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Corryne Deliberto focuses on advocacy around domestic poverty issues within the United States including youth violence prevention, education policy, and U.S. domestic disasters. She works closely with WVUS Domestic Programs in developing and implementing the annual Youth Empowerment Project (YEP), which has impacted hundreds of youth within the United States.
Deliberto currently serves as the Co-Chair of the Gangs and Youth Violence Prevention Task Force of the National Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Coalition.
Deliberto joined World Vision in 2001. Before assuming her current role, she served as the Executive Director of New York Programs, overseeing World Vision's outreach to New York City's at-risk youth and their families. She also served as a member of the Advocacy Council of the Citizens' Committee for Children of New York and a member of the Junior Board of the Enterprise Foundation in New York.
Prior to her New York post, Deliberto served as the Public Sector Grants Manager for World Vision U.S. Programs based in Washington DC, where she worked to secure over $5 million in federal and state government funding for World Vision's projects in eight metropolitan areas throughout the United States.
Before joining World Vision, Corryne was appointed to serve in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives under Secretary Andrew Cuomo. Prior to her term at HUD, Deliberto worked for Catholic Relief Services
(CRS). During her eight years there, she served as the Deputy Director of CRS's Latin America/Caribbean Regional Office and the Director of Operation Rice Bowl, CRS's national Lenten education and fundraising campaign taking place in over 15,000 Catholic parishes nationwide.
Deliberto holds a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology from Fordham University and a Master's Degree in Social Policy from American University.back to top
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