charlie amáyá scott
english pronouns: they / them and she / her
scholar | educator | advocate
Born and raised within the Navajo Nation, charlie amáyá scott is dedicated to creating and sharing content that inspires joy and justice. They have worked with brands and organizations around climate justice, celebrating her culture and language, advocating and supporting movements that center or affect Black and Indigenous Queer and Trans Peoples, and sharing knowledge around Indigenous Peoples, gender and sexuality, decolonization, higher education, representation, and more.
They also speak across colleges and universities sharing her dreams, poetry, and insight on what it means to be Queer, Trans, and Indigenous while demanding for a more inclusive and intentional campus climate that supports, honors, and celebrates Black and Indigenous Queer and Trans Peoples.
charlie is also a doctoral candidate, who is intrigued by the intricacies among higher education, settler colonialism, and social media. Their scholarship and writings are imbued with a desire for a more just and liberating education that supports, inspires and celebrates the next generation of Queer, Trans, and Indigenous students. Currently they are working on their dissertation.