Lorraine Coppin is the Chairperson of Ngaarda Media.
Lorraine has been Cultural Recording, Language, and Archive Manager for Juluwarlu Aboriginal Corporation for 15 years. Juluwarlu started with the aim of recording and preserving the culture of the Yindjibarndi people, and soon transformed into an archiving, publishing, digital media, television broadcasting, media training, cultural consultancy, and advocacy enterprise that employs both Indigenous and non-Indigenous specialists and professionals. Prior to Juluwarlu, Lorraine completed a Certificate III in Multimedia through Pilbara TAFE in 2006, and attended (and presented at) national and state conferences on Oral History, Indigenous Film making, and has also undertaken research at AIATSIS. Lorraine is regularly involved in a consultancy role by academics undertaking research into Indigenous communities.