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Moriah Gillette

Moriah Gillette is a graduate student in the Master of Information program at the University of Toronto concentrating in Library and Information science. Gillette graduated with an undergraduate degree in Health Science, at York University in 2019. She works at the Winchevsky Centre as an Assistant Archivist, creating an archive for the secular Jewish collective, the United Jewish People’s Order. She is also a Library Assistant at the University College Library at the University of Toronto, which focuses on Canadian Studies, Theatre & Performance Studies, Health Studies, and Sexual Diversity Studies. As a winner of the Jim Wilde Library Education Award Moriah has been recognized for using library science to improve information accessibility and history preservation. For more information.