Board Member

Corrine Parver

Corrine Propas Parver is a former partner and head of the Health Law Services Practice at the Washington, D.C., law firm Dickstein Shapiro. After retiring from the law firm in 2004, and as a Practitioner-in-Residence, she established the Health Law and Policy Project (now “Program”) at American University Washington College of Law (WCL). As the Project’s Executive Director, she expanded the health law curriculum so that WCL now offers from 15-20 health law-related

courses each academic year, including the annual summer Health Law and Policy Institute, which she established in 2008. She retired from WCL in 2012. Throughout her legal career, she extensively published in peer reviewed publications, testified before numerous Congressional

Committees, and lectured both in the United States and internationally on health care topics.

As a long-time volunteer, Ms. Parver is currently the Vice President of Women Lawyers On Guard Action Network, a 501 (c)(4) national network advocating to protect and defend equality, justice and equal opportunity for all. She recently served as Co-Chair of the Women Lawyers On Guard Committee responsible for developing, deploying, and drafting the research results and report, entitled “Still Broken,” of its nationwide, experiential Survey on Sexual Harassment and

Misconduct in the Legal Profession. This research project was followed by “Conversations With Men,” an initiative aimed at inspiring male lawyers to become active allies for their women lawyer colleagues in all legal employment settings. She is an active participant in Women for

Biden Harris and directs the Women Lawyers for Biden Harris organization. Ms. Parver is the Secretary Treasurer of the Holy CrossHealth Foundation Board of Trustees and is a member of Temple Sinai of Washington, DC.