Corinne graduated from Arcadia University with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology in 2002. She continued her education at Drexel University’s Hahnemann Creative Arts in Therapy program, where she was presented with the Art Therapy Clinical Excellence Award and earned a Master of Arts in 2007. She has continued working as a Registered Art Therapist in mental health facilities, schools, therapeutic day camps, and community-based programs. She is a past president of the Delaware Valley Art Therapy Association (now known as the Pennsylvania Art Therapy Association) and has given numerous professional presentations to local school districts, treatment centers, non-profits, conferences, and universities. For many years, she has been supervising undergraduate and graduate students within clinical and non-clinical settings. Corinne recently returned to Arcadia University as an adjunct faculty member teaching the Introduction to Art Therapy and Internship courses.
She is excited to be a part of the Girls Lead program as it combines many of her skills and passions: leadership development; self-directed, project-based learning; centering and empowering young people to make choices; and advocacy.