Please help us to extend a warm welcome to the newest member of our team, Keahiahi Long!
Keahiahi Sharon Long graduated from the Library and Information Science program at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa in December of 2014. As a student, she was involved with Na Hawai’i Imi Loa, a graduate student organization aimed at strengthening the Native Hawaiian presence in the field of Library and Information Science. She was also a Graduate Research Assistant at the Laka me Lono Resource Center at Kamakakuokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies. In May 2014, Keahiahi was selected as a Dance Heritage Coalition Fellow, and she spent three months focusing on the preservation of dance materials in libraries and archives. Keahiahi also holds bachelor’s degrees in Hawaiian Language and Hawaiian Studies from UH-Manoa.
Keahiahi‘s strengths include specialized content knowledge, language proficiency, collaborative experience in academic settings, technology skills, and her engaging teaching style.
Keahiahi, what do you hope to accomplish here at Leeward CC?
I’m so excited and so humbled to be part of the Leeward CC community. I’m greatly looking forward to connecting with everyone on campus in an effort to provide the best resources to our students, staff, and faculty. I also want to contribute to Leeward CC’s commitment to serving Native Hawaiian students and to creating a Hawaiian place of learning.
We are all so excited to see what Keahiahi will accomplish here! Keahiahi can be reached at 455-0390 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.