Corinna Yazbek

Corinna led strategic partnerships, communications, and development efforts to build and sustain a safe and just New Orleans. For 15 years, she’s worked with organizations and community leaders on the intersections of economic justice, mass incarceration, and reproductive justice, including with New Orleans-based groups. For the past five years, Corinna has provided training, analysis, and expertise on the impacts of the national anti-sex-trafficking movement on already criminalized communities. The first in her family to attend college, Corinna graduated from Mount Holyoke College in 2001 where she majored in American Studies, concentrating on gender, race, and power.