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Aunty Munya Andrews and Carla Rogers are the perfect speaking duo, leading Evolve,  ‘walking their talk’, modelling Allyship and teaching others to do the same. Together, they’ve co-authored “Practical Reconciliation,” guiding Australians on a journey towards deeper understanding and unity.

In 2024, they won the National Telstra Best of Business Award in the Building Communities Category, a testament to their impactful approach to making the world a kinder place. The Telstra judges were particularly struck by how Evolve Communities manages to address critical issues with a model that emphasises respect and inclusivity. It’s their ability to engage hearts and minds, combined with their savvy use of social media, that’s paving the way for a more inclusive and empathetic Australia.

What sets them apart is their accessible, no-fuss style. They tackle some of Australia’s most challenging conversations with a refreshingly positive and inclusive approach. Their “no blame, no guilt, no shame” philosophy has resonated far and wide, offering a new perspective on moving forward together.

Their collaborative speaking engagements are characterised by an engaging and dynamic presentation style, seamlessly blending storytelling, factual insights, and interactive discussions. In essence, Aunty Munya and Carla are not just speakers; they’re catalysts for change, inviting us all to embrace First Nations wisdom and be part of a kinder, more inclusive Australia.

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Carla Rogers and Aunty Munya Andrews, 2024 National Telstra Best of Business Awards.

Carla Rogers and Aunty Munya Andrews

Authors of Practical Reconciliation and Directors of Evolve Communities

Aunty Munya Andrews, an Aboriginal Elder from the Kimberley region in Western Australia, brings a rich tapestry of cultural knowledge, legal acumen, and educational expertise to her work. Her journey is one of resilience, navigating through challenges to achieve qualifications in anthropology and law. Aunty Munya is not only a respected Elder but also an acclaimed author, barrister, educator, and a sought-after speaker known for her deep wisdom and ability to articulate complex cultural concepts with clarity and grace.

Carla Rogers, Churchill Fellow and award-winning facilitator, founded Evolve Communities in 2005, driven by her dedication to learn from First Nations peoples and their wisdom.  Aunty Munya joined as co-Director in 2011, united with Carla by a vision of a kinder, more inclusive Australia through allyship. As a non-Indigenous Ally,  Carla is deeply grateful to the generosity of First Nations peoples, welcoming us all to discover our own profound connection to Country. Known for her engaging and creative approach, Carla inspires with her experiences and stories, promoting allyship in ways that resonates, connects with and energises her audiences.