Ilana Lutman, program records manager, joined the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in 2004, bringing more than 15 years of expertise as an information professional in government, corporate, industrial, and nonprofit sectors. Having worked in a variety of roles across the information vocation spectrum, she is dedicated to making sure that clients have access to the right information; at the right time; at the lowest cost, to ensure workplace productivity.
Previously, Lutman was a project archivist at the College of Staten Island. Her work was awarded with second place, single collection guide, in the 2004 MARAC finding aids competition. She was also a library associate at the Roselle Public Library. In her native Australia, Lutman worked as an archivist in state and local government. In Israel she worked as an information specialist at Partner Communications, a cutting edge mobile telecommunications company.
Lutman holds a Masters in Library and Information Science from Rutgers University, a BA Honors in History, and a graduate diploma in Information Management and Archives Administration from the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. She is currently a certified records manager (CRM) candidate. Lutman is executive vice-president of the ARMA northern NJ chapter and has been a member for six years. She has also served as secretary and vice president, educational programs.
Besides being a keen tennis player and triathlon enthusiast, Lutman is passionate about volunteering at her children’s school, cooking, and minimizing her household contents.