ImageSoft Government Summit is June 6 in Lansing, Michigan.

Workshop Presenters

Colleen Alber, Product Evangelist, Hyland Software

Colleen Alber is a Product Evangelist with Hyland, creator of OnBase®. A graduate of Miami University’s marketing program, Colleen has been evangelizing the OnBase ECM platform for the past nine years—driving adoption of the software by translating technology into business value. It is her job to create and communicate effective messaging through product collateral, live presentations and software demonstrations.

Kevin Flanagan, Industry Manager of Government Solutions, Hyland Software

Before rejoining Hyland in 2012, Kevin spent four and a half years managing the government sales efforts for one of Hyland’s largest resellers. He started with Hyland (the first time) in early 2004 and, while there, spent a year in Marketing as the Channel Marketing Specialist before moving to Sales as a Channel Account Representative and eventually becoming a Regional Account Manager. As Industry Manager of Government Solutions Kevin's responsibilities include evangelizing a government-focus to Hyland’s VAR community and creating and marketing new Hyland government solutions.

Toni Smith, Senior Account Manager, ImageSoft

Toni came to ImageSoft in 2005 as a Business Analyst bringing more than 25 years of information technology experience, 10 of those in the ECM space. She subsequently was promoted to Business Analyst Manager and later was named Insurance Practice Manager. In January of last year, she transitioned to her current role on the ImageSoft Sales team. Before joining ImageSoft, Toni served as Director of Information Systems at MHA Insurance Company and as Information Systems Manager at Michigan Construction Self Insurers Fund.

Michelle Telecky, Product Owner, ImageSoft

A skilled and experienced ECM veteran, Michelle has more than a decade of experience in designing and implementing document management solutions for Courts, Government and Healthcare. In addition to ECM design and implementation, Michelle works with the Product Development team as the customer liaison to define ImageSoft and JusticeTech product features. She is a Certified Document Imaging Architect (CDIA+), a Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP), and a Certified OnBase Installer.

Roundtable & Panel Contributors

Nathan Armaly, Senior Systems Engineer, ImageSoft

Nathan joined ImageSoft in 2012 as a Systems Engineer working on implementing custom solutions. In 2014, he moved into the role of a Technical Lead and assumed the responsibility of architecting solutions as well as leading other Systems Engineers throughout the project process. He is a Subject Matter Expert in the Prosecuting Attorney JusticeTech Product, having been involved in more than 5 solutions, including several implementations from design to go-live. Nathan has also made contributions to the overall design of the Prosecuting Attorney JusticeTech® Product.

Jack Battles, Director of the Friend of the Court, Genesee County, MI

John “Jack” Battles has practiced law in Genesee County since 1987 and has been a strong advocate for children and families. Appointed Director of the Friend of the Court in 2006, Jack was the driving force for the creation of and implementation of the Friend of the Court paperless Document Management System. He serves on the Board of Directors for New Paths, Inc., Flint, MI and is a member of the Genesee County Bar Association as well as the State Bar of Michigan.

Troy Bevier, Deputy Director of IT, Lenawee County, MI

Troy Bevier has been the Deputy Director of IT for Lenawee County for the past two years. Prior to this, he served for 25 years as Lieutenant for the Washtenaw County Sheriff. In 2013, Troy retired as Lieutenant and jumped into the role of OnBase System Administrator for Lenawee County. He has been a part of the implementation team for Lenawee County Prosecutor and is also on the LEAP Steering Committee.

Christina Howe Dietrich, Director, Court Information Systems, Arlington County, VA

Christina joined the Arlington County Circuit Court in 2013 to spearhead the Court’s transition to a paper on demand solution using OnBase™ and TrueFiling™. The solution streamlines and automates the processing of documents submitted to the Circuit Court. In addition, the implementation supports electronic filing into active civil and criminal cases and secure remote access to case files. Prior to joining the Circuit Court, Christina worked extensively in the telecommunications industry. She helped develop national and international telecommunications standards, led multifunctional product development teams, and published competitive analysis on optical transport products. Christina holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Lehigh University and an M.S. in Information Networking from Carnegie Mellon University.

Ryan Foley, Senior Enterprise Architect, ImageSoft

Ryan has more than 8 years’ experience working with Government, Insurance, Healthcare, Manufacturing, and Financial Services companies of all sizes. His ECM knowledge and experience with Government solutions helped build the foundation for the JusticeTech product. Ryan has also made contributions to many of the other ImageSoft products including iDocCreator, TrueSign®, and TrueCertifyTM.

Linda Fox, Deputy Friend of the Court, Clinton County, MI

Linda has worked with the Clinton County Friend of the Court over 20 years. Together with their IT Department, they successfully launched OnBase in 2010. Clinton County effectively uses workflow with the Clerk’s Office and Probate Court.

Steve Glisky, Vice President, Government Practice Manager, ImageSoft

A founding partner of ImageSoft, Steve leads the company’s Government Solutions Team, architecting and deploying preconfigured turn-key workflow solutions which provide rapid return on investment. A computer industry veteran with expertise in developing systems and application-level software, since 2002, Steve has focused solely on developing document and content management solutions, with special emphasis on deploying solutions for government and the courts. He is a Certified Document Imaging Architect and also holds certification in knowledge management and computer telephony.

Kimberly Hauser, District Clerk, Michigan Court of Appeals

Kimberly S. Hauser is the District Clerk in the Lansing Office of the Michigan Court of Appeals and regularly works with the Court’s Information Systems Department on technology related issues. She is part of the team that worked closely with ImageSoft in developing and refining the streamlined version of TrueFiling in use in the Michigan Supreme Court and Court of Appeals. Kimberly has worked as a research attorney, law clerk, and research supervisor with the Michigan Court of Appeals and as a staff attorney with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. She earned her J.D. from the University of Detroit School of Law and her B.B.A. from Eastern Michigan University. She is also a member of the State Bar of Michigan.

Anthony June, Information Systems Director, 16th Judicial Circuit Court

Anthony Oliver June is an energetic and highly motivated legal technologist. He has worked in Macomb County Government for over 11 years. He is currently the Information Systems Director for the 16th Judicial Circuit Court located in Mount Clemens, Michigan. Anthony holds Bachelors and Masters Degrees from Wayne State University in Psychology and Business Administration with a concentration in Information Systems Management. Anthony received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law. He is a member of the Macomb County Bar Association, the State Bar of Michigan, and the National Center for State Courts Court Information Technology Officers Consortium. Anthony and his wife live in New Baltimore, Michigan.

Daniel Mayernik, Director of Product Development, ImageSoft

A Microsoft Certified Professional, Dan is responsible for developing and managing ImageSoft’s existing products and services as well as creating and integrating new products and product changes. Dan has more than 15 years’ experience in proven software application development and in the analysis, design, construction and delivery of enterprise-level software applications. He also has extensive technical expertise creating enterprise-wide ECM, BPM and custom.NET applications leveraging technologies such as SharePoint, OnBase, Kofax and IBM FileNet and is a Microsoft Certified Professional.

Lisa McCormick, Chief Assistant Prosecutor, Ingham County, MI

Lisa was hired at the Ingham County Prosecutor’s office as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney in 1997, where she was assigned to the Criminal Division prosecuting cases in district and circuit court. During her tenure in the Criminal Division she was assigned to the Drug and Forfeiture Unit prosecuting serious drug trafficking offenses. She was promoted to Unit Chief of the Child Sexual Assault Unit in 2005; promoted to Deputy Chief Assistant Prosecutor in 2007; and finally Chief Assistant Prosecutor in 2008. She is also the chairperson of the Ingham County Concealed Weapons Licensing Board and sits on the Tax Board of Review for Delta Township.

Harry Moxley, Deputy Court Administrator/Friend of the Court Director, Ingham County, MI

Harry Moxley has worked at Ingham County for over 13 years, most recently becoming Director of the Friend of the Court in 2014. He assisted in their successful conversion to OnBase in June 2010, which has allowed them to convert the now unused file area into more space for staff. Harry holds a B.A. in Accounting from Michigan State University.

William Nichols, Prosecutor, Monroe County, MI

William Nichols has been the Prosecuting Attorney for Monroe County since 2005. Prior to that, he served as the Monroe Chief Prosecutor from 2001-2004. Previous to this position, he was the Assistant Prosecutor in Monroe County. William is a board member of the Prosecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan and also serves on the PAAM Technical Services Committee.

Terri Paradise, Senior Enforcement Officer, Clinton County, MI

Terri has been with the Clinton County Friend of the Court since June 2004. With assistance and support from their IT department, her office has been using OnBase for 5 years and is still going strong. It has been an excellent attribute in maintaining their records by giving immediate access to files, preserving organization by reducing clutter, and modernizing their office space with updated technology, all while reducing expenses. Terri holds a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice from Ferris State University.

Justin Roebuck, County Clerk/Register of Deeds, Ottawa County, MI

Justin serves as the Clerk of Michigan’s 20th Circuit Court and Clerk of the Ottawa County Board of Commissioners. He is the chief election officer for Ottawa County, overseeing the elections process in 23 local cities and townships and for the county’s 187,000 registered voters. Since taking office, his priority has been excellence in the ongoing preservation of our records. The Clerk/Register’s Office continues to be a leader in the field of technology, utilizing electronic filing processes in the Register of Deeds and Courts, online applications with Elections and Vitals Records divisions, and the digital scanning, indexing and storage of documents throughout the department. Justin is an actively involved member of the Michigan Association of County Clerks, and Michigan Association of Registers of Deeds, where he serves on the Legislative Committee in both organizations.

Todd Schmitz, Deputy Director to the County Clerk, Macomb County, MI

Todd serves as Chief Deputy Clerk for Macomb County Clerk/Register of Deeds Carmella Sabaugh. He has helped implement various technological innovations for Macomb County, including a FastPass system allowing customers make appointments and check in via cell phone when arriving, linking birth records to Social Security records to reduce fraud, implementing Google Apps for Government, an online concealed pistol licensing application, overnight delivery for certified vital records and court records, Square® payment acceptance, and linking death records with the county's Veterans Affairs Department. These advances have helped the Macomb County Clerk receive 42 National Association of County's awards for service and innovation. Todd holds a B.A. in Economics from Michigan State University and a law degree from Wayne State University Law School.

Lynne Stockwell, Deputy Director to the County Clerk, Grand Traverse County, MI

As Deputy Director to the County Clerk, Lynne oversees the Court Records division, which houses houses records for criminal felony, civil, domestic, and juvenile cases. In 2008, she was responsible for the design and implementation of the Document Management System for the Family Court and its coordination with other key departments within the county. In 2010, Lynne was tasked with the implementation of expanding their DMS within the Circuit Court Records office. The expanded system went live in 2011.

Kathryn Viviano, Judge, Macomb County, MI

Judge Kathryn A. Viviano is a graduate from Hillsdale College and Wayne State University. She previously worked in the top Detroit law firm of Barris, Sott, Denn & Driker before joining her brother in forming Viviano & Viviano PLLC. She also served as the City Attorney for the City of Centerline. Judge Viviano was elected to the bench in November 2010 and was assigned to the Family Division. She served as the Presiding Judge of the Family Division from April 2013 until her appointment to the Business Court in February 2015. Judge Viviano also sits for the Macomb County Juvenile Drug Court.

Kathi Weigold, Senior System Support Technician, Clinton County, MI

Kathi has worked in the Clinton County IT department, which supports over 15 County departments, since 1999. Since 2010 the County has implemented ImageSoft JusticeTech® in its Friend of the Court, Circuit Court, Probate Court, and the Clerk’s office, and Kathi has led that initiative.

Judith Wheat, Chief Deputy Clerk, Arlington County, VA

Since December 2008, Judith Wheat has served as Chief Deputy and Legal Counsel to the Honorable Paul Ferguson, Clerk of the Arlington County Circuit Court. In her role as Chief Deputy Clerk, Judy has been involved in numerous projects responsible for the transformation of the Arlington Circuit Court Clerk’s office to a technology-centric paper on demand system. She is also a practicing attorney in Washington, D.C. focusing on criminal and civil litigation, and employment law. Judy is a member of the Litigation Council of America, a former President of The Barristers, and a former Co-Chair of the D.C. Bar’s Criminal Law and Individual Rights Steering Committee. She teaches at the National Institute for Trial Advocacy’s Intensive Trial Skills Program, and is a frequent presenter at various continuing legal education courses.

Tim Zarzycki, Account Executive, ImageSoft

Tim joined ImageSoft in 2012 as the RFP Bid Manager working to create new sales of our JusticeTech suite of products. In 2014, he moved into the role of an Account Executive for the Great Lakes Region and assumed the responsibility of focusing on managing current customer accounts along with the generation of new sales by bring value to all customers through the use of our JusticeTech solutions. His focus is to work with customers to asses a given challenge and identify the right combination of software, implementation team, and project execution strategy to process a successful result.