Arrilla brings Indigenous cultural competency training to the digital age.

“Our vision is to create a culturally competent Australia, one workplace at a time. Expanding our offering from purely face-to-face into digital training enables us to reach a much larger audience, faster. Every Australian deserves to have access to factual, practical information where it relates to their Indigenous counterparts”
Shelley Reys AO

ALL AUSTRALIANS BENEFIT FROM BEING CULTURALLY COMPETENT.

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ALL AUSTRALIANS BENEFIT FROM
BEING CULTURALLY COMPETENT.

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Shelley Reys AO

Awarded an Order of Australia and named one of the Australian Financial Review's 100 Women of Influence.

Previous appointments include:
The inaugural Co-Chair of Reconciliation Australia and Chair of the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence (NCIE).
Vice-Chairman of the National Australia Day Council and the Australian of the Year Awards.

Shelley has been at the forefront of the reconciliation movement
and cultural competency training for over 20 years.
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TESTIMONIALS

"Arrilla has been the benchmark of excellence in service and performance for two decades. Shelley's unwavering commitment to commercial success that enables her to provide free professional advice and support to organisations that otherwise couldn't afford it has had a lasting impact on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations across Australia. Anyone in business, government or the community sector that is serious about making a real and lasting contribution to the lives of Indigenous Australians should be talking to Arrilla."

Jason Glanville, Indigenous Leader

"Shelley (has) brought a wealth of expertise on Indigenous employment and business development creative communication solutions. Shelley provides invaluable guidance and (is) a highly polished facilitator."

Angela Milburn, Director, Program Development and Support Branch I Indigenous Economic Strategy Group Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations

"Shelley's warm nature, along with her ability to communicate and connect with people at all levels, has been an asset to Reconciliation Australia and has helped make a positive difference to our nation. "

Leah Armstrong, Former CEO of Reconciliation Australia.

"Shelley's work is so important. We all need skills and confidence to work with one another better. If we repair the relationship between us we can create a Australia that is truly respectful and celebratory of our Indigenous heritage."

Magda Zubanski

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