Britta Wigginton is a non-Indigenous researcher with a PhD in health psychology, and a decade of qualitative research experience. Britta has had the privilege of working alongside Traditional Knowledge Holders, Elders, and community in a range of projects since 2018 and brings these learnings (and un-learnings) to the work she does. While her disciplinary training bridges the fields of psychology and public health, her research experience spans the topics of cancer, tobacco control, reproductive and sexual health, and climate change. Her work is driven by a reflexive qualitative inquiry. This translates to an ongoing analysis of all ‘parts’ of the research process (from design to translation).