Morgan Cataldo dedicates her professional life to developing and advocating for participatory practice and peer education as essential levers for creating true, lasting, powershifting systemic change in services for historically excluded communities.
In her independent consultancy practice, morgan&co, Morgan advises, coaches and consults with organisations across Australia who seek to understand the role of power in their everyday work and how they can design and shape more meaningful policies, programs, and services by partnering with people with lived experience relevant to their purpose.
Morgan holds a degree in Social Science and serves on the Board of The Constellation Project.
In this very powerful episode, Morgan and I explore the intricacies of language, listening and interpretation. We dance from poetry to power and everything in between, as Morgan weaves in some fascinating stories, memorable quotes and a few truth bombs. It really is a must-listen.
How you can connect with Morgan:
- LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/morganleecataldo/
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/morgancataldo
- The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows by John Koenig
- Poetry: Mary Oliver, Jean Cocteau, Audre Lorde
- TED Talk – The danger of the singular narrative by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
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