Our Board

Cormach Evans

Cormach is a proud Yorta Yorta man and father of two. He is the CEO and Founder of both Ngarrimili and Strong Brother Strong Sister. SBSS is a youth organisation that supports Aboriginal 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 with the out of home and education sectors.
Cormach started Ngarrimili in 2018, drawing from his own journey in business, with the view to creating the best opportunities for the First Nations business community. Cormach is currently residing on Larrakia Country in Darwin.

Rona Glynn-McDonald

Rona is a Kaytetye woman who grew up in Mparntwe on Arrernte Country. With ties to storytelling, economics and narrative change, Rona works with First Nations organisations to shape future systems that centre First Nations people, knowledge and solutions. Rona is the founding CEO of Common Ground and co-founder of First Nations Futures.
Rona works as an advisor to companies and organisations across the not for profit, retail, sport and philanthropy sectors. Through her work with First Nations communities across Australia, Rona aims to create future systems that centre First Nations people, knowledge and cultures.

Keeden Graham

Keeden Graham is a proud Yorta-Yorta, Wiradjuri and Dja Dja Wurrung man. Keedan is a mentor for Strong Brother Strong Sister and is also studying counselling so he can continue to assist young people in his community.
Keeden is working with the Commission for Children and Young People as a Youth Advisor to help guide the Commission working with Children and Young People through COVID19.

Kedeisha Kartinyeri

After completing her Accounting degree, Kedeisha gained invaluable experience working at mainstream accounting firms in Adelaide for 4 years. A proud Ngarrindjeri woman, Kedeisha is now committed to her own business, working together with Aboriginal organisations and providing pathways for other Aboriginal people to follow her professional footsteps. A keen sportsperson, Kedeisha has played state league basketball for the Eastern Mavericks since 2015. And as a committed community volunteer, Kedeisha has completed the 30km Coastrek walk, raising funds for Beyond Blue. She’s also proudly involved in mentoring Aboriginal students.

Shol Blustein

Shol is an innovative and outcomes driven leader in the 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 through innovative activities.
Prior to founding Impact Co., Shol obtained a PhD (on scholarship), worked at Ernst & Young as a strategy consultant, advising some of the largest organisations and government departments throughout Australia, and led a strategy consulting team within a firm led by Boston Consulting Group alumni. Shol is also a current Member of Victorian Disability Advisory Council. Shol is also a co-founder of Ngarrimili.