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Ayshea Khan

Austin History Center
Archivist II
Austin History Center
Ayshea Khan currently serves as the Asian Pacific American Community Archivist at the Austin History Center, where she advocates for the collection, preservation and improved access to our local Asian American histories. She holds a B.S. in Cinema Production & Photography from Ithaca College and a MSIS from the University of Texas at Austin School of Information. She has worked to preserve audiovisual collections at organizations such as Louis Black Productions, the Texas Archive of the Moving Image, American Genre Film Archive, and Señal 3 public access station in Santiago de Chile. She is the Co-Chair of the Archivists' Collective for the South Asian American Digital Archive and currently serves on the Diversity & Outreach Committee for the Society of Southwest Archivists. She has coordinated community archives programming and workshops for groups such as the Breaking Library Silos for Social Justice collective in Austin and the Allied Media Conference in Detroit.

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