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Our First Nations’ Editorial Board ensures that the network authentically represents the wishes, interests and motivations of First Nations science educators and community members as regards the teaching and promotion of Indigenous science. Currently, the Editorial Board comprises eight mainly university level academics who come from First Nations peoples across the world. They review all bulletins before release to ensure that items featured are culturally appropriate and presented satisfactorily. Their details follow below.

Professor Elizabeth McKinley, ONZM
Chair, Editorial Board, Indigenous Science Network
Executive Director Atlantic Fellows for Social Equity
The University of Melbourne, Victoria, AUSTRALIA

Associate Professor Michelle M. Hogue
Coordinator: Indigenous Student Success Cohort
Faculty of Arts & Science, University of Lethbridge, Alberta, CANADA

Associate Professor Michael-Shawn Fletcher
Assistant Dean (Indigenous)
School of Geography, Faculty of Science
The University of Melbourne, Victoria, AUSTRALIA

Dr. Frances C. Koya-Vaka’uta
Director of the Oceania Center for Arts, Culture and Pacific Studies
Faculty of Arts, Law & Education
University of the South Pacific, Suva, FIJI

Dr. Femi S. Otulaja
Researcher, Teaching and Learning (Sciences)
Science Teaching and Learning Center & School of Animal, Plant and Environmental Sciences (APES), Faculty of Science
University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA

Carly Jia
Principal Policy Analyst, Indigenous Education
Australian Education Research Organisation, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

Joe Sambono
Program Lead - Embedding Indigenous Australian Perspectives
Learning and Teaching Unit, Education Portfolio, Academic Division
Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, AUSTRALIA

Jesse King
Team Leader, Digital Solutions
Stronger Smarter Institute, Caboolture, AUSTRALIA