Corinne Hammons is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Little Flower Children and Family Services of New York. She is responsible for implementing the strategic vision and mission for Little Flower’s services for children, families, and developmentally disabled adults in New York City and Long Island, including its affiliate St. John’s Residence for Boys. She is responsible for the sustainability, effectiveness, and stewardship of the affiliated organization.
Corinne has a longstanding interest in the strategic design and implementation of effective programs to help families reach their full potential while ensuring the organization’s long-term success and growth. She has deep expertise in strategic thinking and risk management, as well as crisis response and management. She is particularly interested in designing career pathways for emerging leaders in our field and serving as a mentor both formally and informally.
She values the opportunity to collaborate with peer organizations to pursue her passion for innovation and leadership development to benefit all New Yorkers. Corinne serves as the Board President of the Collaborative for Children and Families. She sits on the board of the Catholic Federation of Social Services Agencies in Brooklyn and Queens, Council of Family and Child Caring Agencies, Health and Welfare Council of Long Island, Human Services Council, and IDD/CW Collaborative. She is a member of the NYC Mayor’s Non Profit Resiliency Committee. She is a Board of Education Member of the Little Flower Union Free School District and a Board member of St. John’s Residence for Boys.
Corinne holds an AB in Economics from Harvard University and a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the Wagner School of Public Service at New York University. She holds an Executive Certificate in Nonprofit Management from Georgetown University. She is a graduate of the Energeia Partnership, a regional stewardship program on Long Island. Corinne was the recipient of the Long Island Business News 40 Under 40 in Business award, the 2019 Notable Women in Human Services Hall of Fame award, and named one of City & State’s 2020 Responsible 100.