Morwenna Collett is deeply committed to divesity and inclusion and is particularly passionate about increasing accessibility within the music industry. Morwenna has a Bachelor Music in Advanced Performance and a Masters in Music (Performance and Research) from Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University, and a Graduate Certificate in Public Sector Management from Flinders Univesrity. Morwenna has a Certificate IV in Assessment and Workplace Training from Marc Radcliffe Institution, a Certificate IV in Access Consulting through the Access Institute and a Prince2 Project Management certificate from ALC Training. Morwenna is an acoomplished leader, consultant, and facilitator with 15 years' experience in government, arts, not for profit and university sectors. Morwenna has worn the hats of CEO, Board Director, senior management team member, project manager, lecturer, researcher, trainer and advisor. Morwenna is sought after for her expertise in the fields of the arts, disability and accessiblity, with her work influenced by her own lived experience as a musician with disability. Morwenna has helped transform approaches to diversity for a wide range of organisations, including the Unlimited Comissions Programme (UK), National Gallery of Australia, Sydney Festival, Sydney Film Festival, Melbourne Fringe Festival, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Art Gallery NSW, Museum of Contemporary Art, Opera Queensland, Sydney Living Museums, Blacktown Arts Cente and the Australia Council for the Arts. Morwenna has developed national programs and initatives, contributed to significant pieces of national arts and disability policy, raised funding from new revenue streams and expanded organisations into new areas. Morwenna currently runs her own arts consulting business, specialising in diversity, access and inclusion. She is also currently the Interim CEO at Accessible Arts, a Board Director of Arts Capital and an accessibility advisor fo rthe City of Sydney, Sydney Festival and Perth Festival. Morwenna was previously the Chair of the Sydney Arts Managers Advisory Group and has held senior management roles at the Australian Council for the Arts.