About Us

Meaning ‘to dance’ in Wadawurrung, Ngarrimili was established to nurture and support business and entrepreneurship opportunities amongst Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across Victoria.

We aim to drive enduring and sustainable Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander economic development and by doing so, we acknowledge that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have been successful in economic development for over 80,000 years, from trading, agricultural practices, ceremony and many others actions contributing to prosperity.

We bring together a diverse group of talented people to support the best outcomes for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community. If you are interested in joining the family in any capacity please reach out!

We are currently particularly interested in speaking to experienced mentors to support our networks of aspiring and newly established businesses.

 

Meet the Team

 
 
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Cormach Evans - CEO

Cormach is a proud Yorta Yorta man and is the Founder of Strong Brother Strong Sister, a business that works with Aboriginal young people at risk. He is passionate about achieving great outcomes for Aboriginal people .

 
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Coco Eke

Coco is the General Manager of Bad Apples Music, an Aboriginal owned record label whose objective is to nurture Aboriginal excellence. Coco’s experience includes strategic roles within Aboriginal organisations including in the Barunga Festival, Boonwurrung Foundation, Ilbijerri Theatre and The Long Walk Foundation.

 
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Dr Shol Blustein

Shol is the cofounder of Impact Co., an innovative consulting agency delivering positive impact within the health, mental health, disability and social sectors. Since commencing his career as a banking and finance lawyer, Shol – driven by personal experience – has focused his career on delivering social impact.

 
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Ming Low

Ming is an analytical and driven individual who is passionate about achieving a positive social impact in a sustainable manner. He has built a reputation as a leading thinker in the health, disability and mental health sectors, borne out of his extensive work supporting organisations to develop innovative strategies, build financially robust businesses and create sustainable NDIS services.

 
 

Our Partners

 
 
 
 
 

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