Julie Bull is an award-wining Southern Inuk researcher and educator from NunatuKavut, Labrador, with more than 15 years of experience in community-based research and education with Indigenous communities. She is currently based in Toronto where she works as a Research Methods Specialist at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). Julie works with communities, researchers, educators, and policy makers to implement wise practices in ethics and engagement with Indigenous Peoples and is an invited lecturer and speaker at many events throughout Canada and around the world. Julie was the founding director of the Mawi’omi Aboriginal Student Resource Centre at the University of Prince Edward Island and assisted several other similar program initiations at other institutions. She is a Vanier Scholar who is active in both academic and grassroots research ethics initiatives such as being a member of the CAMH REB and the NunatuKavut Community Council Research Review Committee. In 2018, Julie was the recipient of the Ontario Ministry of Education Emerging Scholar Change Maker Award for her work on research/review with Indigenous Peoples in Canada.