Aisha is an intersectional librarian, activist, and tech enthusiast. She is interested in emerging technologies, issues of equity and access in the library, and the role of librarians as social justice accomplices. In addition to library work, she is a burgeoning sous chef and tennis pro.
Jennifer is a Mexicanese (Mexican American and Japanese American) LA Native and a Instruction and Reference Librarian. Her research interests include diversity in librarianship, Library UX and assessment and fake news and misinformation. When not at work, Jenn can be found prepping for the next disaster with CERT-LA or watching her toddler, both of which use the same skill set.
Jessea Young, Digital Initiatives Librarian at William H. Hannon Library, Loyola Marymount University
Jessea is an oral historian and digital collections librarian. She is interested in tattoos as identity, issues of gentrification and settler colonialism within the Asian American community, and the history of Yellow Peril. Jessea can be found eating ice cream or huaraches with her dachshund terrier, Neville.
Nataly is a latinx librarian, first-generation student and coffee enthusiast. She is interested in mentorship (both students and early career librarians), issues of equity and access in libraries, and women in leadership. Nataly spends her free time doing her MBA coursework, but will occasionally sneak off to hike, Bollywood dance, and try a Thrillist restaurant.
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