Corinne is a nurse with a desire to glorify God with her career and show the love of Jesus to others through compassionate health care and nursing education. She received a BSN from Cedarville University in 2005 and an MSN from St. John Fisher College in 2014. Her heart for missions came at a young age, while her parents were on staff at Elim Fellowship, a mission sending organization near Rochester, New York. She participated in several short-term mission trips as a teenager. The health needs of the people she met in Ghana led her to pursue nursing as a career.
She spent the first 10 years of her nursing career as an oncology nurse, working in inpatient, clinic, and infusion center settings. After completing her master’s degree, uncertain of the next step, Corinne prayed for wisdom. The Lord answered this prayer by calling her to medical missions, assuring her of his constant faithfulness.
Corinne spent several weeks at M’Bingo hospital in Cameroon in 2016 and 2017, which sparked an interest in nursing education. She has spent the last several years working as a med-surg nurse and an adjunct nursing instructor. During that time, she visited Cambodia and is planning to serve there as a nurse and a nursing professor.