Wyatt commenced its Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) journey in 2017, led by a Working Group comprising partners and stakeholders, and under the expert guidance of Parry Agius. We see our ‘Innovate’ RAP as a practical expression of our desire to contribute meaningfully to reconciliation in Australia, reflecting on the way in which we apply our resources to work alongside Indigenous people and communities to do all we can to seek improvements in health, education, housing and living conditions and contributing to a strong sense of unity and shared opportunity.
Wyatt’s Reconciliation Action Plan (Innovate) is overseen by the RAP Working Group:
Gavin Reid – Business and Operations Lead – The Wyatt Trust (Chair)
Tina Brodie – Research Associate – SAHMRI
Natasha Chisholm – Program Manager – Department for Education
John Lochowiak – Manager Aboriginal Services – Centacare
Isaiah Omamogho – Coordinator – Department for Education
Troy Rigney – Career Trackers Intern – The Wyatt Trust
Pam Simmons – Board Member – The Wyatt Trust
Stacey Thomas – Chief Executive Officer – The Wyatt Trust
John van Ruth – Board Member – The Wyatt Trust
The Wyatt Trust supports the amendment of the Constitution to establish a First Nations Voice to Parliament. We believe the opportunity that Australians will vote on later this year will provide a clear pathway to achieving all elements of the Uluru Statement from the Heart. You can read more about our statement here.