Robert Corzine, Vice President of Programs and Development, is an educator and administrator with an extensive background in public policy research and advocacy.
In addition to analyzing legislation and drafting Congressional testimony, Corzine's work for faith-based and family-policy organizations has included training activists, designing instructional materials, and organizing networks of public-interest lawyers, scholars, and policy analysts.
A convert to Catholicism, Corzine has held a variety of teaching and advocacy positions for Catholic apostolates. He has served as an information officer for Catholics United for the Faith (CUF), and as producer and host of a weekly Catholic radio program of apologetics and evangelization. He holds a degree in Humanities and Catholic Culture from Franciscan University in Steubenville, Ohio.
As Executive Director of the St. Paul Center, Corzine is responsible for building relationships with donors and overseeing all aspects of the Center's day-to-day operations.
He lives in Steubenville, Ohio.