Corrina Chase, MA (she/her)

Community Engagement Specialist


Corrina Chase is a community engagement specialist who lives on the ancestral lands of the Qayqayt people in New Westminster, BC. She is Metis and Scottish and her family is from the Algonquin people in Quebec. Corrina brings years of experience in working with communities and developing relationships with multiple stakeholder groups, consistently prioritizing upholding Indigenous rights and knowledge for self-determining vibrant communities.

Her Master of Arts in Conflict Analysis and Management has guided her on the pathway to use meaningful dialogue to build relationships and listen to community members about their needs and experiences around the determinants of health. Corrina is highly motivated to help create health system change, and is especially skilled at navigating multiple systems to identify gaps, mobilize resources, and improve outcomes at the structural and community level.

Skilled at relationship building in order to build capacity, Corrina prioritises a focus on reducing community harm and breaking barriers that impede on Indigenous Peoples’ health.

Corrina has achieved repeated success with the development, planning, and implementation of programming with a focus on Indigenous community health and wellness. She believes that having the opportunity to meet with Indigenous leaders and collaborate on projects that create change is an honour. She is guided by a belief that listening to people sharing stories from the heart can move mountains and is life-changing work.

Services offered:

  • Building relationships and meaningful collaboration
  • Decolonizing structures and systems
  • Sharing knowledge and knowledge translation
  • Academic/Report writing