Annukina Warda has facilitated learning and transformational growth for over 20 years in Australia and abroad.
At her core, she is a skilled communicator and storyteller. She is an educator, youth worker, community engagement specialist and policy and briefing analyst for the NSW government.
She facilitates learning in community colleges, government and the not-for-profit sector and supports teams of community and youth workers deliver solid outcomes for communities across the state.
She is a strong advocate for the rights of children, young people and culturally diverse communities in the state of NSW and continues to work alongside change-makers young and old.
Annukina is passionate about supporting professional women work from a framework of care – care for self, care for the earth, care for each other.
She holds a Bachelor Degree in Social Anthropology and Gender Studies from the University of Sydney and a Graduate Diploma in Education from the University of Technology Sydney.
Annukina is a bicultural, multilingual speaker and presenter.
Ancestral Storytelling for Women’s Empowerment
Presenting strategy to government
Public speaking to inspire change in communities
Facilitating workshops for social policy professionals
Inspirational talks for young leaders
Inspirational talks for women of colour