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Dr Ann Milne is a Pākehā educator who led the Kia Aroha College community’s almost 30-year journey to develop a critically conscious, culturally sustaining learning approach centred on students’ cultural identities. That learning is described in her doctoral research, and in her book, Coloring in the White Spaces: Reclaiming Cultural Identity in Whitestream Schools, which was published in 2016. Ann’s services to education were recognised in 2020 when she was appointed as a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit. Ann is also the recipient of several national research awards and scholarships, including the New Zealand Principals’ Federation’s prestigious “Service with Distinction” Award in 2015 for “outstanding service to education in New Zealand.” Since retiring from her principal’s role in 2016, Ann has established Ann Milne Education and Ann Milne Online to share her long leadership experience in this area.