Corrine is the Youth Programs Assistant at Able South Carolina. As a member of the Youth Team, she ensures that each staff member is provided with the necessary resources to assist their consumers. She also works to help the team in coordination of events and program development.

Corrine was born at 26 weeks and has overcome many obstacles throughout her life as a proud individual with several disabilities. Her passion has always been to assist and empower other individuals who have disabilities on their journey to becoming independent. Her family has always supported and encouraged her as she pursued her dreams. She first became involved with Able SC as a consumer, then she transitioned into being an EQUIP Leader in August 2016. She received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Erskine College in May 2017 and obtained her master’s degree in social work from Winthrop University in May 2019.

During her spare time, Corrine enjoys spending time with family, reading a book, watching one of her favorite musicals, and playing with her cat (Monster), among other things. Her favorite cuisine is Japanese and she also enjoys hot tea and hot chocolate, especially during winter.

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