Heather Ellis BIO

Heather is a community leader, social worker and changemaker driven by her creativity, energy and collaborative spirit. When Heather Ellis left farming 15 years ago to go to University as a mature student she discovered life has more to offer than she’d dreamed of.

Her work currently includes domestic violence prevention, growing rural leadership & supporting individuals, teams and communities to grow.  Heather’s dreams are to enable folks in the city and the bush to dream and achieve big.

As the principle consultant from BlueWren Consulting, Heather brings a passion for community and creativity to developing fun and empowering learning programs for people of all ages. She has excellent skills and experience in workshop design, facilitation and improvement. Heather has provide training and education for professionals and community members from a range of diverse backgrounds. Heather’s background includes working in the areas of family and domestic violence, sexual assault, child protection and rural leadership.




We are committed to enabling individuals, teams and communities to achieve their full potential in all that they do. In a supportive and developing way, we work alongside individuals, teams and communities to find their own answers and to be self -sufficient.


We believe in the power of learning and the possibility of growth. We are curious and always searching for improvement, being honest an true to ourselves and others.



We care for and respect each other and our clients and the environment. Respecting every individual is different, has diverse skills, perspectives and aspirations.

Our Focus – Our Principles

Why the name?

The Blue Wren appears in folklore around the world, in stories that include intelligence, strengthen of mind, endurance, ambition and bravery.

The Blue Wren represents a new period of incoming energy, increased activity and heightened alertness in mental, physical, and emotional areas. There is clarity with a creative vibrancy along with activated confidence in the ability to adapt to any situations. The Blue Wren gives you the ability to adapt and thereby become resourceful. To use what is available.

On a more personal note, ever since the death of my beloved Granny Dorothy there has been a small wren like bird that is constantly around me at all times. I believe that this is my Granny Dorothy looking out for me and my family.

Blue Wren allow us to trust our vision of the future.