Foundation Staff

Corryne Deliberto

Corryne Deliberto

Director, Major Gifts

Corryne Deliberto guides the development and implementation of strategic plans to support major capital and fundraising initiatives for Saint Agnes. She focuses intently on furthering a robust grateful patient program and culture of gratitude through building relationships with current and prospective donors and educating them on the hospital’s growth plans for the future.

Prior to joining Saint Agnes, Corryne served as director of operations and strategy within the division of communications, engagement, and enrollment at Baltimore City Public Schools. Earlier in her career, she served as executive director for Community Law in Action (CLIA) in Baltimore. Here, she increased CLIA’s impact by rebranding the organization and implementing its first strategic plan, focused on building new community partnerships, and acquiring $1.5 million in funding from new sources.

During her time at CLIA, Corryne was named as one of Maryland’s Top 100 Women by The Daily Record in 2017.

Additionally, Corryne has worked as a senior domestic policy advisor, executive director, and public sector grants director for World Vision – U.S. in both Washington D.C. and New York City.  During this time, she raised over $12 million to support World Vision’s work with children and families throughout the United States.

Corryne is a graduate of American University in Washington, D.C., where she earned a master of arts in applied sociology and social policy. Additionally, she earned a bachelor of arts in sociology from Fordham University in Bronx, New York, where she co-founded the school’s Peter Aquilone Student Service Award for Global Outreach.

Corryne is a resident of Baltimore County. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, horseback riding, reading, and exploring the Eastern Shore of Maryland.

“We work to engage current and prospective donors in conversations about
the importance of expressing gratitude in meaningful ways. We want people
to connect with the mission of the hospital on a very personal level.
It is exciting to be part of that.”
Corryne Deliberto