Alistair Ott (They/He/Nhila)

Alistair (They/He/Nhila) is a Wiradjuri, Trans, Queer fulla living and working on Ngunnawal Land. Their passions have led them to A Gender Agenda, where they work in Youth Connections and engagement with trans, gender diverse, and intersex communities, and to the Australian National University where they work as an Indigenous Academic Associate and are studying their PhD.

Alistair standing next to a concrete wall smiling to the camera. Alistair is wearing a pink and black floral shirt, earrings and has green hair

Alistair’s time on country, with mob and family, and his queer community have inspired his love for exploring queer blak joy, resilience, and strength. With their lived experience in these communities, they also are proud to work within trans and queer justice, disability justice, and decolonisation theory and practice. Alistair dreams of a world where his communities can live and be safe, affirmed, and valued.

Alistair is an experienced presenter, training facilitator, and panellist. Their current interests are in LGBTIQA+ & First Nations well-being and community connections, Intergenerational engagement and belonging, Intersectionality, and QTIBIPOC justice.