Consulting

Kimberly can provide your organisation with consulting services regarding diversity, inclusion and equity across a range of diversity streams. She has extensive experience in researching gender diversity, gender equity, cultural diversity as well as sexual diversity.

Kimberly is subject matter expert on LGBTI Inclusion in the workplace and service provision. She draws on her own experience of a transgender woman to help organisations understand the lived experience of those of diverse sexuality and gender.

She has engaged with Indigenous Australia for decades, even learning to speak Pitjantjatjara.

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Public Speaking

"Kimberly has spoken at Diversity Council Australia (DCA) Seminars on gender diversity (women in leadership), has spoken at several conferences and universities on gender diversity, all with fabulous unsolicited feedback."

She is available to speak at events, on panels and to your workplace, regarding diversity, inclusion, gender equity and recruitment for gender diverse applicants as well as a range of other related subjects.

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Training

Kimberly has extensive experience in designing and delivering training on a range of subjects including LGBTI inclusion in aged care, health provision, disability, mental health.

She will work with your organisation to develop training that suits your needs and your audience.

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About Kimberly

"Kimberly has spoken at Diversity Council Australia (DCA) Seminars on gender diversity (women in leadership), has spoken at several conferences and universities on gender diversity, all with fabulous unsolicited feedback. She has provided thought leadership on many diversity topics and has been a subject matter expert on the Rainbow Tick accreditation (LGBTI Inclusive Service Provision) and the inclusion of transgender and gender diverse people within the workforce. She has insights that would be hard to attribute to others on gender diversity having worked and conversed much of her adult life presenting as male and then experiencing the loss of privilege, power (for want of a better word) as a female – her understanding of gender privilege, power and micro aggressions is incredibly compelling and adds significant weight to many diversity arguments. Her most significant work has been on the inclusion of transgender and gender diverse people within the recruitment process and her work on LGBTI inclusive service provision for Health & Wellbeing service providers. She is a fabulous speaker and facilitator."

Kimberly was awarded the 2018 AWEI Sapphire Inspire Award for excellence in LGBTI inclusion by a lesbian, bisexual or trans woman.

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