Corinne Hancock is the former the Director of Clinics and Training Programs for Project C.U.R.E. A global leader in bringing medical aid to low-income countries. She brought together multi- generational, multi-cultural teams to train leaders, open clinics and deliver medical care in some of the most remote locations on the planet.
Corinne is a certified leadership coach and has worked on numerous contracts with the Department of State and Department of Defense, helping develop the next generation of African Leaders and improve health care systems in some of the most under-served, war torn parts of our world. She is now considered a leader in disrupting the model of aid in Africa. She regularly travels to countries across the African continent working with everyone from heads of state to tribal elders; from US Ambassadors to remote village community members. She challenges them all to create a better way to bring sustainable success to the areas that need it the most. She has worked in conjunction with several for-profit and non-governmental organizations to help them Thrive in Chaos.
Corinne is the Founder of The Curiosity Project, a nonprofit organization that provides health and entrepreneurial opportunities in countries where people have limited access to resources. She regularly leads groups of both medical and non-medical professionals to remote villages where the teams provide medical and entrepreneurial training. She believes that curiosity can create solutions and solve big problems. She challenges perceptions about gender and race, inspiring others to do the same, no matter their situation.