Corinne Thomas is the education manager at the Bill Lane Center for the American West. She is responsible for managing the interdisciplinary, spring American West course, the Center's Sophomore College course, and a comprehensive internship program which places students at western organizations to work in fields such as history and archives, politics and policy, ecology and conservation, and outreach/community engagement.
From 2017 to 2022, Corinne was the program manager at the King Center on Global Development where she managed faculty, student, and predoctoral programs. She was a resident fellow in Larkin, an all-frosh dorm and Crothers Hall, an upper-class dorm with a global citizenship academic theme. At Stanford, Corinne has also worked in Residential Education and in the School of Engineering. From 2008 to 2009, she was adviser to Stanford in Government, a student-led affiliate of the Haas Center for Public Service, which she continues to do on a pro bono basis. In 2010, Stanford in Government honored her with its Distinguished Service Award.
Corinne has worked in university administration, international political consulting, investment analysis, and at Labour Research Service, South Africa's first socially responsible investment company in Cape Town, South Africa.
Born in Germany and raised in England by a French mother and an American father, Corinne has dual nationality, American and French.