Corion DeLaine

SpecialityCommunity Planner
Interim Manager of the Opa-locka Community Redevelopment AgencyCorion DeLaine is no stranger to community development and urban planning space. He has experience in working with multiple municipalities, organizations, and nonprofit entities over the past few years. His recent occupations and experiences have ranged from working with the City of Miramar as a city planner in assisting in the rewriting of their Land Development Regulations, an Urban Planner with Liberia Economic and Social Development Inc. located in Hollywood Fl, a Construction Management Professional with Messam Construction and currently the City Planner with the City of Opa-Locka and as of July 2021 the Interim Manager of the Opa-Locka Community Redevelopment Agency, all within in a span of 5 years. Mr. DeLaine is well versed in urban development, but also in community engagement and participation. He is a recent graduate of the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Miami Program and the Urban Land Institute’s Leadership Institute program and also a member of the Florida State University chapter of Progressive Black Men Inc. and a noble member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Incorporated. Corion is a real estate developer at heart that is driven by his ability to seek out challenges in the urban landscape and strives to reconstruct and redevelop our community by us, for us, and with us to create space and reinvigorate communities we are proud to call our own.

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