Vice President of Programs
Margaret Corbin is a Psychotherapist and health educator. Margaret believes that individuals, families and communities must be empowered in all areas of their lives. “As people learn to care for themselves they prevent serious illness and gain self-respect.”
An independent contractor, Margaret directs a NYS DMV Impaired Driver Program and with her staff, has handled 20,000 motorist cases for NYS. A former SUNY Faculty Member in Health Sciences and Human Services Ms. Corbin has developed and published articles, books and curriculum on chemical abuse and communications. She has taught on and off campus in urban and rural locations, also inside Attica Prison.
Margaret has an international family background and has traveled worldwide for business and pleasure. She lived one year in Great Britain, training and lecturing medical staff. Recently, she represented Rochester Sister Cities at a women’s conference in Wurzburg, Germany, The World Affairs Council in Taiwan, and traveled to Japan with SUNY Brockport on an arts and culture tour. Asian art is a special interest and Margaret has a collection including mixed media of 19th and 20th century of Japanese, Chinese and Central Asian origins. She enjoys learning about viewing Asian art and gardens wherever she can find them!