Our workshop facilitators have over 30+ years
and 1,650 workshops experience between them
Bevan has been facilitating with groups and teams for 25+ years
He started life on a sheep farm, leaving to study agriculture and psychology
He is an inveterate collector of firewood and often spends Saturdays scouring verge collections for unloved jarrah rafters
He was introduced to facilitation in 1990 and this participatory discipline has been the foundation of his work from that time.
Since then he has worked across diverse sectors including health, agriculture, environment, education, local Government, corporate, Indigenous, and community
In 2011, Bevan travelled to North America to qualify as a Certified Professional Facilitator (CPF), through the International Association of Facilitators.
Bevan brings recognised and acknowledged facilitation expertise to Tuna Blue.
Will has been facilitating with groups and teams for 10 years
His facilitation skills are complimented by degree in
Digital Communications and Anthropology
He most enjoys cross cultural facilitation, having worked with over 40 Indigenous Corporations to build their governance and business skills.
He’s also built digital technologies into his workshops to bring Tuna Blue up to a level of ‘real time reporting’ recently
Will recently completed an intensive Company Directors Course with the Australian Institute of Company Directors
Will has zen-like patience honed over 20 years as a tragic supporter of the Fremantle Dockers football team
We work with a great team of support staff and associates
Lorraine has been with Tuna Blue for 20+ years and manages the office and business operations.
She also provides logistics and desktop support on projects.
Lorraine has travelled and worked worldwide and brings extensive experience and a steady hand to projects.
Rhys works with Tuna Blue to capture the stories and outcomes within our projects.
Working with Rhys allows us to boost your engagement value by providing you with timely web-ready videos to promote your event or project.
Rhys has worked to capture stories ranging from sheep producers to environmental activists and everything in between.