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Services

I provide consultancy services to arts organisations, not for profit organisations, government agencies and universities across Australia and internationally.

 

I bring particular expertise in diversity and inclusion, with specialisation in disability and accessibility.

 

There are two areas of projects I primarily focus on:

 

  • Strategy, policies, plans and audits

  • Review, evaluation, research (including consultation).

 

Examples of services I provide include:

 

  • Diversity and inclusion strategies

  • Disability and accessibility plans, policies and audits 

  • Assistance with funding applications  

  • Strategic Plans and Business Plans

  • Disability Equality Training

  • Board diversity and recruitment

  • Access Program development and coordination

  • Inclusive programming advice

  • Venue accessibility assessments

  • Research and evaluation, social impact

  • Community consultation and workshop facilitation

  • Guest lectures on arts, diversity, access and inclusion issues

  • Writing on arts, diversity, access and inclusion issues.

 

I’m happy to discuss other types of projects as well – just ask!

I am an experienced author and speaker and love sharing ideas around all things to do with the arts, diversity, access and inclusion. For enquiries, please contact me.

You can find out more about my speaking here and writing here

Morwenna running a Zoom Train The Traine

Image description: Morwenna facilitating a Zoom training session with 8 participants in Gallery View, smiling at the camera.

Getting Started 

If you’re thinking about tackling diversity, access and/or inclusion for your team/organisation it can feel overwhelming - and can sometimes be tricky to break down into manageable parts.

 

To mitigate this, as part of my work I offer a free one hour consultation to help talk through your ideas, what assistance you may need and what your priorities may be. The consultation is based on the understanding we may not necessarily work together - it really is a professional chat with your nerdy diversity, access and inclusion friend.