Corinne’s background in government relations, issue advocacy, political campaigns, and public affairs have driven impact for organizations on a national scale.
Before joining GSG, Corinne was the Legislative and Political Director for Paid Leave for the US, architecting a campaign to win a national paid family and medical leave program. Prior to PL+US, she was the inaugural Director of Advocacy and Public Policy at Girls Who Code, developing their national public policy program to close the gender gap in technology. She was the Director of Outreach and External Affairs at Educators 4 Excellence, focusing on incorporating teacher voice into education policy. Before she discovered weekends, she worked on electoral campaigns across the country, from New Hampshire to Mississippi.
She lives in New York with her husband and two children, but the occasional y’all betrays her Virginia roots. She holds a B.A. in Political Science from Randolph-Macon College.