Regina Moore joined the Wendel Rosen team as Librarian in May 2006 and brings more than ten years of experience in law firm and academic libraries with her. Most recently, she served as the Law Library Manager and MCLE Coordinator for three Northern California offices of a large international law firm. She is well versed in all aspects of law library work including research, reference, budgeting, collection development as well as MCLE compliance of attorneys. In addition to her graduate studies and certification of specialization in Library Science, she has a Masters in Business Administration from Lincoln University.
Regina's professional activities include membership of California Library Association (CLA), Northern California Association of Law Libraries (NOCALL) and American Association of Law Libraries. She is a past president of the Library Commission of Daly City Public Library; past chair of Intellectual Freedom and past treasurer of the California Association of Library Trustees and Commissioners (CALTAC). Currently, she is the President of the California Public Library Advocates (CPLA). She has written several articles, including "RFID in Libraries" for Caltactics, "CPLA is Going Green!" (Oct. - Dec. 2013) and "Unsung Heroes: Making a Difference," (Jan. - Mar. 2014) for the CPLA Advocator!