Disability and Diversity Training

Kerrie has experience in speaking to small and large community groups both locally and overseas. She addresses private and public organisations and offers disability awareness training to local, state and national government.

As a member of the City of Melville Access Advisory Committee Kerrie has helped train and inform local community government staff and has also spoken to other Town’s advisory groups and councils.

Previously in paid and voluntary capacities she addressed Rotary and Lions groups for fundraising and awareness raising purposes.

Kerrie has expertise in human rights issues such as disability rights; gender and development; cultural awareness; systemic and individual advocacy. She is also well versed in policy development, governance and administration.

Kerrie has a passion for seeing future generations become inclusive and accepting of diversity and speaks to school students on a range of issues.

To find out more about how Kerrie Duff Consulting can assist you take a look at the Facebook page or contact Kerrie via Linked In or Twitter.

Down the rabbit hole


Getting sidetracked when preparing a presentation for a group of 65 or so librarians and museum staff on issues around disability inclusion is to be expected from me, with my Myers Briggs enfp’ishness. (Check out Myers Briggs and Steven Covey if you don’t know what this means.)

Or so you all probably think.

What is not standard is the lass putting her technological skills into overdrive and creating a new fb page for her business.

So if you want to take a trip down the rabbit hole with me, do join me at Kerrie Duff Consulting on Facebook. It’s a work in progress.

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Welcome on the journey.