Corinda Rainey Moore is a dynamic leader, community steward, and passionate equity advocate who believes in leading by example. She’s a trailblazer who inspires others and strives to be the change she wants to see. Corinda presently serves as Community Engagement Manager with Unity Point Health-Meriter where she leads community investment efforts.
As a mental health professional and advocate with over 25 years of experience, Corinda was the first and only African-American to lead not just one but two community support programs for adults with severe and persistent mental illness in Dane County. Through her leadership, her support programs utilized Peer Support efforts to help and empower people suffering from mental illness. Corinda was also the first and only African-American to serve as Chair of the National Alliance on Mental Health, and of Safe Communities-Madison and Dane County where she led a significant fund development effort.
Corinda has and continues to volunteer for numerous organizations, among them: Madison College, Safe Communities, Madison Network of Black Professionals, Leadership Wisconsin, Boys and Girls Club, NAMI, Urban League of Greater Madison, Urban League of Greater Madison Young Professionals, Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness, Madison Black Women Rock, and the Madison Reading Project.
A mentor, leader, and voice for the underserved, Corinda’s contributions have been recognized by the communities and organizations she has served including the Madison 365 Most Influential African-Americans in Wisconsin, YWCA Woman of Distinction, Brava Magazine Woman to Watch, In Business Magazine Woman of Industry in Advocacy, Wisconsin Women’s Health Foundation Champion in Women’s Health, Restorative Justice Peacemaker Award, Urban League of Greater Madison Presidential Award, Black Women Rock Visionary Leader Award, and the Madison College Outstanding Teacher Award. She is also the 2017 Athena Award Winner from The Business Forum of Madison, a coveted honor.
Corinda has been married to her husband, Bobby, for 37 years, has two daughters, Kenyatta & Kionna, and 8 grandchildren.