Siku Allooloo (Inuk/Haitian Taino) is a writer, facilitator and land-based educator from Denendeh (NWT) and Pond Inlet, NU. She also belongs to a Dene family and a strong lineage of storytellers/leaders on all three sides who have raised her to be close to the land. Allooloo has led resurgence-based work on the land in Denendeh since 2014, and in artistic collaborations with Indigenous artists across the country. Much of her work centres on decolonial ethics, resurgence and transformation. Her writing has been featured in Briarpatch Magazine, The Malahat Review, Nuit Blanche Toronto and Surrey Art Gallery Presents, among others. In 2018, she joined Gwaandak Theatre, Whitehorse as the Artistic Producer and was a guest faculty member at Banff Centre’s The Space Between Us: Technology, Collaboration and the Future. She is deeply honoured to be part of this project.