Dr. Zoe Todd (she/they) (Red River Métis) is a practice-led artist-researcher who studies the relationships between Indigenous sovereignty and freshwater fish futures in Canada. Working through a framework they call 'Critical Indigenous Fish Philosophy', they collaborate with diverse interlocutors and project partners to engage a fulsome understanding of how human and fish futures are co-created. They are a co-founder of the Institute for Freshwater Fish Futures (2018), which is a collaborative Indigenous-led initiative that is ‘restor(y)ing fish futures, together’ across three continents. They were a 2018 Yale Presidential Visiting Fellow, and in 2020 they were elected to the Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars. They are an Associate Professor in the Department of Indigenous Studies at Simon Fraser University.