I am a socially-driven entrepreneur, hybrid thinker and sustainability leader with almost 20 years working in the field. I am a Masters in Social Innovation for Sustainable Development candidate, and bring 15 years of experience as a practitioner living and leading in proximity with communities facing extreme environmental degradation and economic poverty in Central America.
I am the coFounder of a UNESCO award-winning organization – SERES – where I currently serve as a Board Member and Senior Advisor.
An internationally recognized facilitator, I have worked with communities and organizations in Africa, Australia, Europe, North America and Latin America, in a variety of settings.
I bring an engineer’s love for solving problems, a pioneering spirit and an entrepreneurial mindset to everything I do, along with a deep and unwavering commitment to justice and equality for people and the Planet.
“I loved this week so, so much and feel I am leaving as a more thoughtful, well-rounded, confident woman with a wonderful, beautiful team by her side.”
Participant, Women’s Leadership Retreat
“Let us not pray to be sheltered from dangers but to be fearless when facing them”
“Corrina is talented in bringing out the best in people; whether individually or in groups. Passionate, visionary, dedicated, patient, all around amazing.”
Participant/Fellow, Transformative Sustainability Leadership Retreat
“Corrina is an empathetic, wise human being and great facilitator. She has a special sense for people and asking the right questions at the right time. I was also impressed by her efficiency and professionalism. Thank you for this great learning opportunity!”
Project Collaborator, Transformative Leadership Retreat
“What I’m doing isn’t a job. I’m on a quest, and a quest that is deeply in alignment with my values. A quest in which who I am informs what I do.”
“I have had the privilege of working with Corrina and of seeing how she touched so many lives in rural Guatemala. When the eruption of Fuego Volcano wreaked havoc, she worked tirelessly to provide relief to her community. Corrina is a thoughtful leader who inspires me with her steadfast dedication and integrity.”
Diana de Castro, (former) Chief Alliance Officer, Pro Mujer
She’s The First
Women's Leadership Retreat
Board Member, Senior Advisor
"You can't solve today's problems with yesterday's solutions." And yet strangely enough, so many of us are trying to do just that.
The Challenges of Leadership in the 21st Century: yes it’s lonely at the top but does it have to be?
It’s lonely at the top but does it have to be? Co-leadership offers an alternative way to meet the challenges of leadership in the 21st Century
Local leaders don’t just have skin-in-the-game, they have their lives on the line. But right now when it is most needed, they cannot get funding to do the crucial work of supporting their communities where they hurt most.