Carroll Go-Sam (B. Arch. Hons) is an Indigenous graduate in architecture, lecturer and researcher currently in the School of Architecture, University of Queensland. Carroll is a descendant of Dyirbal peoples from the Herbert and Tully River basins from Gumbilbarra Country, North Queensland. She is closely affiliated with the Aboriginal Environments Research Centre (AERC, UQ) and is currently a research fellow within Indigenous Design Place (IDP), a cross-faculty strategic research initiative funded by UQ. Carroll is currently involved with the 16th International Architecture Exhibition and has written an entry on the Australian Exhibition theme of ‘REPAIR’, led by Baracco + Wright architects. Carroll is an invited participant of the Indigenous designers exhibition, hosted at the Koori Heritage Trust, titled ‘Blak Design Matters’, curated by Jefa Greenaway.