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 implementation of the vision and mission, financial sustainability, and effectiveness of Little Flower’s services for children, families, and developmentally disabled adults in New York City and on Long Island. She also serves as the CEO of St. John’s Residence for Boys in Queens, which affiliated with Little Flower in 2018.
Corinne has a longstanding interest in strategic design and implementation of effective programs to help those who are most vulnerable while ensuring the long-term success and growth of the organization. She has deep expertise in strategic thinking and risk management. She is also particularly interested in designing career pathways for emerging leaders in our field and serves 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 for the benefit of New York’s most vulnerable people. She serves on the board of six organizations working to advance our field and recently became Board President of the Collaborative for Children and Families.
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 is graduate of the Energeia Partnership, a regional stewardship program on Long Island, and was a recipient of Long Island Business News 40 Under 40 in Business award.