There, she worked to improve the business climate in Pennsylvania by reducing the tax and regulatory burdens on companies doing business in the Commonwealth. By creating a business-friendly environment, Pennsylvania will attract companies that bring jobs and promote economic development.
Public safety was another of Corbin’s priorities. One of the bills she authored that became law made strangulation a felony offense in Pennsylvania. Act 111 of 2016 closed a loophole in state law that allowed some domestic abusers to escape prosecution.
A graduate of Chatham University in Pittsburgh, Corbin majored in chemistry, knowledge that has been invaluable to her throughout her public life. After college, she worked as a forensic chemist in the state crime lab of the Commonwealth of Virginia before returning to Pennsylvania to pursue a career in the pharmaceutical industry.
Currently, she serves on the Boards of Pennsylvania State Police Camp Cadet, Chester County Conference and Visitors Bureau, Pope John Paul II Regional Catholic Elementary School, and is active in the Chester Delaware County Farm Bureau.
She and her husband, Mike, have called Chester County home for over 40 years. They have two children and four grandchildren.