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Anyone who’s kept receipts and paper records over a long period of time knows how easy it is to accumulate them and how hard it is to weed through them and sort them out.
Imagine having 6,000 containers full of not just paper records, but other miscellaneous items, that need to be looked through.
Barb Ricci knows exactly how it feels to face such a daunting task. Ricci, the new records administrator for Los Alamos County, has only been on the job a few weeks, but she hit the ground running and is now in the process of trying to sort through the county’s records.
She’s no stranger to records management, however. She has 30 years of experience in the business world and an understanding of both the operation and management aspects of the record keeping business and knows what needs to be kept and what can be disposed of.
An Española native, Ricci graduated high school and went to New Mexico State University where she obtained her bachelor’s degree in business administration.
After college, she traveled to both the East Coast and the West Coast, where she met her husband, John, a Sonoma, Calif., native.
After their son Brandon was born, the Riccis decided to move back to Northern New Mexico.
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