Alexandrina Agloro (Indigenous Chicana/Filipina) is an ancestral technologist whose work spans the intersection of media art, community-based research, and birthwork. She is an Assistant Professor of Science, Technology, and Innovation in the Borderlands at the School for the Future of Innovation in Society and a Senior Global Futures Scientist at the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory at Arizona State University. Dr. Agloro’s work lingers on how decolonization is deeper than a set of values, and anticipates how land, water, body, and internet sovereignty can move us from the imaginary into collective action. She is a Director of Situated Critical Race and Media (SCRAM), a multiverse collaborative feminist technology organization, and is the Futurist for the Latinx Pacific Archive. She is also part of the advisory circle for Parteras de Maíz, an Indigenous and traditional midwifery advocacy organization.