Matt Wrigley is a director of Keogh Bay's training and consulting services. Mr Wrigley has qualifications in linguistics and anthropology, and spent many years in the Kimberley region working as an applied linguist on Aboriginal languages. With the Kimberley Language Resource Centre, Mr Wrigley has published a volume of Aboriginal history in 4 Aboriginal languages, a range of language learning materials, as well as developing competency in 2 Kimberley languages. He also worked with the Kimberley Land Council, gaining experience in the operation of Native Title and heritage laws. In 2002, Argyle Diamonds retained his services to advise on cross-cultural communications during its negotiations towards a comprehensive agreement with East Kimberley Traditional Owners. Mr Wrigley subsequently managed the development of Rio Tinto Alcan Weipa’s successful Aboriginal Employment Strategy, and accepted a role in community relations at Weipa which increased Indigenous employee numbers between 2005 and 2009 primarily through effective retention.