Mark Moran leads the Development Effectiveness Group at the Institute for Social Science Research, University of Queensland. His career spans academia, nonprofits, government and consultancy. He has worked in a range of international and indigenous contexts, including Papua New Guinea, Timor Leste, China, Bolivia and Lesotho, and remote Indigenous communities in Australia. His writing has appeared in the Griffith Review, the Conversation and the Australian newspaper. His book Serious Whitefella Stuff- When Solutions Became the Problem in Indigenous Affairs (MUP) was published in 2016. Jodie Curth-Bibb is a Teaching and Research Fellow for the University of Queensland's Institute of Social Science Research. She has worked across research and practice for over ten years with a focus on public sector reform and institutional capacity development in Pacific Islands countries. Jodie previously held the position of Pacific Manager for the University of Queensland's International Development group where she designed major capacity building and teaching programs for the PNG public service.