I’m a recent MLIS graduate with an archives specialization from San Jose State University. I grew up in South Carolina and live in the Washington, DC area where I work as Budget Coordinator at the American University Library. I previously worked as Contract Reference Archivist at the Smithsonian’s National Anthropological Archives and in the Circulation and Stacks department of American University Library. I graduated from Boston College with a BA in Sociology and minor in History, mostly focusing on Asian American history and the intersections of race/sex/class.
You can find more of my writing at the Hack Library School blog, where I am a former writer and editor.
general interests: anthropology, intersectionality, social and cultural history, Asian American history and identity, pop culture, postcolonialism, social enterprise
library/archives interests: diversity (in education, of collections, and of the profession), archival access, library history, digital preservation, oral history, digital humanities
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