Born in Sherbrooke, Canada, Coralie has been living internationally for the past nine years. Having completed the International Baccalaureate at the International Schools of Hamburg in 2016, she went on to study Sociology and Women’s Studies online with Laurentian University. She simultaneously volunteered and interned at various NGOs located in Greece, Spain, Uganda, Morocco, and the Netherlands to fulfil her interest in living internationally. Once having graduated, Coralie embarked on another academic experience studying International Development at King’s College London.
Living internationally has its downsides: one can hardly find employment while jumping around from country to country without speaking the language. As such, Coralie began working online as a writer and has now written well over 600 books as well as thousands of SEO articles, having also created GhostwriteForMe, a startup platform. Now fully funding herself through her work as a digital nomad, she is working on a panoply of projects to bring the digital gig market to those most in need. Stay tuned!
Her interests spread further into academia. Being fondly interested in global health, she worked as an Editor, and now Director, of the Global Health Policy Center at King’s Think Tank. In May 2021, where her colleagues and Coralie collaborated to suggest the adoption of policies to enable access to health care, and mental health care specifically, in a published report written in collaboration with FutureHealth. She has also grown increasingly interested in inclusive innovation after having worked as a research assistant to Dr Robyn Klinger-Vidra on a project in this field.
Coralie has been interested in independent research since her first ethnographic experience in Uganda where she investigated the sociological and systemic forces behind the continuous spread of HIV/AIDS in various regions. Since then, Coralie has continued to take part in conferences to share her research, namely on topics including human trafficking, democracy, and many more. Now expanding her understanding of the logistics of conferences, she is working in collaboration with King’s College London to launch the first-ever student-led conference in the field of Global Affairs.
Now completing her final year at King’s, Coralie is looking forward to studying a Master’s degree in fields relating to International Development Management, Policy-Making, and Innovation.