Born in the Washington D.C. suburbs, Corinne Litchfield graduated with honors from Takoma Academy and received a B.A. in English and Communications from George Washington University. Her early career in the D.C. area focused on health communications, with an emphasis in call center training and management. Clients included the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, the National Institutes of Health, and the Food & Drug Administration.
Corinne moved to Southern California in the spring of 2000 and worked for several years as an assistant editor in consumer and B2B magazine publishing for PRIMEDIA and Canon Communications. In 2008 she transitioned into public relations, representing several Web 2.0 clients at The Bohle Company. Her freelance career took off in 2009 and included marketing and PR campaigns, social media management, and content writing projects.
Corinne relocated to Sacramento in 2010, where she wrote for Sacramento Magazine and other publications on topics such as technology, health and medicine, personality profiles, and regional travel/businesses/events. She also provided marketing, social media, and communications support to authors, nonprofit organizations, private industry, and small businesses. She was a frequent speaker at writers’ groups on website building, social media, and online platform development.
In September 2016, Corinne returned to the Washington, D.C. area. She resides in Baltimore and works with both East Coast and West Coast clients on marketing & communications consulting, content development, and writing.