Making value visible
Coro’s Women in Leadership program supports the leadership development of women across the Bay Area.
Women in Leadership
Now, more than ever, we need women-identifying leaders who are empowered and equipped to create solutions to pressing challenges. Coro’s Women in Leadership program seeks to advance women’s professional, personal, and political capacity to tackle society’s challenges together and contribute to a thriving democracy. The Women in Leadership program is created for those interested in and directly affected by the array of personal and professional issues facing women. Coro welcomes applications from women-identifying and non-binary people working in the nonprofit, private, and public sectors.
The program engages mid-career professionals of diverse backgrounds from the private, nonprofit, and government sectors for intensive, in-person leadership development seminars and post-fellowship networking.
- Intentional experiential learning using Coro’s learning model.
- Learning from the moment and meeting emerging needs with agility and intention.
- Five sessions = 32 hours of training.
- Optional virtual 1:1 coaching support
- One optional in-person dinner in the Bay Area.
- Appropriate and tailored to diverse professionals in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors.
- Leadership development seminars.
- Strategic relationship building.
- Negotiating at work.
- Peer coaching.
- Developing a leadership narrative to articulate accomplishments and vision.
- Making value visible in the workplace.
- Post-fellowship networking with diverse professionals from the private, government, and nonprofit sectors.
- Engagement with the broader Coro network of leaders.
WIL Spring Fall 2023 Schedule (all sessions in-person in San Francisco):
Session 1: Friday, September 8, 9-4:30pm
*Welcome Reception from 4:30-6pm
Session 2: Saturday, September 9, 9-3pm
Session 3: Friday, October 6, 9-4:30pm
Session 4: Friday, November 3, 9-4:30pm
Session 5: Friday, December 1, 9-4:30pm
What you’ll gain:
What you’ll gain:
- Increased leadership skills and confidence.
- Expanded professional networks.
- Increased ability to coach others.
- Enhanced ability to effect positive change at work and in the community.
- 100% of recent Women in Leadership grads experience tangible shifts in job title, salary, or availability of opportunity.
- 95% of Women in Leadership grads say they make their professional value more visible.
Mid-career women working in the private, nonprofit, and government sectors. We want women who are interested in their professional development and in connecting and supporting other women in realizing their leadership goals, as well as in working together to increase capacity and strengthen democracy.
Coro warmly welcomes applications from women-identifying and non-binary people.
Program tuition is $4,000. Most participants receive financial support from their organizations or other sponsor’s through professional development funds. Flexible payment options that span up to four months are available to all participants.
We are happy to support you in framing the ask to your employer for tuition support with this Employer Resource Document and 1:1 coaching calls (please email Claudia Paredes at email@example.com to schedule).
We are committed to building cohorts that reflect the demographics of the Bay Area and in strengthening historically marginalized groups.
Diane B. Wilsey
Marilyn M. Snider, Snider and Associates
Alameda County Behavioral Health
Alameda County Public Health Department – Health Equity Policy & Planning Unit
Alameda County Social Services Agency
Alison Fox Mazzola Consulting
Alliance for Community Development
Alonzo King LINES Ballet
Baird + Driskell Community Planning
Bay Area Air Quality Management District
Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)
San Francico Bicycle Coalition
SF Board of Supervisors
California Agricultural Leadership Foundation
California Climate & Agriculture Network (CalCAN)
California Community Builders Inc.
California State Transportation Agency
CASA of San Mateo County
Center for Youth Wellness
Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
Charity Cultural Services Center
Charles and Helen Schwab Foundation
Child Advocates of Silicon Valley
Chinese Culture Center
City and County of San Francisco
City and County of San Francisco, Office of Civic Innovation
City of Berkeley
City of Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board
City of Oakland, Chief of Staff, District 5
City of Oakland, Human Services Department
City of Sacramento
City of San Jose
Clif Bar Family Foundation
Code for America
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Contra Costa County District Attorney’s Office
Coro Northern California
County of Marin, Community Development Agency
County of Marin, Health and Human Services Department
County of San Mateo
Delta Stewardship Council
SF Department of Homelessness
Dept. of Labor
Design Tech High School
Drake Institute of Women’s Policy
Earth Island Institute
East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation
Equal Rights Advocates
Equity Community Builders
Federal Government Employee/Black Affairs Advisory Council (BAAC)
First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco
Fred Finch Youth & Family Services
Full Circle Fund
Golden State Warriors
Hirsch & Associates, Philanthropic Advisors
Honore Farm and Mill
Hotel Council of San Francisco
ICA Fund Good Jobs
Institute for the Future
Jade Creative LLC
Jones Hall, A Professional Law Corporation
Just Design Consulting
La Clinica de la Raza
Law Office of Christina Oatfield
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith
Little Laughs Early Learning Program
Lockheed Martin Space
Lutheran Social Services
Make Oakland Better Now!
Marin Country Day School/Marin Academy
Mission Economic Development Agency
Movement Strategy Center
National Center for Youth Law
Natural Resources Defense Council
Oakland Department of Transportation
Oakland Roots S.C.
Oakland Unified School District
Office of Santa Clara County Supervisor Susan Ellenberg
Office of Senator Josh Becker
Ogilvy & Mather
OnPoint Legal Counsel
Pacific Foundation Services
Papalotl Consulting LLC
Peralta Community College District
Pistahan Parade and Festival
Point Bonita YMCA; Mill Valley Children’s Garden
Public Health Institute
Real Estate Development Consultant
Rodan + Fields
Root & Rebound
RSF Social Finance
S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation
San Francisco Bay Conservation & Development Commission
San Francisco City and County
San Francisco County Human Services Agency-Office of Early Care and Education
San Francisco County Transportation Authority
San Francisco Department of Emergency Management
San Francisco General Hospital Foundation
San Francisco Human Rights Commission
San Francisco International Airport
San Francisco Mayor’s Office
San Francisco Metropolitan Transit Commission (MTC)
San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA)
San Francisco Office of the City Administrator
San Francisco Planning Department
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
San Francisco Recreation and Park Department
San Francisco Unified School District
San Mateo County
Schwab Bank – Community Development Group
SF-CESS, Exploratorium Teacher Institute, Creative Arts Charter School
Sonoma Land Trust
St. Anthony Foundation
Stanford University School of Medicine
Storefront Political Media
Strategy Workplace Communications
Sunlight Giving Foundation
Tea Collection, DBA Tea Living Inc.
Techquity One, Fidelity
Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation
The Archer Group
The Asia Foundation
The County of Alameda, California
The East Bay Community Foundation
The Energy Foundation
The Greenlining Institute
The James Irvine Foundation
The Practice Space
The Richmond Neighborhood Center
The Unity Council
Third Plateau Social Impact Strategies
Together Projects LLC
Town of Portola Valley
Transportation Security Administration
UC San Francisco
UFCW Local 5
United Way Bay Area
University of California Santa Barbara
University of San Francisco School of Law
USDA Agricultural Research Service
Walter & Elise Haas Fund
West Contra Costa Unified School District
Western States Petroleum Association
Wonder:Strategies for Good
Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau