Who is CreativelyAble?

Larrée is a CreativelyAble person spreading awareness globally. It is her intention to inspire, break down barriers, and debunk stereotypes. Her life experiences will educate and inspire you to proudly master your best life!
She will:
  • Insist upon equality in every aspect of life
  • Advocate and speak up for herself and others
  • Encourage fitness and healthy habits
  • Offer wellness techniques that holistically address stress, balance, and living from the inside out
  • Use positive messaging to help others focus on what is really important
Larrée has been CreativelyAble since 2004 as a result of an unexpected illness that impacted her nervous system and caused several months of paralysis.  She is a mother, a daughter, a sister, an auntie, a friend, and a strong woman.  She is a fitness buff, a speaker, a writer, an advocate, and a coach for lifestyle, career, and wellness.
She has a bachelor’s degree in Communication and has had a progressive (15+ years) career in Human Resources. She has extensive experience in large Fortune 100 corporate environments specializing in coaching, talent acquisition, business strategy, and leadership development.
Her life has had challenges that many would find defeating. But her personality, laughter and positive approach are contagious and engaging. She empowers and inspires others to embrace the skin they are in by choosing fearlessness, wellness, and fitness.
Larrée is leveraging her life experiences to HELP others and remove the stigma of “dis” abled to all capable. Her giving nature truly desires the very best for all.
Larrée will emphasize the commonalities among us all!  She truly believes that we are all CreativelyAble to do anything, be anything and, accomplish anything, through commitment, love, dedication, and boldness.
While some may stop and stare, she is focused on her desire to motivate, educate, and advocate. She is living her best life vibrantly rolling on her motorized scooter. Her intention is to be a positive and bright light to the world.
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For information on HR consulting, Talent Acquisition consulting, wellness, fitness or life coaching, speaking engagements, or formal advocating please feel free to reach out!
Love, Light, and Living YOUR best life!
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