Corinne graduated from Leeds Beckett University in 2004 with a degree in Counselling and Therapeutic Studies and moved back to Suffolk in 2008.
Corinne has worked in the voluntary sector for the majority of career with over 7 years’ experience of supporting families and young people, initially on the front line before moving to a more strategic management level. In 2015, she made the move from the Voluntary sector to Ipswich Borough Council where she led on the programme of activity around issues such as Health and Wellbeing, domestic abuse and hate crime.
Corinne hasmany years of both project and event management experience working with some of the County’s most vulnerable people.
Corinne joined the University of Suffolk in 2017 as Maternity Cover within the neaco (Network for East Anglian Outreach) team to coordinate the Suffolk Element of the NCOP national project but will soon moving onto a new role of Business Development Manager. Within this role, she will be working closely with academic departments and employers to develop the University’s portfolio of Higher and Degree Apprenticeships.