Corinne has been on the Unreasonable Team since 2020. Corinne has participated in 5 programs, including Unreasonable Impact UK & Europe 2024, and has advised over 66 Unreasonable companies.
Corinne first became passionate about local innovation and entrepreneurship while working in Southern Africa, traveling around townships, giving micro-entrepreneurial training and mentorship to asylum-seekers, she worked at the forefront of the U.N. Refugee Agency’s innovation program, where she led strategies to engage staff, partners, and refugees in open innovation. She later served as a Financial Technology Specialist, investigating innovations such as Blockchain to include displaced people in the financial economy. Before launching her own social enterprise, Corinne spent a year in residence at MIT’s Sloan School of Management as an Innovation & Global Leadership Fellow, where she completed an MBA in one year while building a social purpose business.
Corinne was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship in 2008 by the U.S. State Department to attend Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy, where she graduated with a Master’s Degree. She has a Professional Certificate in Impact Investing & Social Enterprise Management from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, and a certificate in Sustainability Studies from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She wants to run a fund when she grows up.