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Louise O’Reilly

Nurtured 2024

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How To Create an Inclusive Business

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Growing up, I went through some tough times dealing with racism and exclusion that really took a toll on me and my sense of self. It often felt like I didn’t belong, even in my own country, which led to some serious struggles with my mental health, especially during my teenage years. There were moments when I even questioned my place in this world.

But you know what? Like many Aboriginal people, I found a way to become incredibly resilient. I learned how to navigate a world filled with racism and discrimination. Then, something truly beautiful happened – I became pregnant with my first child. It hit me like a ton of bricks that I was about to bring a child into a world that still harbored so much racial hate toward Aboriginal people. That was my wake-up call. I realised I needed to be part of the change.

So, I started sharing my story as an Aboriginal woman, I began blogging, and I got vocal about Aboriginal human rights and inclusion. Eventually, this path led me to become an Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Allyship coach for business owners. I believe that business leaders hold immense potential to create positive social change, and I’m here to help them do it in a way that’s unique, genuine, and aligned with their values.

About Louise

Louise, a Warrwa-Noongar Aboriginal woman, is a relentless force against the oppressive status quo. Fueled by her love for her children, she’s on a mission to ignite the creation of a more inclusive world by reshaping the entrepreneurial world with inclusivity at its core. As an Inclusion, Diversity, Equity & Allyship coach, she supports heart-centered entrepreneurs, offering the Inclusion Creators Collective Membership which is filled with masterclasses, live workshops, coaching calls, and expert guest speakers. Louise’s vision of a world where everyone is safe, free, and accepted to be their authentic self guides her powerful, yet gentle and compassionate coaching style. Beyond her business, Louise is a co-author of A Woman’s Journey To Empowerment. She was a freelance writer for Amnesty International Australia, a radio host on Noongar Radio, and a Miss NAIDOC Perth finalist.


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