Tracey Bunda is a Ngugi/Wakka Wakka woman and grew up on the lands of the Jagera/Jugera/Yuggerapul peoples. Tracey is The University of Queensland Professor of Indigenous Education.

During the course of her extensive 3 decade career she has held senior Indigenous leadership roles in each of the universities in which she worked. Professor Bunda’s research interests are informed by critical theoretical approaches for understanding how race and power ideologically manifest in white institutions; storying as methodology and the agentic role of Aboriginal women in Aboriginal community uplift.

Her most recent co-authored book with Louise Phillips is Storying Social Movement/s.