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As of 2023, Ria was pursuing her master's in information management and systems at UC Berkeley.
In 2023, Urvi started her first full-time job as a data scientist at Lumen.
In 2023, Maile moved from Seattle to Los Angeles to work at the UCLA Libraries in its Preservation & Conservation department. She works in the audiovisual area, working with all types of formats, including tape cassettes, open-reel audios and VHS tapes.
Riley del Fierro
In 2023, Riley started a company that specializes in creating software solutions to help distribution businesses manage their pricing at scale and improve rates of customer retention. Riley reports: "We are called Pricesmith, and are slowly growing! We have four solutions so far related to price management and customer retention and are leaning heavily into the AI space. It has been an exciting journey with lots of great lessons learned! Would love to connect with other alumni that have started their own companies, or alumni that work for businesses that may benefit from one of our solutions."
As of 2023, Mei'lani was working as a librarian at South Seattle College, as well as an oral historian in Wa Na Wari's Seattle Black Spatial Histories Institute.
As of 2023, Emma was moving to New York to work as a taxonomy specialist at NBCUniversal.
In 2023, Jiani was starting as an MS student at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
In 2023, Eve was starting as the Outreach Librarian for Archives and Special Collections at Kenyon College.
In 2023, Rachel accepted a Young Adult Librarianship with Pikes Peak Library District. The library has employed her for five years. She started as a Senior Library Associate in the children's department.
In 2023, Trinity started working full time for AWS. She reports: "I've been in my current role for about a month now and I am glad to have stayed in Seattle post-grad. Adjusting to adult life is weird and strange but exciting. Still can't believe that I won't be going back to school for fall quarter. A bittersweet moment for sure. Looking forward to cheering on our football team next month, last season in the Pac-12, got to win it all! Go Dawgs forever!"