• Anny is a proud 4,005th generation descendant of the Ngemba mob from far north western NSW in her mother's family.  From her father's family she is a fifth generation French/English descendent.  

    As a  granddaughter of prominent 20th century Aboriginal Activist Pearl Gibbs,  Anny’s obsession is to continue her grandmother’s work to “Open the Space” between First Nation peoples and the general community.

    She has an extensive background in community development in both Aboriginal, refugee and mainstream sectors.  She has worked with corporates, governments and community based not for profits to assist them to achieve their outcomes. Anny is a highly skilled and engaging communicator and comfortable in board rooms, conference venues and training rooms. 



  • Pearl's Plan

    Are you are interested in how to connect and engage with your local Aboriginal mob?  Are you seeking to build and increase your cultural credibility and reliability? 


  • ReViViFy

    Do you sometimes feel like an outsider in your own workplace? Perhaps you find it challenging to hold your own while living and working across two different cultures? 


  • Acknowledge Country Protocols

    Are you confused about the different first nation protocols? Are you wanting to do an acknowledgment of country yet don't know the name of the mob you want to acknowledge?


  • Soft Skills Super Charger

    Are you at times overwhelmed with the pace, speed and timing of change? Are you looking for ideas to manage change so it doesn't manage you? 


  • I always appreciate learning whatever I can to help aid my professional and personal life regarding Aboriginal relationships with culture. I had never considered the differences between how Aboriginal people communicate compared to western groups .

    Lachlan K

  • I learned about the extensive history of the different facilities Aboriginal people were forced into only 50 years ago.

    Taylor M

  • I was unaware of a large amount of history and have a better understanding of the sources of distrust

    Michelle C

  • We respectfully acknowledge the traditional custodians of the Country on which we live, work and play and commit to building relationships, respect and opportunities with Aboriginal peoples and their communities