Cormach is a 32-year-old Yorta Yorta man and father of two. He is the managing director and founder of both Ngarrimili and Strong Brother Strong Sister (SBSS). SBSS is a youth organisation that supports First Nations children and young people to achieve positive social and emotional wellbeing, whilst ensuring connections to culture and community. This is done through cultural mentoring, youth groups and advocacy across all sectors and suicide prevention programs.
Cormach started Ngarrimili in late 2019, drawing from his own journey in business, with the view to creating the best opportunities for the First Nations business community. Ngarrimili is a national charity that supports First Nations businesses with personally tailored supports and engages First Nations business leaders to deliver their expertise services to newly and growing First Nations businesses. This sees Ngarrimili inject over 83% of their turnover back into community. Today Ngarrimili has supported over 1000 businesses with personally tailored supports and are now building co-working hubs, retail stores, cafes and art galleries. Both SBSS and Ngarrimili are First Nations-owned, ran and operated.