Director Ken Markwell is a sought-after speaker at conferences and seminars.

Ken’s style is passionate, direct and inspiring. The combination of his cultural values, lived experience and professional credibility makes him an engaging and insightful speaker, whose aim is always to connect people and strengthen understanding.


Guest speaker: Speak Easy

Ken Markwell at Speak EasyExtraction Artisan Coffee, Logan City – 24 March 2018

‘Walking in two worlds’

Ken shared his personal journey with café patrons at Extraction’s afternoon ‘conversations of learning and sharing’.

SpeakEasy with Ken Markwell

Key speaker: AEMEE (Aboriginal Enterprises in Mining, Energy and Exploration) Conferences

  • 2017 Cairns: ‘Relationships before transactions: the Yugambeh / Holcim Story’, with Peter Ambrose and Robyn Williams
  • 2016 Canberra: ‘Empowering Indigenous Prosperity’

Keynote presenter: ‘Growing Indigenous Prosperity Forum’

Ken MarkwellKen was keynote presenter and MC at this 2016 event showcasing Ernst and Young’s Indigenous Sector Practice. It included panel members Selwyn Hayes (EY Tahi), Jason Timor (QANTAS), Jade Cordell (Indigenous Business Australia) and Mia Strasek-Barker (Career Trackers)

Empowering Indigenous prosperity, together.

Keynote presentation: MURRA Indigenous Business Masterclass Program 

Melbourne, March 2016 

Presentation: National Native Title Conference

Alice Springs Convention Centre – June 2013

Ken spoke on ‘Communal rights to economic gains: The next chapter of Native Title’

National Native Title Conference 2013 - Alice Springs

What our clients say

  • You did an amazing role facilitating the reef-wide Traditional Owner workshop, given the complex dynamics, in a very respectful and meaningful way. Everyone appreciated how you captured the voices of the participants in your summary. It’s such a tricky role and you were pliable to all the changes in the agenda at a drop of the hat. Congratulations and thank you on a job well done mate!
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