“I have thoroughly enjoyed connecting with you from the start, and want to appreciate your agility and flexibility to create a unique session for our organisation’s needs. We walked away with a deeper understanding of honouring Country, and what it means to Acknowledge Country in an authentic way.”
Learn how to lead as a confident Ally to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
Aboriginal Elder, Aunty Munya Andrews and award winning facilitator, Carla Rogers will teach you:
- The inequalities and challenges faced by First Nations people in Australian workplaces and society today
- Strategies to avoid common mistakes and misconceptions that can lead to misunderstandings and conflict
- Practical actions you can take to build stronger relationships with Indigenous people, develop your culture awareness and support Reconciliation
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Show others you’re not gammon (fake), you are an authentic Ally.
In your professional life, what if you could:
- Effectively engage and support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities?
- Attract, develop and retain diverse, dynamic and high-performing talent?
- Lead with empathy and inclusion and create culturally safe workplaces and spaces?
Start you journey towards leading as a confident Ally with this free training provided by an Aboriginal Elder and Community Engagement Specialist.
Who Are We?
Evolve’s co-Directors have decades of experience working with hundreds of organisations across Australia to build stronger, more inclusive workplaces.
Aunty Munya Andrews is an Aboriginal Elder originally from the Kimberley region of Western Australia. Despite growing up socially disadvantaged, she has obtained degrees in anthropology and law and is an accomplished barrister, author, educator, and sought-after speaker.
Carla Rogers is a Churchill Fellow, award-winning program designer, facilitator and community engagement specialist. Despite being non-Indigenous, she has spent her career working with Indigenous communities on Country, supporting Reconciliation and educating Allies.
Together, they bring a wealth of lived experience, authentic cultural knowledge, and they model successful black and white partnerships and Allyship. They have created a suite of innovative training programs and frameworks designed to share their love of Indigenous culture, facilitate Reconciliation and obtain their goal of inspiring ten million Allies to create a kinder, more inclusive Australia.
Evolve Co-Directors, Carla Rogers and Aunty Munya Andrews