Meaghan Katrak Harris is a social worker, academic, consultant and writer. She has a long and diverse social- work background. This includes extensive experience and commitment to working alongside First Nations Peoples, families and communities. When not writing, Meaghan lectures and researches in social work at the University of Sydney and works in private practice across social-work supervision, individual, group work and organisational change. Memories and Elephants: The art of casual racism is her first creative non-fiction book.