Corinna Martin is a founding member of the Interdisciplinary Corruption Research Network.
She pursued her Research Master degree in Social Psychology at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam. Supervised by Nils Köbis, her thesis investigated as one of the first of its kind the influence of interaction on corrupt behavior in an experimental research design.
Before moving to Amsterdam, she studied Human Resources in Munich as well as in Valencia. Within this programme, she lived and worked for 7 months in a local company in Sri Lanka.
After successfully completing her degree in September 2016, Corinna decided to put career plans on hold and dedicate 6 months to full-time charity work. Besides that, she is involved in nonadministrative work for the ICRN as well as on-going research.