success stories

fallon arcifa,
team leader, vic

With plans to grow their family, Fallon and her husband began looking into different options to increase their financial freedom. After weighing up the cost of starting a traditional business with her husband, Fallon discovered that there was a cheaper way to determine her earning potential and still be a stay-at-home mum. Now in her 4th year with Lorraine Lea, Fallon is turning over twice as much as she would have in the business she'd considerd investing in and still enjoying time with her kids.

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cherrie blockley,
regional leader, vic

A mother of four kids, working full-time wasn’t an option for Cherrie. Feeling fortunate to have found a company that allows her the flexibility to put her family first, Cherrie now runs a multi-million dollar business in Victoria, while still being there for her children and grandchildren.

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mandy ingenito,
senior team leader, sa

Being a stay-at-home-mum was important for Mandy, so after her maternity leave, she made the decision to start a Lorraine Lea business and plan her hours around her family needs. Living in a rural town, Mandy supplies the whole town with their linen and homeware, and has also expanded her network to surrounding towns. She says starting her own business was one of the best decisions she’s ever made.

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Kiri o'brien, team leader, wa

Kiri O'Brien always wanted to be a stay at home mum, but after selling the Florist she had owned and operated for 8 years she realised she missed having a social outlet during the day. The Lorraine Lea opportunity appealed to her because it allowed her 'me' time while also contributing to the family finances. Today, Kiri has built a significant business, that has seen her on company trips to Paris and Singapore, and earning more than she could have as a florist, all while still being able to be home with her children.


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Rachell Mudie, senior team leader, vic

Before Lorraine Lea, Rachell Mudie of Victoria was juggling a full-time accounts job, coaching netball teams and ferrying her three kids to all their sporting commitments. Now a Senior Team Leader, Rachell turns a considerable profit and inspires a team of other women, to achieve their own dreams. With a career she is passionate about and the ability to 'be there' for her family's important moments, Rachell is never going back to working a 'regular job'.

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Mandy Hudson, senior district leader, qld

For Mandy Hudson, her decision making has always revolved around what's best for her 3 kids. Swapping work in the mines for a home business when she became pregnant with her first child, Mandy was familiar with the flexibility her Lorraine Lea business could provide. So, when she began parenting three children on her own, it made perfect sense to take her operation to the next level. Now, with a business that generates sales of more than $1.6 million a year, she encourages everyone to seriously consdier a Lorraine Lea career.

melinda felix, senior stylist, vic

When she decided to start her Lorraine Lea business, Melinda Felix, was struggling to make ends meet. After seeing an ad in her local paper, she invested her last $100 on her Starter Kit deposit and has since built a successful business that has paid for her wedding, investment properties and the building of her own home. Encouraged by the flexibility and earning potential her business provides, Melinda has been able to build a career that has grown with her family.

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Lissy Verity,
district leader, Vic

A career change in her 50’s, Lissy has transformed her life since selling her pet store. “At first I only did parties part-time, even though I was making more money than running my pet store. My wake-up call came in the form of a heart-attack, along with a major operation. I decided to close the pet store and focus on my Lorraine Lea business.  It has been the best thing I’ve ever done in my life."


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