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Great Scott! A True Story Illustrating the Importance of Ethics in Privacy and Records Management

Truth is stranger than fiction… There’s a memorable scene in Back to the Future 3 where Marty receives a Western Union telegraph from Doc almost a century after it was originally mailed, warning him of events to come. Seems an unlikely possibility that any organization would honor such a request to preserve, protect and deliver documents… Read More »Great Scott! A True Story Illustrating the Importance of Ethics in Privacy and Records Management

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Congratulations to Manual Arts High Eleanor Moscatel Scholarship Winner Nicky Lopez!

Congratulations 2018 Scholarship Recipient Nicky Lopez! This annual academic scholarship was established in honor of Eleanor Moscatel, a graduate of the Manual Arts High School Class of 1949. Her multifaceted and successful career, from Actress to Entrepreneur and Real Estate Maven spans seven decades and includes important cultural and social service contributions to both the… Read More »Congratulations to Manual Arts High Eleanor Moscatel Scholarship Winner Nicky Lopez!

3 Timeless Business Lessons from a Real Life Superwoman

My Mother is 86 and doesn’t have a LinkedIn profile. But if she ever did, her headline would read something like… “Former ingenue, entrepreneur, dreamer, and the rest is none of your damn business, honey.” But to those who’ve had the privilege to know her over the decades her mantra has always been, quite simply, to treat everybody with dignity. Here are 3 timeless business lessons she’s taught me to go along with that mantra.

The Little Girl with the Big Voice – On PBS!

Honored to learn that PBS recently screened our film on the Golden Age of Radio. Thanks again Stanford University, George T. Marshall, the RIFF and Abby J. Moscatel for the opportunity to share this story leveraging the Doctrine of Fair Use!
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The Most Important Records In The World Are Our Fondest Memories

Dad’s life has been subtle and yet epic. He was part of the first college basketball game where opposing teams scored over 100 points. In 1952, the same squad from Seattle University overcame Goose Tatum’s Harlem Globetrotters in a historical buzz beater. In his later years, he developed incredible friendships with great talents, helped elect a Governor and built a fine career as a doctor. While I may never experience all that my Father has, making sure I preserve his records helps the whole family appreciate not just Dad, but what Dad and Mom represent, the importance of hard work, self-reliance, treating everybody with dignity and the spirit of living life to its fullest.

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