This is Ms. Corrigan’s fifth year at St. Ann Catholic School and eleventh year as a Principal in the Archdiocese of Chicago. Over the past four years, Ms. Corrigan has redefined the vision for St. Ann School to be a place where students realize their God-given gifts and talents to serve Pilsen and the world around them. In addition to leading St. Ann, Ms. Corrigan serves in various other leadership roles including, Co-President of the Archdiocesan Principal’s Association, co-facilitator of the New Network Leaders Program with the Big Shoulders Fund, and mentor to first-year principals. Ms. Corrigan has completed various different leadership development programs including the CTEL (transformational leadership) Program at the University of Notre Dame, the Sullivans Fellows program with the Big Shoulders Fund, and is a teaching assistant in the Remick Leadership Program at Notre Dame.
Ms. Corrigan was also the Principal at St. Genevieve Catholic School in Chicago where she served as Principal for six years and a middle school teacher for five. While at St. Genevieve Ms. Corrigan launched a personalized learning academic initiative, reduced the deficit by $300,000, increased and stabilized enrollment, and oversaw a $250,000 classroom modernization project. Ms. Corrigan holds a Bachelor’s degree in History with a minor in Secondary Education and Political Science from Saint Mary’s College in Notre Dame, IN, and a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration from the University of Notre Dame. This is Ms. Corrigan’s 13th year in education.