Corrinne Graham

President, GRAHAM International Consulting and Research Inc.

Works in Management Consulting, Training and R&D

Can advise in Business Strategies, Research & Development

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Dr. Corrinne Graham, a management consultant, small and start-up business specialist, has nearly two decades of experience across a diverse spectrum of businesses with revenues ranging from $20m to $500m. She has served as chief officer, director, senior manager or interim COO for companies with revenues for Start-ups under $1m as well “Mom and Pops” businesses to name brand enterprises across the market spectrum such as: Retail, direct marketing, family entertainment, security, foodservice, and healthcare. A 2017 recipient of Long Island Business News (LIBN) Diversity in Business and a member of MEAn Tech LLC, Fuel Cell Technology for one of awardees for Innovate LI 2017 Innovations of the Year.

Dr. Graham also serves an educational liaison role with Farmingdale State College, Stony Brook University, and University of the West Indies-Institute for Sustainable Development, SUNY Old Westbury Career Development Workshops, Chair for Long Island Advancement for Small Business-Women in Business Partnership, Member of Town of Brookhaven Black History Commission, Facilitator and Co-Founder for “Brand Yourself in the Energy World,” and a Past facilitator for Long Island and Town of Brookhaven Dress For Success Going Places Network Program.

Dr. Graham developed the CDP Model from her published research of Profitability and Cultural Diversity. The CDP Model sheds light on how to grow economies in the global economy through diversity.

Corrinne Graham