Asami Robledo-Allen Yamamoto (She/Her) is a disabled, Mexican female artist, advocate, and educator. She is the Project Manager for Latinos in Heritage Conservation (LHC), where she advocates for equity and inclusion in historic preservation, through projects like the Abuelas Project, a multi-year GIS project that records important Latinx sites, stories, and places. She has a strong background in art museum education, where she focused on bilingualism and language advocacy and school, studio, teen, and access programs. She serves on the board of the Museum Education Roundtable, where her responsibilities include supporting the editorial team of the Journal of Museum Education. She earned her BFA in Art Education (2016) and her MA in Art Museum Education (2019) at the University of North Texas. In the fall of 2023, she will begin her doctoral studies. Currently, she is working on co-publishing a book about language inclusion in art museums.