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E. Guilu Murphy



E. Guilu Murphy (she/her; pronounced: gway-loo) is the child of an immigrant, a product of diaspora, and is always looking for ways to grow and unlearn dominant paradigms of possibility. A skilled healing-centered ICF certified coach, facilitator, community builder, mediator, and end-of-life doula, she is interested in exploring what it means to be in right relationship with ourselves, each other, and the earth for collective liberation, the human dimensions of working together better, and the hard work of healing mind, body, and spirit. Passionate about setting people of color up for success and co-creating empowering spaces for them to lead, she hopes to center the need for liberation in the environmental and social change field with the ultimate goal of supporting a future where everyone can thrive as they deserve.

Guilu received her BA in East Asian Studies and Environmental Studies from Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, and her coaching certificate from Blooming Willow Coaching & Training. She currently lives in unceded Catawba and Waxhaw territory (the particular part known as Charlotte, NC) and enjoys reading, learning, NPR podcasts, queer ecology, Bad Bunny, embroidery, cooking for friends, and imagining/living new possibilities.