Workshops & Programs




Public Speaking

Workshops with Leticia Anne Designs

Brand Discovery Workshop

This workshop is designed to take businesses on the journey to build brand clarity and consistency whether it's for a refresh, rebrand or during the new business identity phase. We explore deeper into the business, ideal customer focus, unique selling proposition prior to developing into interactive exercises to explore your brand archetype, tone of voice & brand appearance through images, fonts & colours.

Leticia Anne public speaking

Independent Consultation & Advocacy

Leticia holds a passion for improving the child protection system for children & youth, especially Aboriginal family in out-of-home care. With expertise held within youth homelessness, mental health, health & wellbeing, cultural respect, effective ways to work and support young people. Leticia was a youth working on the ground in community 7 years prior to commencing her business.


Start Up Deadly Program

Start Up Deadly is an entrepreneurship program for First Nations young people. A 6 month program facilitated by Leticia and her team of mentors. Young people learn about self-employment and skills to support with starting their own business, creating a business plan, brand identity, manage cash flow and funding their business. The program encompasses culture and connection to community, networking opportunities, self-development, and building upon their confidence to create your own path and business.

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Social Media Content Creation
Learn about creating deadly & impactful social media content for your business through practical exercises exploring your target audience, social media content planning, Canva basics level 1 walk through, setting up your content for brand consistency, caption writing, hashtag research & social media engagement.



Leticia painting a young girl's face during ceremony

I have always been passionate about social change, growth and giving back to our community, and have built a team that has these same views and aspirations.

Leticia's Community Experience and Achievements

Completed my Diploma in Community Services

Dance Instructor at PCYC Dubbo

Volunteered at Apollo House Community Centre

Tutored secondary students at Grey St Aboriginal Hostel Ltd

Previously the Chairperson for the Dubbo City Youth Council

Worked as a Caseworker at Uniting DOORWAYS, supporting youth at risk or currently experiencing homelessness.

I stayed in this role until I embraced the next step in my journey as a Youth Development Coach in 2019, Coaching and Mentoring young people 15-21 in foster care.

Youth Ambassador for Absec - NSW Child, Family & Community Peak Aboriginal Corporation (October 2015 - October 2019)

Absec advocates for Aboriginal children and young people in out-of-home care, and child protection.

Young Consultant for Create Foundation, a peak advocacy body for children and young people, also in out-of-home care (June 2015 - current)

Young Consultant for Department of Communities and Justice UCCHANGE (January 2017 - March 2022)

Providing consultation and advocacy for out-of-home care practice and systematic change.

Deputy Chairperson of Youth Action Board of Directors (November 2021 - current)

Awarded Young Person of the Year for AbSec Child, Family & Community Awards 2020

Awarded Indigenous Excellence Award for 7 News NSW/ACT Young Achievers Award 2021

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Leticia during ceremony

Through supporting other young people to work towards their dreams and aspirations daily, I took a step back to reflect on my own. Throughout my life, I’ve always had a creative spark, that was burning in my soul – my flame grew through dance teaching, enjoying photography as a hobby, painting Indigenous Art and shaking a leg out in the bush. It was my place of grounding, and now it’s my place of growth in my career desires as a business owner, creative director, designer & community consultant.

I found a love in supporting and empowering other First Nations led small business, Aboriginal inclusive and community development businesses to embrace and feel a sense of ownership and pride within their business branding and presence.

In December 2020, I was honoured to be awarded the AbSec NSW Aboriginal Child and Family Awards Young Person of the Year. Then in 2021 I was awarded the Transgrid Indigenous Achievement Award from the 7 News Young Achievers Awarders. These are significant achievements and I was, and still am so humble yet blooming in joy, for the amazing recognition.

It’s moment like these, where we can really take the time to reflect on our journey, what we have achieved, alongside the impact we have made, even when these actions that got us to where we are, are actually subconscious gestures we undertake, as that’s just the type of people we are.

To learn more about my journey and who I am

Businesses I've worked with

We would like to acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land that we stand and live upon. The beautiful Country created throughout our Dreamtime over 70,000 thousands of years ago. We’d like to pay our respects to our Elders past, present and future emerging for they how the acknowledge, guidance and resilience of our people. We’d also like to extend our gratitude for the gifts our Mother Earth and Baiame’s creations – for our people, land, waters & sky. We would like to further this to all our First Nations clients, businesses, creatives and community members across all Nations within Australia.