Doris Taneton graduated from Ɂehtséo Ayha School in 2007, and her first job after graduation was a research trainee position with the Délı̨nę Knowledge Project. During that time, she played a central role in creating a digital oral history archive and database for the community. After a year’s maternity leave, Doris returned to work with the Délı̨nę Knowledge Project. She played a key role in coordinating youth-elder activities at Ɂehtséo Ayha School. Doris’s impressive academic achievements include a previous term at Dechinta Bush University Centre for Research and Learning, and university courses in the NWT Aboriginal Languages Revitalization Program.