Creative Producer, Training & Learning
Pronouns: she / her
As Creative Producer of Training & Learning at Purpose, Corina Kwami is responsible for the planning, management and execution of the Voices Incubator curriculum as it pertains to stakeholder learning sessions, community engagement, participant coaching, and other virtual touchpoints. Through her role, Corina works to build Purpose’s approach to curriculum-building and execution, particularly for future workshops and other interactive learning opportunities.
With a decade of experience in over 20 countries across Latin America, Africa and Southeast Asia, Corina’s career includes stakeholder engagement and advocacy in global health, infrastructure policy and sustainability planning. She has extensive experience in systems thinking, human centered design and collaboration through the arts to cultivate meaningful engagement. Most recently, Corina spent the last 2 years at Royal Academy of Engineering as a Policy Advisor where she led the 'Sustainable living places' work that maps current challenges in creating sustainable homes and infrastructure.
Corina holds a bachelors from the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, masters from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and a doctorate from University College London.
As a former competitive swimmer, Corina is never too far from water. Onstage, Corina is a jazz musician often found performing in London and around the globe (voice and tap) and has been recognised for her impressive grasp of what jazz can teach us about leadership, partnerships, and innovative thinking at the UNLEASH Innovation Lab.