Dr. Luanne Sinnamon (she/her), is an Associate Professor and former Director (2015-2020) at the School of Information at the University of British Columbia, situated on unceded land of the Musqueam people. She holds a PhD from the Faculty of Information at the University of Toronto and an MLS degree from Jerusalem. Luanne’s primary research focus is on human information interaction and retrieval with current work centering around climate crisis information and the impacts of generative AI on information access. She has experience managing major research and teaching projects funded by Canada’s national research agencies. She also conducts research on Library and Information Science education and has led successful planning, accreditation, and curriculum review processes at UBC. As a Distinguished Member of ASIS&T, Luanne has been a long time and active member (since 2001), including service for SIG-HCI and SIG-USE, on committees and award juries, contributions as a reviewer and author to ASIS&T publications, and in 2018, as Chair of the Annual Meeting in Vancouver.