Welcome to Aboriginal Insights

Aboriginal Insights offers professional cultural learning that is in demand from all sectors, with a specific focus on Aboriginal Engagement and Building Relationships.

About Jolleen Hicks

Aboriginal Insights was founded by Ngarluma- Aboriginal woman, Jolleen Hicks, in 2016.

Jolleen has a background that covers successful Aboriginal Engagement with over twenty separate Aboriginal groups in Australia; leadership; and business.

Online Digital Learning

Whether you are new to Cultural Learning or want to further your education, start with Cultural Awareness 101 for all Australian Workplaces. Online, in your own time, from any location. Access to Jolleen to answer any questions, and to support you in your journey to work towards Closing the Gaps in Australia.

Aboriginal Insights

Bringing a higher level of understanding, respect, and appreciation of the diverse and different Aboriginal Communities in Australia through learned expertise and authentic personal experiences. Sharing the many lessons and learnings gained from Aboriginal People’s.

IN PERSON WORKSHOPS – delivered virtually

This is a interactive workshop where all attendees are participating and sharing their own experiences with Jolleen and others and to further their understanding to engaging with aboriginal communities.

Aboriginal Voices

Sharing and promoting the voices of Aboriginal People about matters that are important to them without breaching cultural protocols relating to the “Right to Speak”.


Essential Aboriginal Insights


About this Book

This book is essential for Workplaces involved in Education, Health, Training, and Employment that targets Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people.

Wangga About Our Founder

What the people are saying
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“Jolleen is a thorough professional and will certainly provide a meticulously prepared program for your organisation.”


“Jolleen is making a difference. Not just for herself as a skilled professional able “to walk both sides of the street” but someone who has returned to her own community to help bring understanding and respect between us with our Western culture and her people with their ancient culture. I admire her tremendously. ”


“She has never wavered in her determination to use her talents and skills to build capacity in her own Aboriginal community as well as conducting a successful business. To me she is a poster woman for the way ahead for Aboriginal people and I am proud to be a friend.”