Linda Daniels journalism career includes media training to capacitate women and those in the popular education movement to become community reporters including facilitating youth expression by training young people, from low-income communities in South Africa, in the tools of radio production so that they could tell their own stories. I am excited by new approaches in the practice of journalism which proactively embraces a broader view of inclusion. I am an advisor for the Kitikmeot Regional Wildlife Board in Nunavut, where I provide research and technical support to Inuit communities to engage with their comanagement (e.g., government and research) partners in wildlife management under the Nunavut Agreement. I focus primarily on balancing conventional versus traditional information and knowledge systems in decision-making. I have a PhD in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and MSc in Biology; my research focused on identifying linkages between scientific and Indigenous knowledge in wildlife conservation. I am also a yoga and meditation teacher, and a birth doula in-training.