Mo Korchinski


University of British Columbia


Mo Korchinski started working as a University of British Columbia project assistant with Collaborating Centre for Prison Health and Education in 2006.  She is currently the Project Manager for the project, “Unlocking the Gates Peer Health Mentoring Program.”  Previously, Mo worked on the research project “Doing Time" and interviewed women about their health goals as they were being released from prison. Mo graduated from Nicola Valley Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Social Work in 2014. Mo’s passion is working with women who are involved in the justice system as Mo has many years herself been incarcerated due to a long history with drug addiction.