Bridging Knowledge Webinar: Alanna Aiko Moore, Executive Director of the Asian Pacific American Librarians Association


Students are invited to attend the second Bridging Knowledge Scholars’ Curriculum Webinar, featuring speaker Alanna Aiko Moore, executive director of the Asian Pacific American Librarians Association. 

This program is part of a series of 12 supplemental curriculum webinars planned for the IMLS-funded Bridging Knowledge Scholarship program. It will be recorded and will be available from the Bridging Knowledge playlist on the iSchool YouTube channel, and the Sustainable Heritage Network’s website. Live Captioning will be enabled for this session. 

For questions, or more information about this Bridging Knowledge curriculum webinar series, contact:

This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services RE-250081-OLS-21.

Speaker Bio: Alanna Aiko Moore is the executive director of the Asian Pacific American Librarians Association and identifies as a mixed race/multi-racial with Japanese, Native American and white heritage. She was born and raised in Hawai’i and is a fourth generation Japanese on her maternal side. She identifies as a cis-gender female and a queer person of color. Moore is the most recent visiting program officer at The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) at the University of California San Diego. Moore is the librarian for ethnic studies, gender studies, and sociology at the UC San Diego Library. She brings a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion and extensive experience with mentorship programs to the position. Moore holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Gender Studies from Lewis and Clark College and a Master of Library Science degree from Dominican University. Moore was an ARL Leadership and Career Development Program Fellow in 2011–2012.