Corrina joined the WNRCD as the District Manager in September of 2015. She has degrees in Environmental Studies focusing on fisheries from SUNY Cobleskill and a B.A. in Biology with a concentration in Limnology from Skidmore College. Previously Corrina worked for environmental not-for-profits and state agencies within upstate NY within the Lake Champlain watershed, conducting water quality and natural resource protection projects and outreach efforts focusing on issues related to water quality, nutrient loading, invasive species, and road salt application. Corrina has also conducted consulting work through her own environmental organization, where she worked with clients to identify, understand and mitigate impacts to water quality utilizing algal analysis. She has numerous articles, blogs and technical papers published and has conducted presentations at professional conferences and for the public and municipal groups. When not working for the protection of natural resources Corrina, her husband and young son enjoy every opportunity to get out and explore the natural world.