Dr. Nancy C. Maryboy is the President and Founder of the Indigenous Education Institute (IEI) whose mission is preserving, protecting, and applying indigenous knowledge. She is the Principal Investigator for the NSF funded Native Universe: Indigenous Voice in Science Museums, a partnership including the `Imiloa Astronomy Center, Multiverse SSL UC Berkeley, OMSI, AZ Sonora Desert Museum, the Durango Discovery Museum, ASTC and the National Museum of the American Indian. She is Co-PI for Navajo Sky, a NASA funded project that develops digital modules for planetariums, juxtaposing Navajo and Western astronomy. She is adjunct professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Northern Arizona University, where she teaches an online course in Indigenous Astronomy. She is working with the NASA funded MAVEN project (exploring Mars’ climate history) to develop school projects in Indigenous schools for Imagine Mars Through Indigenous Eyes. She was a faculty member and administrator at Dine College, the Navajo Tribal College, for 13 years. She worked as Administrator and Vice Principal at Shonto Prep School, a K-12 school on the western side of the Navajo Nation. She has a Ph.D. in Indigenous Science: Astronomy. She is Cherokee/Navajo and comes from a family of traditional and medical healers. Nancy’s passions include kayaking in the San Juan Islands, hiking in the southwest, and stargazing.