Louise O’Reilly is a Warwa/Noongar woman. She's a blogger, writer, public speaker and school/community workshop facilitator. Louise pursues her passion for Aboriginal empowerment, human rights and closing the gap. Motivated by her spiritual pull back to culture and lost stolen generation family. And inspired by her family to create a better world for all. Louise draws strength from her own journey's struggles with identity and cultural re-connection and channels it into meaningful storytelling for others to benefit from. Louise purposefully alters negative perceptions people have about themselves, Aboriginal people and culture and realigns it by sparking self-realisation within others in line with the universal principals of love, peace and oneness. Outside of her business, Louise is a freelance writer for Amnesty International Australia; won trainee of the year in 2010 for her state government department; she represented Regional WA for National Youth Week 2012; is a WA Aboriginal Leadership Institute Yorga Djenna Bidi alumni and was a Miss NAIDOC Perth Leadership Program finalist in 2018. Louise is also contributes volunteer work for the Uluru Statement from the Heart Peoples Movement, where she advocates for a First Nations voice to be enshrined in the Australian Constitution. Louise lives to serve her community and feels if she can inspire one person to know their strength and power and use it to empower themselves to take positive action in their community, it’ll all be worth it.