Jo Sandhu #SheInspires

Jo Sandhu is the author of the children’s book ‘Tarin of the Mammoths’. This is the first story in a series published by Penguin Random House. Jo was so inspiring when she told the honest story of her writing journey at this year’s Children […]

Pam Barker #SheInspires

DOOR ALWAYS OPEN FOR YOUNG PEOPLE It’s been a torrid few weeks at the Fortitude Valley Open Doors Youth Service as the same sex-marriage survey heads towards resolution. But CEO Pam Barker and her dedicated staff have taken it all in their stride […]

Lauren Shuttleworth #SheInspires

Lauren Shuttleworth is determined to create change in the most sustainable and impactful way possible. Creating Words with Heart, her custom design stationery business, she is an inspiration to women entrepreneurs everywhere. Helping to fund education days for girls in developing countries as well as […]

Michelle Loch #SheInspires

Cultivating our brainpower to enhance our leadership skills will be the next big thing in the self-help development sphere and neuroscience leadership coach Michelle Loch is on the forefront, helping businesses and organisations create better work environments. “I had found that using neuroscience as a […]

Edwina Shaw #SheInspires

Brisbane author Edwina Shaw has many passions, such as mental health, women’s issues, yoga and travel. But it is the ability to use her writing gift as a tool for healing and compassion that inspires her the most. Edwina’s story is one […]

Cass Moriarty #SheInspires

Cass Moriarty is a local author and mother of six children. She only began writing after the birth of her sixth child. Her first novel ‘The Promise Seed’ and latest novel ‘Parting Words’ look at some of the secrets hidden within families and communities. Her […]

Hillary Wall #SheInspires

It started in a American university dorm and so far has left its coloured hand print in three of Australia’s most vibrant capitals. Brisbane’s Hillary Wall continues to amaze herself and others with how she has been able to transform a dream […]

Kristie Pain #SheInspires

Like many four year old girls around the world, little Audie Pain from the Gold Coast is going to marry Prince George, currently the third in line to the British throne. She knows this because like many doting great grandmothers around the […]

Rhianna Buchanan #SheInspires

You are Australia’s first ever female Monster Jam truck driver! How did you start driving these monstrous trucks? After I finished studying Event and Hospitality Management, I met my partner who was working in entertainment doing motorbike stunt shows. That’s where I […]

Lyndall McCormack #SheInspires

Lyndall McCormack, farmer, wife, mother, community leader and a lover of  music makes no bones about it. She is proud of her country Queensland roots in the Darling Downs and how the people living there don’t flinch at challenges. An insight into […]

Bernadette Oshea #SheInspires

How is it that Brisbane has a world-renowned champagne expert living here? This is where my home is, and I have enjoyed spreading the champagne word in this beautiful part of the world. Where were you born and is it true that […]

Deanna Lane #SheInspires

Could you please tell us a little about yourself – who you are and what you do professionally? My name is Deanna Lane and I head up a firm called Fastlane Consulting Group our purpose is to energise your business, empower your staff and […]

Brie Stevensen #SheInspires

What is your background? I’m a make-up artist and hairstylist by trade, I started in theatre and eventually moved into photographic work. I always joke that I could have been born with a make-up brush in my hand! Being on set is so […]

Vanessa Fowler #SheInspires

On a sunny Saturday five years ago, Vanessa Fowler made a promise to achieve justice for her murdered little sister. It was Allison Baden-Clay’s funeral and hundreds were gathered to pay their respects including Allison’s three young daughters and her husband Gerard […]

Estee Lee #SheInspires

It is more than 30 years since Estee Lee was robbed, as a child, of her ability to walk in a horrific car crash that also killed her Dad – Richard, and injured her brother. She was five. Her neck was broken in three places. […]

Christine Wells #SheInspires

I first met author Christine Wells at a book signing for her first dual timeline novel ‘The Wife’s Tale’. We clicked straight away and after attending some of Christine’s author talks, her success as a local Brisbane author have inspired me to […]

Kylie Lowe #SheInspires

Kylie Lowe is one of those people who thrives on giving. The ever-smiling mother of two daughters is the inspiration and driving force behind the innovative social enterprise Joining Hands which is dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of homeless and […]

Santiyagu Chandran #SheInspires

Tell us a little bit about yourself. The origins of your name? Your age, where you have lived up to now and how long you have been a fitness expert? My name is Santiyagu Chandran, named after my grandma which happens to […]

Dolly Bhargava #SheInspires

Tell us a little bit about yourself – who you are and what you do I am a speech pathologist with a Masters in Special Education. I have over seventeen years personal and practical experience working with children and adolescents with Emotional and Behavioural […]

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