Shaping and Enhancing Reconciliation in Australia

Nov 03
Expand your knowledge of Indigenous culture within your projects team.


Join us for a WA Chapter Connect in-person event. A panel and networking event for project managers providing perspectives on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander participation in projects. Come along and learn from experts in the legal field, a business driving and supporting Aboriginal engagement in the project space, an Aboriginal design consultant and artist and a national consultancy firm progressing its own reconciliation journey both within its team and externally with clients as it delivers projects.

Event takeaways:

  • Opportunities to introduce Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander participation in projects.
  • Getting your project off to the right start - Tips and tricks for navigating the native title process
  • Expanding knowledge of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander culture within your organisation and project teams

Who is this event for?

  • Project Directors/ Managers
  • Students
  • Procurement specialists


This event is proudly sponsored by:



Members $0 | Non Members $15 
CPD Points: 4 


Marshall McKenna Marshall is a partner in Gilbert + Tobin’s Disputes + Investigations group with extensive experience of native title, environment, planning and other land access issues in addition to intellectual property, privacy and Freedom of Information issues.
Reece Dempster - Event MC Reece has been involved in projects for over 10 years, with experiences in supplying projects, contracting to projects and client management of projects. As VP of the WA Chapter, He enjoys providing opportunities for project professionals to enhance their expertise and grow their networks. 
Tracy Mackay Tracy is a Project Director at NS Group and the organisation’s RAP champion.  Tracy has several decades of experience delivering projects across Western Australia and will share with you the NS Group journey to grow knowledge of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Culture and lessons for introducing culture and indigenous opportunities within your projects.
Scott Patterson Scott is a Yawuru/Nyikina man and Director at Ochre Project Services. Ochre Project Services brings a contemporary, high quality approach to project services specialising in both the Residential and Commercial sectors for Development and Project Management supporting Aboriginal engagement in the project space.
Darryl Bellotti Darryl is an Indigenous man of both Yamatji and Nyoongar descent.  He works as a Graphic Designer and Consultant to both government and the private sector, using his creative abilities to pass on traditional knowledge, and work to ensure people from around the world get to share in the rich and diverse culture of his people.

Marshall McKenna

Reece Dempster - Event MC

Tracy Mackay

Scott Patterson

Darryl Bellotti