Corey is proud to co-found and serve as Deputy Director of the Defense Digital Service (DDS), launched by Defense Secretary Ash Carter in 2015 to bring private sector technology, talent, and best practices to some of the hardest software problems in the Pentagon. Corey joined the Department of Defense after being appointed to serve as the White House Fellow to Secretary Carter, whom pinned Corey with one of the highest medals awarded to civilians in the Department of Defense. Prior to the Federal Government, Corey spent over ten years in corporate strategy and development, investment banking, and technology operations. Concurrent with his professional and academic endeavors, Corey has held several community leadership roles and has spent fifteen years mentoring and training thousands of young professionals on leadership and entrepreneurship.
Corey has an M.B.A. from Yale School of Management, where he was awarded the Mendillo-Earle Scholarship and fellowships from the Robert Toigo Foundation and the Consortium for Graduate Studies in Management. Corey has a B.S. from Lehigh University and an M.S. from Duquesne University.