposition project are also experiences she had the chance to enjoy.
Christine decided to do a second work term because of the opportunity to work as an Assistant at the Resource Centre for the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games (VANOC). This position provided opportunities to work with trained project planners and a chance to work with a custom Electronic Document Management System (EDMS). She was also able to lead training sessions on computer security and VANOC's EDMS.
While employed with VANOC, Christine also continued working towards achieving her degree by taking ARST 575D: Issues in the Management of Current Records. This course was one example of how she was able to find further connections between her studies, her co-op terms, and her current career:
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The advice Christine provides to current SLAIS Co-op students is, "Be aware and take opportunities presented to you, have initiative, always be professional, and keep up to date on developments in your field."


Christine ...

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Christine Gergich

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Christine Gergich graduated from the School of Library, Archival and Information Studies with her Master of Archival Studies degree in 2007. She completed not one but two co-op terms with the SLAIS Graduate Co-op Program. Her Co-op terms brought her to the City of Vancouver Archives and the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Christine's full-time career in Records and Information Management began in 2007 at the Law Society of BC as a Records Analyst and she currently is the Records Officer in the Court of Appeal for BC. She supervises staff in both the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal for the Superior Courts Judiciary along with her records and information management responsibilities. Christine has given back to the archives and records Management profession as President and Treasurer of the Archives Association of BC and sitting on the SLAIS Alumni Board and a UBC Arts Co-op Advisory Committee since graduation. She is currently Programs Director for the local Vancouver ARMA chapter. In her past life before SLAIS, she taught in Japan and worked in the advertising, public relations and communications fields. Christine sat on various other committees and boards during her undergraduate degree at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo where she received an Honours Arts degree in Anthropology. When she is not volunteering, she enjoys exploring and discovering new places at home and abroad.


Christine ...

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Christine Gergich

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Christine Gergich graduated from the School of Library, Archival and Information Studies with her Master of Archival Studies degree in 2007. She completed not one but two co-op terms with the SLAIS Graduate Co-op Program. Her Co-op terms brought her to the City of Vancouver Archives and the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Christine's full-time career in Records and Information Management began in 2007 at the Law Society of BC as a Records Analyst and she currently is the Records Officer in the Court of Appeal for BC. She supervises staff in both the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal for the Superior Courts Judiciary along with her records and information management responsibilities. Christine has given back to the archives and records Management profession as President and Treasurer of the Archives Association of BC and sitting on the SLAIS Alumni Board and a UBC Arts Co-op Advisory Committee since graduation. She is currently Programs Director for the local Vancouver ARMA chapter. In her past life before SLAIS, she taught in Japan and worked in the advertising, public relations and communications fields. Christine sat on various other committees and boards during her undergraduate degree at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo where she received an Honours Arts degree in Anthropology. When she is not volunteering, she enjoys exploring and discovering new places at home and abroad.


Christine Gergich started ...

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Christine Gergich started her new job as the appellate court records officer in February 2012, and fortunately for the historical record of B.C., she was already a trained archivist when she came across the trove.

"When I opened the boxes I noticed the vintage," Gergich said at the handover ceremony at the museum. "I started looking at the index cards. There are some interesting cases in there. There was a famous murder case - it gave me chills looking at the records."
Gergich worked with the B.C. Court of Appeal, the Ministry of Justice and B.C. Archives to catalogue, clean, repair, and finally ship the ledgers to Victoria.
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"It took the keen eye of Christine Gergich to recognize their significance.

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