Corrine Rivera Fowler
Policy and Legal Advocacy Director
As Policy and Legal Advocacy Director, Corrine leads BISC’s policy development and oversees BISC’s ballot integrity program and state legislative accountability efforts to ensure voter approved ballot measures are implemented. Corrine manages BISC’s ballot measure tracking and analysis and also assists in building capacity of the field through the provision and delivery of customized strategic assistance and training for our state-based partners.
Corrine is a native Coloradan. For more than 15 years she has led campaigns to successfully address systemic barriers in community at the intersections of health, economic, racial, reproductive, immigration, and education justice. As a Colorado advocate Corrine has worked extensively on TABOR and fair taxation issues. Corrine has managed both legislative and ballot initiative campaigns independently and for Colorado based organizations including the Colorado Consumer Health Initiative, the Colorado Progressive Coalition, the Colorado Organization for Reproductive Rights (COLOR), and Padres & Jóvenes Unidos. Corrine has worked on ballot measures in Colorado for the past 16 years and has led programs and campaigns for 10 measures in the past decade. She was most recently the Campaign Manager for Colorado’s successful Proposition 111 (2018), which capped payday lending interest rates.
Corrine and her husband left Denver in 2018 to follow their dream of living closer to nature in the Arkansas River Valley in the central mountains of Colorado. Corrine is the mother of two amazing young adult humans. Corrine enjoys playing outside on bikes and mountain trails and going to music festivals. She and her husband love to make things together. They are currently building their own house in Buena Vista, Colorado.