Corinne Ramey is currently an intern at the Drum Major Institute for Public Policy, in addition to working for MobileActive.org and doing freelance journalism around New York City. She graduated from Oberlin College in May of 2006 with a B.M. in viola performance and a B.A. in comparative literature with highest honors and minors in Spanish and politics. She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa , Pi Kappa Lambda, and was a National Merit Scholar. While in college she was co-president of Oberlin Students in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala (OSSGUA), a group that worked to help returned-refugee communities in rural Guatemala, and was a member of the Roosevelt Institution, a nationwide student-run think tank. In 2006, she was a Young People For Fellow, a program of the People for the American Way Foundation, and attended its fellows summit in Washington, D.C. She has also worked as full time reporter at the Elyria Chronicle Telegram, a newspaper in northeastern Ohio. When she is not working at DMI, writing, or reading copious amount of online news, Cory enjoys biking, being outdoors, and playing the viola.