Our People

People are the most important resource for FISH and everyone is as important as the other. Together we form part of the whole of FISH and together we work to make a difference in bringing about positive long term sustainable change in the lives of individuals, families, communities, Australia and the world.

Koodah Cornwall


Koodah Cornwall is a Noongar man and Elder from the Wiileman clan, committed to lighting the spirit within and reconnecting Aboriginal people with their culture, community and land to heal their spirit. Koodah was part of the stolen generation and suffered from the impact of generational trauma caused by family separation and breakdown. He has worked for the Department of Education, managed an Aboriginal Corporation for over a decade, worked for the Department of Parks & Wildlife for over 20 years and retired as their State Cultural Coordinator. Koodah has worked with teams from health, justice, corporate (local, state, national and international), government (both state and national), education and community sectors across Australia running cultural training and understanding programs and has been a cultural advisor on a major feature film. For over a decade Koodah has been involved in developing, designing and implementing award winning programs to break the cycle of poverty, generational trauma and engagement of Aboriginal people in the justice system. Koodah is a qualified trainer and assessor and has won many awards including the Multicultural Community Service Award. He wants to enable all people, not just Aboriginal, break the cycle generation trauma, poverty and engagement in the justice system and become valued and positive contributing members of their family and community.

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