Assistant Vice-President (Indigenous Initiatives)
Kahente Horn-Miller (Kanien:keha’ka/Mohawk) is an Associate Professor in Carleton’s School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies. She is an active member of her community who describes herself as a figurative bridge builder as she continues to examinee topics such as Indigenous methodologies, Indigenous women, identity politics, colonization, Indigenous governance, and consensus-based decision making in a way that brings Indigenous traditions and makes them relevant for today.
In 2018, she began the Collaborative Indigenous Learning Bundles Project that are increasingly being incorporated in Carleton courses as a way to bring Indigenous knowledge into the classroom. The bundles have since been expanded to professional development for faculty and staff. She has also serves as a co-chair of the Carleton University Strategic Indigenous Initiatives Committee where Carleton University has been presented the with their own 41 Calls to Action.
She holds a PhD in Humanities from Concordia University.