Scot Howlett, non-Indigenous Evolve FacilitatorSCOTT HOWLETT

Non-Indigenous Facilitator


Scott Howlett is a retired social worker, after having had a successful 38-year career in the Australian Public Service. He was born in Lutruwita (Tasmania) and has lived on the NSW Central Coast (Darkinjung Country) for most of his life. 

While in the APS Scott had the opportunity to live and work for up to two months at a time in Broome, Alice Springs, and Darwin, visiting remote communities across those areas. These experiences sparked a strong interest in learning more about Indigenous cultures, world views, and history, as well as focusing on supporting Aboriginal social workers in his team at home to develop their own support structures and voice in the organisation. 

Throughout his career Scott has enjoyed many and varied opportunities to develop training packages and to deliver training to a wide range of staff in areas such as conflict resolution, team building, and responses to domestic and family violence. When he saw the Evolve Allyship training he was excited by the opportunity to broaden his knowledge and gain a deeper understanding of the complex issues faced by Aboriginal people, and he was attracted by the values and mission of the organisation. 

In becoming a facilitator Scott is enthusiastic about drawing on his professional skills and experience to create more Allies and to build a kinder, more inclusive Australia. 


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