Robline (Robbi) Davey has a Bachelor of Arts in Art History from University of British Columbia. She completed a Master of Education at Thompson Rivers University (TRU) in 2019 which was co-supervised by Courtney. Robbi’s research interests include exploring the way distance learning and the digital spaces can provide increased access to post-secondary education for Indigenous students. A media specialist in online education, she plans to integrate design thinking and her recent experience as an online student, to bring an interdisciplinary and holistic approach to her research. Other research interests include revitalizing traditional food and technology, as a way to bolster Indigenous health and well-being. Recently, Robbi worked on successful interdisciplinary community-driven CIHR and SSHRC grant applications and was awarded the Ken Lepin Graduate Research Award (2018). Robbi is a mother and currently works in the Faculty of Education at TRU. She also working on her PhD at the Simon Fraser University.