Like the cutting edge clients she represents, CEO Corinne Young is a disruptive change agent for the new economy. With over 20 years of B-to-G and B-to-B deal making successes, she provides client competitive advantage for access to capital, speed to market,and high level government/media/public exposure. She specializes in structuring and securing precedent setting strategic partnerships and funding mechanisms through her unique capabilities in capture analysis, win theme development, and prowess to deliver innovative solutions to value chain challenges and advance critical path client objectives. She has spearheaded world scale winning proposals and eliminated regulatory barriers for projects and contracts, ranging from over a billion to under one million. As a longtime and fierce advocate for renewable chemicals, she launched re:chem with an elite group of global leaders. As re:chem’s Chief Advocate, she championed language in the 2014 Agriculture Act (a.k.a., Farm Bill), Energy Title, expanding BAP *9003 loan guarantees to renewable chemicals and bio-based manufacturing, and continues to broker novel tax credits, loan guarantees, grants, and credit enhancement and project finance programs to unleash a US manufacturing renaissance and ensure US global competitiveness.
During her ten years on Capitol Hill in both the Senate (Sen. Kennedy) and House, and as a Presidential Management Fellow at OMB and Interior, she earned a reputation as a nimble and effective problem solver, bridging partisan divides to get the job done, including seminal bioindustry programs and appropriations. More recently, she was a chief broker and author of RFS2 and bioindustry incentives in EPA 2005, EISA 2007, Farm Bill 2008, and the ARRA 2009, as well as contributing to the White House’s 2012 BioEconomy Blueprint and Advanced Manufacturing initiatives. She has garnered a reputation as a seasoned spokesperson, sought after global conference adviser and presenter, lead for winning coalitions, issue-based campaigns, crisis management solutions, and serves on multiple working groups and boards (currently Co Chair MassBio GreenBiotech and UMass TIMBR). She has a MPA from Cornell University, has won prestigious fellowships and awards, studied multiple languages, and is an avid traveler, equestrienne, and outdoor enthusiast.