Corrina is the Office Manager for Spring Impact, supporting the UK team by improving the quality, productivity, and efficiency of the consulting groups and leadership. She is responsible for critical aspects of administration, executive and board support, and talent management.
Prior to joining Spring Impact, Corrina worked at various non-profit organisations in San Francisco and Boston, USA. She primarily worked with children experiencing houselessness or who were newcomers to the United States from Central and South America. The majority of her work centred the educational endeavours of these groups through mentoring and classroom assistance. Corrina attended University College London where she received her master’s degree in the Sociology of Childhood and Children’s Rights, where she researched how mixed-race, non-white young people experienced belonging. She previously obtained her sociology degree from Boston University, where she wrote her seminar thesis on the misrepresentation of Asian and multiracial individuals in the American carceral system and the consequences of this practice.
Corrina is passionate about working with and for young people, especially those who have intersecting memberships in marginalised groups. She is especially interested in racial and ethnic relations in the UK/US and how this affects individual attitudes/outcomes.