Over the years, Morwenna has established and nurtured valuable relationships across sectors. By building strong networks and partnerships with organisations, we have enabled our clients to become better advocates for promoting diversity and inclusion in their workplace and communities.
“I was lucky enough to work with Morwenna, on the design of “Songmiths” a songwriting program designed by, and for d/Deaf and disabled songwriters. Morwenna is an excellent communicator, she is fantastic at facilitating conversations, and getting the most out of participants. Her calm and gentle approach provided a safe space for participants, and allowed for highly productive conversations."
- Chris O’Neill, Director – Creative Programs & Stakeholder Engagement, APRA AMCOS
"What a stellar panel discussion, led brilliantly by you!! It really was a fantastic discussion and the way you structured it enabled a deep-dive into some of the key challenges/topics to be addressed by the sector. Thank you again, I'm patting myself on the back for reaching out to you!!”
- Suzan Williams, Executive Director, Stage Queensland
“Morwenna was incredible to work with. She tailored a program based on requested insights from the Western Australian Museum team, delivered her findings and teachings in an effective and engaging manner, and provided wonderful guides to be able to apply these learnings into the future, for a more accessible way to engage with our audiences. Couldn’t recommend her services enough.”
- Amy McKie, Manager of Marketing and Audience Development, Western Australian Museum
"Morwenna is a joy to work with. She has been at MCA Australia for six months, doing 1.5 days a week - 1.5 days of Morwenna is worth at least double that of anyone else's time! I am in awe of how quickly she fitted into the culture of the MCA, supporting the Access team and contributing valuable ideas to important strategic discussions."
- Gill Nicol, Director - Audience Engagement, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia
"Working with Morwenna was fantastic! She provided Monkey Baa with excellent disability awareness training and conducted a thorough website accessibility audit for us. Her expertise was evident throughout the entire process, and her training was informative, engaging, and tailored to our specific needs."
- Kevin du Preez, Executive Director, Monkey Baa Theatre
“I have worked with Morwenna Collett both in her roles as a former CEO of Accessible Arts NSW and as a trainer/ educator. We have engaged Morwenna to provide accessibility training to the sector, and has incorporated her Churchill Fellowship research in accessibility in the music industry to share best practice and practical approaches to accessibility and inclusion for d/Deaf and disabled people."
- Lena Nahlous, CEO, Diversity Arts Australia
"Building an access and inclusions strategy from the ground up for a global festival is no small feat, but Morwenna expertly and calmly guided us through creating our Disability Inclusion Action Plan. She tailored the outcome specifically for the intersectionalities of people with disability and the LGBTQIA+ community, while coordinating with multiple internal departments and external working groups. Her knowledge of festivals and events is invaluable and her passion for creating truly accessible environments is inspiring."
- Alex Daoust, Executive Producer, Sydney World Pride