Courtney Young-Law, Ed.D., is Vice President of Programs and Leadership Training at CORO. As an educator and coach, her goal is to empower social change agents so they can advocate for themselves and the causes they champion.
Courtney has worked as an administrator, a professor, and an entrepreneur. While at Mills College, Courtney directed the Office of Student Activities, served as Chair for the Student Experience Committee of the Mills Strategic Plan, and advised student government. As a visiting professor at Mills, she taught courses for pre-service teachers in the School of Education focused on increasing educational equity. During her career, she has facilitated numerous leadership development programs for both students and colleagues at Mills, the University of San Francisco, and Tufts University. She has also provided leadership development consulting for institutions like Minerva and Dominican University.
Courtney’s experience as an educator led her to found Fundamentum, a company blending technology and coaching to support people in their career development. At Fundamentum, Courtney’s clients ranged from executives at Fortune 500 companies to recent college graduates.
Courtney received her doctorate in Education from Mills College in Educational Leadership. She also has a Master’s Degree in Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and a Master’s of Arts in Education from Mills College. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from the University of Texas at Austin. A native Texan, she has called San Francisco home for more than 15 years.