Bibiana Huggins is a qualitative researcher, educator, and anthropologist, holding a PhD in Anthropology from the University of Melbourne. Bibiana has tutored at the University of Melbourne since 2015 in various Anthropology and multidisciplinary subjects, and her research has largely focused on neoliberalism, youth, and ‘new racisms’ in Panama. She recently returned to Melbourne from working as a Research Program Advisor in Lesotho as part of an international aid program. This entailed capacity building academic staff in research methodology and action research into education where she made many wonderful friends in addition to developing her training skills. She speaks fluent Spanish, basic Sesotho, and is currently learning French.