Walk Together NZ
Throughout her 20 year career in education Arama has experienced high levels of success from being the first remote school teacher to be awarded Teacher of Exemplary Practice status, to being the youngest principal in her region at the age of 25. Arama has bought about impactful change in the communities she has worked in as well as with a broad scope of stakeholders, including state officials and business representatives.
The majority of her work has been in Australia’s most remote regions working with Indigenous peoples in both Central Australia and in Western Australia. Arama is now the Director of Walk Together, a co-design participatory approach to help organisations, stakeholders and communities to work through change particularly in the intercultural space – where multiple worldviews are present. She is based in Auckland, New Zealand, and is available for facilitating complex social change.