Karlie Noon is a Gamilaraay astronomer and science communicator who has worked with audiences around the country for the past ten years promoting Indigenous astronomical knowledge systems and advocating for more women in STEM. Karlie is the first female, Indigenous Australian to graduate with combined degrees in mathematics and science. She holds a Masters of Astronomy and Astrophysics and is currently undertaking a PhD in astrophysics. Krystal De Napoli is a Kamilaroi educator and aspiring astrophysicist devoted to the advocacy of Indigenous knowledges and equity in STEM. She is researching star formation rates in galaxies. In 2018 Krystal became the first non-Genomicist to be awarded the Illumina Women in Genomics bracelet, and she has curated a national public database on Indigenous science for the Australian Council of Deans of Science.