Former UC Berkeley registrar and director of admissions Robert Bailey showcases his years of expertise as a professional in records management and elsewhere.
From two decades of successful records management experience to supervising teams of more than 250 employees, Robert Bailey, a former UC Berkeley registrar and director of admissions, showcases his impressive range of professional expertise and takes a fond look back on his years of education.
“I have over 20 years of successful records management experience,” begins Bailey, a former UC Berkeley registrar and director of admissions. “I’ve developed records programs from the cradle to the grave in numerous settings,” he continues, “and have rolled out four different ECM systems in government and private enterprise.”
Robert Bailey has experience in both international and domestic work and has taught courses both at undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as on a workshop and seminar basis, according to the former UC Berkeley registrar’s impressive background information. “I have both international and domestic work experience,” Bailey reveals, “and have taught information systems courses both at undergraduate and graduate levels, and in workshop and seminar environments.”
Bailey, he further goes on to reveal, has represented both vendors and records users as a consultant and employee, and is especially familiar with information governance concepts, strategies, and, in particular, best practices. “I also have a doctorate in administration, a master’s in information technology, and CRM, ECM, and IGP certification,” adds the former UC Berkeley registrar and director of admissions.
Elsewhere, Robert Bailey has both NARA and FEMA certification. “I have both NARA and FEMA essential records certification,” he explains, “and have written extensively on the topic.”
During his decades-long career, Bailey’s work has seen him employ his impressive range of professional expertise in circumstances ranging from one-person departments to supervising teams of more than 250 employees.
In addition to showcasing his professional highlights, former UC Berkeley registrar and director of admissions Robert Bailey has also recently spoken at length on topics including his life in Singapore, his time in the U.S. Air Force, and his life-long commitment to Christianity. Last month, Bailey also took a fond look back on his education. “After graduating from the University of Washington in 1961, I ran out of the university’s doors thinking that I was through with going to school,” said Bailey at the time.
While at the University of Washington, Robert Bailey swam for the swim team, was active in student government, and was the president of his fraternity. “After graduation, however, it became apparent that I was far from through with my education,” adds the former UC Berkeley registrar, wrapping up, “following which I went on to further graduate from the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps, attend the Office of Special Investigation school, earn a teaching certificate, complete numerous post-graduate night courses, return to graduate school, finish my second degree, and enroll in the doctorate program.”