Fellows - Corrina Grace

Corrina Grace

Corrina is a driven social entrepreneur, systems thinker, highly accomplished bilingual facilitator and sustainability leader with 15+ years program and management experience and organizational leadership. Skilled in navigating culturally diverse settings; developing context-appropriate, youth-based programming; training highly-skilled leaders; and developing systems-level strategic interventions.

10+ years living and working with disenfranchised, economically marginalized communities with the folks on the frontlines of climate change has solidified a personal commitment to ensuring justice and equality for People + Planet, a commitment that shapes her work at all levels.

Corrina is the Founder of SERES, an internationally award-winning organization that cultivates and catalyzes youth leaders to build more just and sustainable futures in Central America. She holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of New South Wales, Sydney. Corrina brings an engineer’s love for solving problems, a pioneering spirit and entrepreneurial tendencies to everything she does. She is a Fellow of the 10th class of the Central America Leadership Initiative and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.

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Fellow CALI 10