Rylin Becenti is a multi-disciplinary artist of the Diné (Navajo) and K-8 educator. She/they are Táchii’nii born for Tábaahá, her maternal grandparents are Tó’aheedlííníí and paternal grandparents Tsénjíkíní. She has concentrations in environmental sculpture, painting and printmaking with a focus on Indigenous Studies. In recent times she worked amongst the collective of Indigenous Feminists at the K’é Infoshop based out of the Diné Nation. She has worked for the environmental organization Uplift addressing climate change as the Uplift Artist in Residence.