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2019-2020 Annual Report

Leading is challenging even in the best of times. In a time of urgent, interconnected crises — racial injustice, a pandemic, the economy — the work of leading can feel nothing short of overwhelming. At Coro, we’re lucky to support our program participants — leaders from every background, age, and sector — as they develop the skills they need to rise to the challenges of our time.

Coro’s through line, from our founding in 1942 to 2020, is a recognition that in order to strengthen and safeguard democracy we must prepare leaders to tackle our most pressing challenges with integrity and a dedication to the common good.

This moment presents an opportunity for leaders to increase their skills and renew their commitment to inquiry, inclusivity, compassion, perseverance, and adaptability. And that’s why we’re here.

Thanks to you, even more people received transformative Coro training this year. We pivoted and adapted our programs to a virtual model, delivering meaningful leadership development education at a time when so many are seeking support, connection, and a path forward.

Thank you for forging this path with us!

With gratitude,

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Laney Whitcanack
Chief Executive Officer & Coro Alumna

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Marianna Pisano
Board Chair & Coro Alumna

A New Impact Statement for a New Era

Coro trains, supports, and connects leaders to foster a thriving democracy and tackle society’s biggest challenges together.

Leading for Impact

In 2019-20 thanks to the support of the incredible Coro network, we served

a record 1,807 people

through our leadership development programs and workshops.


of them reported tangible increases in their leadership skills.


“[Coro’s Fellows Program] doesn’t tell you who you are and where you are meant to go. Instead, you are constantly thrown into challenging situations where your personal determination, resilience, and curiosity are brought to the forefront … It is an intense, eye-opening experience that empowers you to figure out which values you align with and how to navigate this world with those values intact.”

— Katherine Stubbs, Fellows Program in Public Affairs Class of 2020

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Responding to COVID-19

In early March, to comply with public health protocols and ensure the safety of our participants, staff, and community, Coro adapted our ongoing programs to a virtual model.

  • We pivoted our program structure to deliver high-quality online leadership development sessions, and created new opportunities to come together in the virtual space, offering a suite of online Leadership Labs and a six-session Adaptive Leadership Circle to help people boost capacity and skills in this new era.
  • Our Virtual Spring Gathering, and other cohort gatherings and celebrations, moved online to create opportunities for socializing, resource-sharing, and community.

“I drew on so many of my Coro tools to rapidly respond to the pandemic and continually pivot and adapt to an ever-changing situation …. Thank you, Coro, for giving me the tools to go from ideas to action and allowing me to help my community emerge from this crisis more connected and resilient.”

— Sydney Saubestre, Fellows Program Alumna

Reaffirming our Commitment to Equity and Racial Justice

Creating programs that support a thriving democracy is at the core of our mission. And to create a truly thriving democracy, we must acknowledge and address systemic racism. Coro is committed to deepening our anti-racism work through:

  • Evolving our lifelong Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging (DEIB) work, for our team, board, and program participants.
  • Elevating DEIB and anti-racism practices as crucial leadership competencies.
  • Consciously creating meaningful opportunities for the Coro community to connect and share anti-racism resources, support, advocacy, and ideas.

Join the Conversation

Coro’s approach to leadership is all about diverse perspectives and lived experiences — and that makes for an impressive cross-sector network of professionals with a depth and breadth of experience. We launched Coro Connect, a networking platform that helps Coro alums from every program share information and open doors for one another in the real world.

Visit the Leadership and Racial Justice Group on Coro Connect to share anti-racism resources and conversations with other alums.

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Helping Democracy Thrive

Our esteemed Fellows Program in Public Affairs trains the next generation of civic leaders over the course of an intensive nine-month, full-time leadership program.

The Fellows Class of 2020:

Conducted 115 interviews with sector leaders.

55 internship placements around the Bay Area

Gained 50+ leadership tools for self-awareness, critical thinking, communication, and managing group process.

Engaged in 15 workshops on topics such as negotiations, understanding the basics of organizational finance, and professional narrative.

Led and completed 4 Focus Weeks dedicated to public finance, communications, state government, and healthcare.

100% expanded their professional networks of people interested in improving organizations, communities and society.

91% better understand how to initiate and organize bringing people together, and inspire high-performing teams and coalitions.

91% feel more comfortable giving and receiving feedback as a tool for growth.

91% more actively seek and consider diverse perspectives and information.


“I have learned the value of relationship-oriented leadership as a means to bolster action. The opportunity to exist in a cohort of thoughtful, passionate, and curious people that treasured constructive feedback helped me understand the moments when my leadership style was effective and the moments when it was not.”

— Jacqueline Schaeffer, Fellows Program in Public Affairs, Class of 2020

Elevating Youth Voices

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Exploring Leadership and District Youth Leadership Academies (serving Districts 1, 7, and 11, in partnership with the San Francisco Department of Children, Youth and Their Families), delivered transformational leadership education to teens, challenging them to engage with their communities and with each other.

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More than 80% of participants, in three distinct cohorts, increased in confidence and empowered professionalism, and feel better equipped to initiate positive change in their schools and communities.

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In partnership with the City and County of San Francisco, the Human Rights Commission, Collective Impact, and JCYC, Coro trained 70 college-aged Opportunities for All (OFA) Fellows. OFA is Mayor Breed’s initiative to connect young people of all backgrounds to employment, job training, and mentorship opportunities. Our Fellows worked across the city this summer to support 1,200 high school youth.


“Coro has quite literally changed my life and changed me as a person. Every second of the 7 weeks was a learning experience. … There were ups and downs, and often I was beyond exhausted when I got home late at night. Yet, I would recommend the program to every single person I know because if everyone got the opportunity for this kind of learning the world would be a much better place.”

— Manasvi Lodha, 2019 Exploring Leadership Youth Fellow


“The Coro Exploring Leadership program has been an experience beyond compare. The level of love that goes into what these people do can’t be matched. This program opened my eyes to new job opportunities that I plan on pursuing in the near future.”

— Hassan Johnson, 2020 Exploring Leadership Youth Fellow

Women in Leadership

We brought together cross-sector professionals from across the Bay Area to create a pipeline of diverse, empowered women leaders.

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100% of recent participants increased essential leadership skills, confidence, and capacity to collaborate across differences.

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We developed a new, virtual program design, launching this fall, focused on critical pillars of our community — education, healthcare, housing, and governance — that need to be strengthened as we work to restore a sense of equilibrium during and after COVID-19.


“Participating in Coro’s Women in Leadership program was an invaluable experience. Not only did it provide me with useful tools and broader leadership skills … but it connected me with an amazing group of women-identifying professionals working to make the Bay Area a better and more equitable place.”

— Morgan Chow, Women in Leadership Alumna


“During the Coro Women in Leadership training I first declared my intention to run for San Francisco City College Board. Running for office is difficult — doing so as a woman adds new dimensions of isolation and self-doubt. As a young Muslim woman of color running for office, I don’t see many elected officials like me. …. Coro helped build my confidence and provided me with an amazing support structure of like-minded women to help me achieve my goals.”

— Aliya Chisti, Women in Leadership Alumna

Empowering Community Leaders

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Leadership Rohnert Park

In partnership with the City of Rohnert Park, we trained a cohort of engaged civic leaders to work together to elevate community voices across sectors, backgrounds, and neighborhoods.

95% increased their capacity to be a community leader and initiate positive change.

100% increased connections to their fellow residents and coworkers.

95% increased understanding of key issues facing the city.

“The values, tools, experiences, and friendships I gained here are invaluable. I walked in scared, voiceless and feeling alone. I walked out empowered. Coro helped me find my voice.”

— Tiffany Cazares, Leadership Rohnert Park Alumna

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Resilient San Francisco

In partnership with the Neighborhood Empowerment Network, the Office of Resilience and Capital Planning, and the Walter & Elise Haas Fund, we launched a network of community leaders equipped to activate their neighborhoods and work together to create solutions for the common good.

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We created an online toolkit specifically designed to help community volunteers safely organize and respond to COVID-19.

Tackling Big Challenges Together

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Water Solutions Network

We’re working in partnership with the S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation and the Walton Family Foundation to build a network of rising water leaders equipped to move toward a sustainable water future.

Water Solutions Network

“The Water Solutions Network opened my eyes to a larger and more complex set of water resources issues … Even though I have been working in this field for more than 20 years, I had been blind to certain aspects of our history and management of the system, which exacerbated social inequities and injustices …. [Now] I can see my own work transforming in meaningful ways that will lay the foundation for a more civil and just society in California.”

— Cindy Tejeda, Water Solutions Network Alumna

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100% reported improved ability to understand water management in an integrated fashion and collaborate with those upstream and downstream.

Human Trafficking Leadership Academy

Bringing cross-sector and survivor leaders to the table to combat human trafficking—sharing expertise and creating change nationally. In partnership with the National Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance Center

Our fourth class developed recommendations that will help state and local governments help survivors of trafficking reach financial stability.

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100% agreed that the program empowers emerging leaders with leadership skills and training to lead themselves and their communities forward.

86% say the program cultivated a thriving leadership network of survivors and anti-trafficking professionals that works across organizational and geographic boundaries.

Workforce Leadership Network

Thanks to seed funding from the JPMorgan Chase Foundation, and in partnership with our sister center, Coro Southern California, we launched a statewide network dedicated to preparing workforce professionals to support and serve vulnerable workers, act from a systems perspective, and promote sustainable job creation in California.

Strengthening Vital Institutions


Our partnerships with the University of California and the Federal Executive Board empowered leaders in higher education and the federal government to navigate tremendous challenges, strengthening the capacity of vital public institutions.

“This has been such an amazing experience of learning — and the best one yet in my 14 years of Federal Service.”

— Georgette Cayabyab-Clark, Coro-Federal Executive Board Leadership Development Program Alumna.

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Expenses: $2.6 million
Revenue $2.6 million
funding model: 79% earned and 21% contributed

*Pre-audit numbers.
**Earned revenue includes training contracts, project fees, Women in Leadership tuition, etc.

Thank You

Click a category to learn more about us.

Our Team

Staff 2019-20

Erika O. Carlsen,* Senior Director of Training
Vic Hogg,* Director of Training
Shaya Kara,* Development Manager
Mathew Larson, Program Manager
Masharika Prejean Maddison, Senior Director of Training
Nancy Masuda,* Director of Strategic Partnerships
Nnenna Ozobia,* Senior Director of Training
Angela Pang, Director of Program Management
Fred Tse, Director of Finance and Operations
Genanne Walsh, Director of Communications and Strategic Projects
Laney Whitcanack,* Chief Executive Officer
Clifford Yee, Senior Director of Training
Courtney Young-Law, Vice-President of Programs and Leadership Training

Program Faculty

Mariana Moore*
Donald Proby
Nancy Shemick*

Board 2019-20

Marianna Pisano* – Chair
Erick C. Howard – Vice Chair
William Jackson* – Vice Chair
Evonne Silva – Vice Chair
Mothusi Pahl* – Secretary
Aimee Brown – Treasurer
Minden Beach*
Zach Blume*
Derick Brown*
Hank Dempsey*
Sean Gibson*
Leti Light*
Lawland Long*
Jenna Narayanan
Chris Patterson
Anna Van Degna*
Diana Tate Vermeire

Honorary Board Member

Betty Schafer*

* Indicates Coro Alumni.

Our Partners

2019-20 Community Partners

Our community partners collectively spend thousands of hours each year supporting and mentoring Coro participants.

280 Cap Markets
3.14 Communications
A-Plan Coaching
ACLU Northern California
Akonadi Foundation
Alameda County Homeless Action Center
Alameda County Public Health Department
Alliance for Community Development
ALL IN Alameda County
Ann Ravel for CA State Senate
Annie Eagan Consulting
Asian Health Services
Apple Education
Bay Area Council
Bay Area Rapid Transit
Bay Conservation and Development Commission
Beneficial State Foundation
Berkeley Student Food Collective
Blaylock Van LLC
Blue Shield of California
Blue Shield of California Foundation
Bountiful Agriculture
Bridgespan Group
Brightline Defense Fund
Broadway Angels
Brothers on the Rise
Business for Social Responsibility
California Business Roundtable
California Chamber of Commerce
California Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems (CAPH)
California City Finance
California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
California Department of Finance
California Department of Food and Agriculture
California Department of Human Resources
California Health and Human Services Agency
California Department of Water Resources
California Emerging Technology Fund
California Forward
California Independent Petroleum Association
California Legislative Analyst’s Office
California Public Employees’ Retirement System
California Public Utilities Commission
California Republican Party
California State Auditor
California State Coastal Conservancy
California State Transportation Agency
California Wellness Foundation
Center for Care Innovations
Chesa Boudin for San Francisco District Attorney
Chinese Culture Center
City and County of San Francisco
City and County of San Francisco Office of Public Finance
City of Oakland
City of San José Department of Transportation
Clif Bar
Clifford Moss
Climate Resolve
Code for America
Commonwealth Club
Connie Chan for San Francisco District 1 Supervisor Campaign
Cory Booker Campaign for President
COS and Company LLC
Curtis Development
Dignity Health
Divvy Homes
Duane Morris LLP
Dodge & Cox
Echidna Giving
Edward Jones Investments
Fall Line Analytics
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
First Republic Bank
ForgePoint Capital
Global Citizen Year
Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy
Goldman Sachs
Grassroots Lab
Grid Alternatives
Harvard Kennedy School
Health Access
Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center
Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association
Huy Tran for San Jose City Council Campaign
Immigrant Legal Resource Center
Inner Spark Foundation
Institute for the Future
IT Bookman Center
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Kaiser Permanente
Kearns & West
Korean American Community Foundation
KNN Public Finance
Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen Foundation
League of California Cities
Leapfrog Consulting
The Libra Foundation
Leif Dautch Campaign for San Francisco District Attorney
Lighthouse Public Affairs
Lincoln Families
Local Agency Formation Commission
Los Angeles Times
McNally Temple Associates, Inc.
Melissa Hernadez Campaign for Alameda County Supervisor
Metta Fund
Metropolitan Transportation Commission
Mills College
Mission Economic Development Agency
MJE Strategies
No on Proposition C campaign
Nancy Tung Campaign for San Francisco District Attorney
National Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance Center
Native American Health Center
The Nehemiah Corporation
The Neighborhood Empowerment Network
NextGen America
Nielsen Merksamer
Noe Valley Ministry
Office of Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguin
Office of CA Governor Gavin Newsom
Office of CA Secretary of Agriculture Karen Ross
Office of CA State Assemblymember Adrin Nazarian
Office of CA State Assemblymember Al Muratsuchi
Office of CA State Assemblymember Speaker Anthony Rendon
Office of CA State Assemblymember Blanca Rubio
Office of CA State Assemblymember Christina Garcia
Office of CA State Assemblymember David Chiu
Office of CA State Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia
Office of CA State Assemblymember Eloise Reyes
Office of CA State Assemblymember Evan Low
Office of CA State Assemblymember Jesse Gabriel
Office of CA State Assemblymember Jim Cooper
Office of CA State Assemblymember Kansen Chu
Office of CA State Assemblymember Laura Friedman
Office of CA State Assemblymember Mark Stone
Office of CA State Assemblymember Randy Voepel
Office of CA State Assemblymember Reggie Jones-Sawyer
Office of CA State Assemblymember Rob Bonta
Office of CA State Assemblymember Sharon Quirk-Silva
Office of CA State Assemblymember Shirley Weber
Office of CA State Controller Betty Yee
Office of CA State Senator Ben Allen
Office of CA State Senator Connie Leyva
Office of CA State Senator Cathleen Galgiani
Office of CA State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson
Office of CA State Senator Holly Mitchell
Office of CA State Senator Mike Morrell
Office of CA State Senator Nancy Skinner
Office of CA State Senator Anthony Portantino
Office of CA State Senator Scott Weiner
Office of CA Secretary of State Alex Padilla
Office of Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf
Office of Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg
Office of San Francisco Mayor London Breed
Office of San Francisco Assessor-Recorder Carmen Chu
Office of San Francisco District 1 Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer
Office of San Francisco District 7 Supervisor Norman Yee
Office of San Francisco District 8 Supervisor Rafael Mandelman
Office of San Francisco District 10 Supervisor Shamann Walton
Office of San Francisco District 11 Supervisor Ahsha Safai
Office of United State Senator Dianne Feinstein
Orrick LLC
Ohlone College
One Medical Group
The Pivot Group
Portal A
Posse Foundation
The Presidio Trust
Public Policy Institute of California
Public Rights Project
Qatalyst Partners
R Street Institute
RSF Social Finance
The Richmond Neighborhood Center
Room to Read
Ruckus Partners, Inc.
RYSE Center
S&P Global Ratings
Sacred Heart Community Service
Sally Lieber for CA State Senate Campaign
San Francisco Bay Conservation & Development Commission
San Francisco Department of Children, Youth, and Their Families
San Francisco Interfaith Council
San Francisco Bay Area Federal Executive Board
San Francisco County Transportation Authority
San Francisco Recreation and Park Department
San Francisco Department of Public Health
San Francisco Department of Technology
San Francisco Department on the Status of Women
The San Francisco Foundation
San Francisco Housing Accelerator Fund
San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency
San Francisco Office of Public Finance
San Francisco Planning Department
San Francisco Police Department
San Francisco Rising
San Francisco Unified School District
Savvy, ink.
S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation
Secretary of State California Alex Padilla
SEIU 1000
Shartsis Friese LLP
Sierra Orchards
Skoll Foundation
Snap Inc.
South Bay AFL-CIO Labor Council
Stanford Global Management Immersion Experience (GMIX)
State Building and Construction Trades Council of California
Storefront Political Media
Stuzman Consulting
Sunlight Giving
Swords to Plowshares
The Mission Continues
Trellis Education
UFCW Western States Council
United Way Bay Area
University of California, Office of the President
University of California, Davis
University of California, San Francisco
University of California, Santa Cruz
University of San Francisco
U.S Citizenship and Immigration Services
U.S. Department of Justice, United States Attorney’s Office
Walter and Elise Haas Fund
Water Solutions Network
Wells Fargo
Western States Petroleum Association
The Whitman Institute
The Women’s Foundation
The Workers Lab
Tipping Point Community Foundation
Yes on Proposition A Campaign
Yes on Proposition E Campaign
Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center

Our Donors

Public Funding

San Francisco Department of Children, Youth and Their Families


Betty and Jack Schafer
Dodge & Cox
Ford Foundation
Inner Spark Foundation
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Mary Obelnicki and Craig Silverstein
S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation
Walter & Elise Haas Fund
Walton Family Foundation


Aimee Brown
Anonymous (2)
Diane B. Wilsey
First Republic Bank
Marianna Pisano and Patrick Ford
Marilyn Snider
Pacific Gas and Electric Company
Pam Jones and Steve Herskovitz


Blue Shield of California
California Public Securities Association
David Coulter and Susan Weeks Coulter
Hellman Foundation
Laney Whitcanack and Jon Deane
Latham & Watkins
Lucia Choi-Dalton
Mary Jo and Dick Garrett
Minden and Kathleen Beach
Robyn and David Reiss
Roccam Recruiting
Sara and Josh Leslie
Shartsis Friese
Sonja Perkins
Warburg Pincus


Arthur & Toni Rembe Rock
Celeste Cantu
Courtney Young-Law and Chris Law
Dunstan and Jamie Allison-Hope
Evonne Silva
Leti Light
Linda Gregory
Sean Gibson and Serena Ingre
Turlock Irrigation District
William Jackson and Jacqueline Holen


Alexander Wong
Beth Parker and Ken Taymor
California Building Industry Association
California Business Roundtable
Chip and Arlene Nielsen
CommonSpirit Health
Danielle Bentz
David Sibbet and Gisela Wendling
Diana Tate Vermeire
Dianne Gardiner
Fahr LLC
Gerald Yanowitz
Herb Chan
Honorable Ann Veneman
Honorable James Hormel
Honorable Libby Schaaf
Jan and Fred Hodder
Jeffrey Sosnaud and Jean Curran, M.D.
Jenna and Satish Narayanan
John and Shelley Sage
John Iannuccillo
John Rogers
Kearns & West Inc.
Larry Simi and Janet Rogers
Leslie Hatamiya and Randy Schieber
Mary Mountcastle and James Overton
Nancy and Gavin Masuda
NextGen America
Pivotal Ventures
Raymond Roeder
Rosemary Torres
Ross Stores Foundation
Russell Sunshine
Shauna Marie Rose and Raymond R. Sullivan
The Precourt Foundation
Zach Blume


Alan Unger
Allen & Jeanne Bates
Andrea Eichhorn
Andrés Acevedo
Anonymous (2)
Barbara Meislin
Barry and Erica Goode
Community Health Charities
Constance Marvin
Contra Costa Building and Construction Trades Council
David Jackson
Debbie and Scott Stauffer
Derek Knudsen
Don Reinke
Ed Gerber
Edmund and Heike San Diego
Erika Carlsen
Evan Westrup
Goran Matijasevic
Hank Dempsey
Honorable Jackie Speier
James Blume
Jeff Gordon
John Barr
John McNulty and Christina Wheeler
Judson Clark
Judy and Rich Guggenhime
Kathleen Wesner
Kathryn Poling
Kathy Blackburn
Kelly McCrann
Kenneth Thames
Lawland Long
Leonard T. Mendonca
Lue Her
Maria and Dean Nicolacakis
McCallum Group, Inc.
Michael Andemeskel
Mira Ringler
Pamela Bonnie
Peggy Andrews-Brod
Peter Nichol
Robert William Fleri
Rose-Ellen Fairgrieve
Stephanie Lovette
Susan Kern
Thomas Hoeber
Vic Willits
Victor Fazio
Wells Fargo Bank
William Hirsch and Elizabeth Crabtree


Aaron Carruthers
Adam Byrnes
AFSCME Council 57
Alyson Jacks
Amardeep Prasad
Amber Lamason
Amira Barger
Andrea Gaffney
Andrew Berkman
Andrew Jacobs
Angela Pang
Ann Cook
Ann Lazarus
Anne Young
Anthony Rodriguez
Anu Menon and Akash Garg
Arianna Sue
Arnie Braafladt
Benjamin Matranga
Beth Hodess
Beverly and James Lane
Birgit Schmidt-Wesche
Brady Hirsch
Braidy Barnett
Brenda Castillo
Bronwyn Bailey
Cara Houser
Carleen Bedwell
Carol Chetkovich
Carolyn Hodge
Carolyn Wang Kong
Carter Brown
Catherine Norbeck
Christine Dunkel Schetter
Christopher Simi
Cici Vu
Claire Chiara
Claudia Jasin
Clayton Schloss
Clifford Yee
Craig and Joanne McMicken
Cynthia McMillen
Dana Kleinhesselink
Daniel Cheung
Danielle Merida
David Nelson
David van der Griff
Debra Gonella and Whitman Manley
Deirdre Henderson
Derick Brown
Dharmishta Rood
Diane Tate
Donald Test
Dr. Anne F Collins
Elinor Buchen
Elizabeth Lincoln
Elizabeth Penfil
Ellen Cavanagh
Ellen Newman
Emi Ashida
Eric Goldman
Erick and Melissa Howard
Erin Gilbert
Fatima Kassam
Flor Lorenzo
Franca Gargiulo
Frank De Bernardi and Maureen Fitzgerald
Fred Tse
Gabriel and Jennifer Wolosin
Gabriella M. Celeste and Gershon B. Cohen
Genanne Walsh
Geraldine Rosen-Park
Godfrey Wilson
Goldman, Sachs & Co.
Gordon Fultz
Grace Benson
Grant Din
Gregory Earnest
Hanna Beckman
Holly Shepard
Honorable Abel Guillen
Honorable Patrick Mahoney
Ike and Zohreh Okuda
Ivy Teng Lei
Jabulile Dayton
Jack Fine
Jackie Funasaki
James Toy
Jamie Gardner
Jane Stallman
Janet Andrews Howes
Jeffrey and C. Tracy Orleans
Jennifer Kern
Jennifer Sirkus
Jeremey Newberg
Jerry Chang
Jesse Mainardi
Jocelyn Corbett
Joe and Moira Russoniello
Johanna Calabria
Johanna Hanson
John Giger
Jon Benjamin
Jonah Bleckner
Jorge Ancona
Josh Aycock
Judith Berger
Judy David Bloomfield
Julia Hatton
Julia Ma
June Beittel
Karen Akerson
Karen Wickre
Karrie Tam
Kate Byrne
Kate Ijams
Katherine Murray
Kathleen Gerson
Kathleen Schuler
Kathryn Campbell
Kelly Studer
Kelsey Rugani
Kenneth Matsumura and Adele Poenisch
Kenneth Wun
Kiely Hosmon
Krist Lane
Kristen Kanerva Richards
Kristen Marsh
Kymberle Zielinski
Lacy Vong
Lainie Motamedi and Aaron Johnson
Laura Feinleib
Laura Mead Clapper
Laura Morris
Lauren Havertz
LaVaughn Craig
Lawrence Goldzband
Lawrence Miles
Leeland J. Cole-Chu
Leland Lai
Linda English
Lisa Spinali
Loren Voss
Lori Ozaki
Luis and Dee Buhler
Lupe Diaz
Margaret Hogg
Margaret Laws
Maria Jackson
Maria Kelly
Marian Melendy
Mariana Moore
Marianne Arnstein
Marina Psaros
Marisa Levine
Mark Gallon
Mark Krausse
Marselle Alexander-Ozinskas
Martha Hernandez
Martha Lackritz-Peltier
Mathew Larson
Matthew Onek
Matthew Podolin
Megan Miller
Megha Rajput
Mei Lin Fung
Meriel Lindley and Ellen Shapiro
Michael Goldhamer
Michael Lok
Michaela Lee
Michelle Feldt
Midori Tabata
Mina Bressler
Minh Dan Vuong
Miranda Strominger
Miriam Ailloni-Charas
Miriam Ejide
Monette Borigsay
Morry Rao Hermon
Mothusi Pahl
Naima McQueen
Nancy Szymanski
Nancy Taylor
Natalie Samarjian
Nathan Bengtsson
Nathan Earl
Neema Bollampally and Preetham Reddy
Nic Ming
Nicholas and Alyson Stamos
Nicholas Chim
Nicolas Sloss
Nina Erlich-Williams
Nora Jendoubi
Odin Zackman
Oliver Johnson
Olynn McInerney
Owen Sherry
Pamela Cook and Paul Gietzel
Pascale Soumoy
Patricia Orr
Paul Sittenfeld
Pei-Un Yee
Philip Li
Philippa Barron
Phillip Kilbridge and Kelley Karandjeff
Pippa Spencer
Ratna Amin
Reesha Katcher
Regina Chien
Renee Dupree
Robyn Reiss
Rolf Horn
Ron Fortgang and Ellen Conant
Rosa Terrazas and Frank Martin
Rozeena Jhinnu
Sandra Hughes Goodwin
Sandra Tsai
Sara Farooqi
Sara Russell
Sarah Swickard
Scott Millstein
Shaya Kara
Sheila Purcell
Siena Guerrazzi
Simeon Shigg
Soraya Okuda
Stacy Maldonado
Susan Lieberman
Susan Rosen
Susannah Parsons
Sydney Saubestre
Talar Alexanian
Tamra Hege
Teresa Arriaga
Teresa Barton
Thomas McMorrow
Tina Wang
Tomi Nagai-Rothe
Toni Trejo
Tuan Ngo
Viansa Sonoma
Victoria Faerstein
Vincent Chao
Virginia Gee
Virginia Hamilton
W. Daniel Costello, Jr.
Walt Spevak
Walter Paulsen
Yiaway Yeh
Zev Yaroslavsky

Londa Gregory

“Since my first encounters with Coro’s leadership training and Fellows Program, I saw the work as critical to broadening the focus — of elected leaders, and those in business, nonprofits, and government service — when it comes to solving problems with consequences that clearly sweep across sectors. My later service on the Coro Board only strengthened that conviction.
I give support to Coro as my way of assuring the development of people with the broad vision and sure skills to lead us out of practical, economic, and social problems we cannot even envision today.”

— Linda Gregory, donor and former Coro Board member

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