Before joining 100 Resilient Cities, Corinne LeTourneau worked for over ten years in the government and non-profit sector advancing innovative urban strategies and solutions. Most recently, Corinne served as Director for Policy and Planning for Community Solutions, a national non-profit organization dedicated to working on solving complex problems that impact vulnerable people and communities. She managed government relations, designed and implemented programs, and led the strategic direction of the organization’s community revitalization initiatives. Prior to that, Corinne served as the Director of Special Projects for the New York City Department of Transportation where she worked on operational and policy initiatives, including the development of an agency-wide strategic plan that led to the implementation of several green infrastructure projects. Corinne brings vast experience in urban policy to the 100RC team, specifically in issues related to transportation, infrastructure, homelessness, housing, and neighborhood poverty.
Corinne holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from the University of California, Los Angeles and a Master in Public Administration from Columbia University.