As a proud Wiradjuri woman, Corinna comes from a family of First Nations artists, sports stars, cultural advisors and advocates. She was brought up to strongly champion First Nations rights, stories and community. She dedicates her time to advocating for and supporting our First Nations youth to better understand how to have a voice in the battle for First Nations climate justice; whilst affirming Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander’s ability to exercise the right to self-determination.
Corinna is an experienced manager, leader and project officer with extensive background in communications, social media and project management within government service delivery and climate sectors. Corinna has a passion for mentoring young people, developing strong leaders and implementing innovative organisational strategies.
As a leader, Corinna is valued for her ability to face challenging and unprecedented situations as a change agent to bring teams together, amplify and inspire our First Nations leaders, set new standards and achieve incredible outcomes. Originally starting in Seed as the Chief Operations Officer supporting the foundational build of a brand new organisation; her passion, drive, focus and personal commitment to the values and mission of Seed has seen her lead the organisation as Interim Chief Executive & Operations Officer since December 2022.
Corinna was appointed SEED’s Chief Executive & Operations Officer in August 2023. She continues to lead the Seed Indigenous Youth Climate Network building a movement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people advocating for climate justice.