About Our Team

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Joslyn Ceasar

Joslyn Ceasar
jceasar @ tsl.texas.gov
512-463-5477

Brianna Cochran

Brianna Cochran
bcochran @ tsl.texas.gov
512-463-5448

Maria Freed

Maria Freed
mfreed @ tsl.texas.gov
512-475-5194

Andrew Glass

Andrew Glass
aglass @ tsl.texas.gov
512-463-2631

Rebecca Hanna

Rebecca Hanna
rhanna @ tsl.texas.gov
512-463-5494

Anne Poulos

Anne Poulos
apoulos @ tsl.texas.gov
512-463-6627

Erica Siegrist

Erica Siegrist
esiegrist@ tsl.texas.gov
512-463-6623

SLRM Administration

Megan Carey

Megan Carey
RMA Manager
mcarey @ tsl.texas.gov
512-463-5449

Joshua Clark

Joshua Clark
Program Planning and Research Specialist
jclark @ tsl.texas.gov
512-936-0270

Craig Kelso

Craig Kelso
SLRM Division Director

Nickie Mangold
Administrative Assistant
nmangold @ tsl.texas.gov
512-463-7610


We provide consulting services and training (in-house and online) on topics like records retention, inventory, disposition, managing electronic records, emergency planning, and more. This blog is used to communicate general information. If you require assistance with a records management issue, please contact us at (512) 463-7610 or slrminfo@tsl.texas.gov.

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