#35 – Rebel Pageant Queen – Dr. Corinne Devin


This week I want to introduce you to a rebel renaissance woman Dr. Corinne Devin. She is not only a doctor and a naval officer, but she is also Ms. United States! Talk about dynamic! I love it when a woman refuses to be one thing and expresses all sides of herself. She has lived in over 30 countries and does tons of service work mentoring and investing in youth. She lives a life full of adventure, service, discipline and fulfillment. She is beautiful, inspiring & bad ass. She has served our United States Navy in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Listen in and hear how this woman has conquered many worlds and how she did it. This podcast will help you believe that everything is really possible and inspire you to find your compass, draw your map and put on your crown ladies. Hell yeah.

In this episode you will hear:
-About Dr. Corinne Devin’s inspiring journey from dental school to pageants.

-How to determine what sacrifices you are willing to make to get your ultimate goals.

-How to potentially become a dentist and not be in 300k debt with a little help from the US Navy.

-How coaching can help you build a life you would have never dreamed you could on your own

-Why Dr. Corinne Devin decided to take the daring route of Navy to pageant. Was it a dare? lol

-How creating a family away from home is quite possibly the best way to be an adventurer.


“Everyone that’s listening is totally jealous.” – Shereen Thor

“My dad was a dentist in the Navy. But if you told me at eight years old that I would be deployed and doing his job, I’d be like, no, you’re crazy.” – Dr. Corinne Devin

“Only 18% of United States Navy is made up of female officers today.” – Dr. Corinne Devin

“It’s about making choices, deciding what’s important to you, what your dreams are, and what you’re willing to do.” – Dr. Corinne Devin

“One thing that I would tell them to do is look for a coach. I would look at getting someone who is going to put a mirror in front of them, hold them accountable, make them do things that they maybe just didn’t feel like that the confidence to do or the support to do.” – Dr. Corinne Devin

“So, I think it’s having someone dig deep and having someone that can hold them accountable –  because it can’t be your family and it can’t be your friends. Because, guess what, they all are all selfish they want you for themselves or they want you to do what they want to do. You need someone who’s going to be completely separate and who does not have any of those biases.” – Dr. Corinne Devin

Dr. Corinne Devin on Instagram  https://www.instagram.com/drcorinnedevin/