EY’s vision for reconciliation
It is our vision to embed reconciliation across EY to drive improved social and economic outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and enhance relationships between Australia’s First Peoples and other Australians.
We will achieve this by supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in developing business, education and employment opportunities for individuals and communities and advocating for a level playing field socially and economically.
EY’s new Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) will continue to focus on the key elements of education and entrepreneurship.
We will do this by increasing our organisation’s cultural capabilities, valuing of the rich cultural heritage of Australia, collaborating with local organisations as they develop business, education and employment opportunities within their communities, and by partnering and advocating for the social and economic advancement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
EY RAP Working Group
- Terence Jeyaretnam, RAP Leader and Partner, Climate Change and Sustainability Services
- Sara Redmond-Neal, Manager, Climate Change and Sustainability Services
- Megan Ball, Associate Director, Brand, Marketing & Communications
- Alison Burgess, Manager, Oceania Diversity & Inclusiveness
- Alison McLeod, Oceania Recruitment Director
- Amy Crookes, Oceania Procurement Manager, Products & Services
- Dan Simpson, Assistant Director, Learning & Development
- Julia Schulz, Manager, Advisory
- Martha Raupp, Accelerating Growth Marketing Leader
- Melinda Woodlock, Oceania Campus Recruitment Lead
- Pippa Winship, Oceania Diversity & Inclusiveness Recruitment Lead
- Ruth Link, Senior Manager, Indigenous Sector Practice