Corinne joined the MOCA Board of Directors in May 2019.
Corinne was diagnosed with Stage 3A, Grade 3, clear cell ovarian cancer in June 2014. After dealing with several related complications and follow-up surgeries, she has been NED (no evidence of disease) since March 2015.
Corinne received her B.A, in Linguistics from the University of Minnesota and her Masters in Library Science from Dominican University in Chicago.
Now retired, she was the archivist at Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington and the consulting archivist at Best Buy Corporate Headquarters in Richfield. She has been active in volunteer work at the Saint Catherine University archives and set up her church library when she lived in Montana.
Corinne also volunteers at health fairs throughout the state, representing MOCA to underserved communities such as homeless shelters and different cultural/ethnic groups ranging from Rochester to the Fond du Lac reservation.
She is widowed with two grown children, two grandchildren, and two cats.