Co-Founder and Director, Bullroarers; External Contributor
Cornelius (Neal) McGarrity is the Co-Founder and Director of Bullroarers, and a proud Indigenous Biripi-Dunghutti man with a strong career spent serving community and country.
He has continually served his country, first as a member of the Australian Army where he operated overseas in support of wider international task forces, before providing specialist services as a NSW Police Officer. Throughout his 30+ year career, Neal has been instrumental in championing several landmark reforms for corporate and government clients, including delivering Cultural, Situational and Environmental Awareness workshops to industry leaders, implementing an umbrella corporate WHS management system for a large government department, and leading a security team responsible for protecting a government embassy.
Since co-founding Bullroarers, Neal has used his excellent communication skills to act as a central point of contact for clients, coordinator of projects, conduct geospatial reconnaissance activities and provide community and cultural insights. In his spare time, Neal continues to serve his country as a Military Police Officer with the Army Reserves, and manages the Angel Feather Foundation, a charity which he created to provide support to those dealing with terminal and life-threatening illnesses – testament to his work ethic and “deeds not words” ethos.