Dr. Bunny McFadden is a Chicana mother who tinkers with words for a living. She’s published widely in everything from horror & sci fi anthologies to travel websites like Fodor’s and Business Insider. She is a writer, independent education & equity consultant, and language arts educator. Her dissertation focuses on decolonizing pedagogy through autoethnography. As a consultant, she has been published in SIETAR and the Journal of Sustainability Education. Bunny has been invited to speak at the Leadership in Diversity conference at the University of Connecticut; the Royal Centre School of Speech and Drama at the University of London; the Assembly for the Teaching of English Grammar; and Women with Resolve Conservation Advocacy’s partnership with UNICEF. She has upcoming work in Transgressive Teaching & Learning: Critical Essays on bell hooks’ Engaged Pedagogy and Gifted(ish). Her website is www.docbunny.com.