Chief Executive Officer
Corinne Hammons is the Chief Executive Officer of Little Flower Children and Family Services of New York. She is responsible for the overall administration, financial viability and effectiveness of our services for children, families, youth and developmentally disabled adults in New York City and Long Island. She is committed to the development of the organization’s management team and all Little Flower employees to assure that the organization provides high quality and responsive services to those in our care.
In her capacity as CEO, Corinne is also privileged to serve on many Boards that are aligned with Little Flower’s mission. She is a Board member of the Collaborative for Children and Families (CCF) and serves as the co-chair of the CCF Finance Committee as well as a Board member of the Council of Family and Child Caring Agencies (COFCCA). She is a member of the Board of Education of the Little Flower Union Free School District, and a Board member of the Health and Wealth Council of Long Island (HWCLI).
Throughout her career, Corinne has been committed to the strategic design and implementation of effective programs to help those who are most vulnerable. Before joining Little Flower, Corinne oversaw operations at Community Development Corporation of Long Island (CDCLI). While at CDCLI, she implemented several innovative programs, including the organization’s multi-faceted response to Superstorm Sandy and the expansion of its voucher program and green initiatives. Before CDCLI, she worked at Safe Horizon in a variety of capacities in Development, Program, and Finance, including the implementation of the organization’s 9/11 response, the expansion of its 24-hour victim assistance hotlines and the Streetwork Project for homeless and street-involved youth.
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. Corinne is an active member of the Energeia Partnership at Molloy College and was a 2014 recipient of a Long Island Business News “40 Under 40” award. As a volunteer, she supports several initiatives related to education, including serving as a trustee of an independent school and conducting admission interviews for Harvard applicants each year.
Corinne lives in Suffolk County with her husband and two daughters.