Corrine Henn is a fiercely passionate conservationist, environmentalist and animal welfare advocate. Her scholarly activism began at Delaware Valley University, an agriculture school, where she received a degree in Conservation and Wildlife Management in 2011. With an interest in animal behavior, she sought to research wildlife captivity and the resulting physiological changes.
This pursuit led to fieldwork in wildlife conservation and education at a wolf sanctuary in the mountains outside of Fort Collins, Colorado where she not only bridged the gap between wolf and human, but amplified her interest in animal welfare. Her time in Colorado also sparked a number of lifestyle and dietary changes that she maintains to this day.
Corrine has continued to work in the environmental field through the years serving a variety of organizations, but as her passion and experience flourished, so did her enthusiasm for advocacy, art and the written word. She has also branched out to encourage others to actively participate in the grassroots movement intended to better the welfare of animals, both captive and wild, and the future of our planet through her own writing, photography and art.