After completing her Bachelor of Education at Lakehead University Alex spent three years teaching in a remote Oji-Cree community in Northern Ontario. This rich and often challenging experience prompted her to consider questions of equity and justice in Canadian society and education. Specifically, she began to wonder how settler teachers, like her, could be more responsive to strong and resilient Indigenous students like the ones she had found in her classroom. As result, Alex returned to Lakehead University and has recently completed her Masters of Education. Her thesis research project entitled “Building bridges in indigenizing education: Digital narratives as a means of shifting non-Indigenous teacher horizons towards relationality” represents Alex’s commitment to finding new and creative ways of centering the voices of Indigenous youth in education and encouraging non-Indigenous teachers to move towards responsive classroom practices.