Corinne Weible is a senior strategic communications and project management professional with subject matter expertise in inclusion and accessibility. She brings over 15 years of experience in helping organizations set and achieve their missions as efficiently and effectively as possible. As a senior specialist at Cadmus, Corinne is responsible for developing, overseeing, and expanding initiatives, including strategic planning, stakeholder development and management, partnership building, project implementation, and quality control of all deliverables. She is an experienced strategist, trusted advisor, and change agent in guiding organizational transformations that support DEI (diversity, equity, and inclusion) and accessibility priorities.
Corinne has developed robust multi-stakeholder communities of practice, programs, policy guidance, public education campaigns, and technical assistance for government agencies, industry partners, jobseekers, workforce systems, and community organizations on topics such as accessibility, digital equity, and inclusive apprenticeships. She is particularly skilled in stakeholder engagement strategies that bring diverse audiences together and in developing engaging, plain-language communications strategies that amplify key messaging to a broad audience.
Corinne speaks nationally on the intersections of disability, technology, and work. She was named a 2022 Service to the Citizen Champion of Change for her efforts to make artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies more inclusive for people with disabilities.