Selena Martinez Mak is a second generation Mexican-American, mother, patient advocate, and social entrepreneur. She is driven to be part of a collective solution to re-imagine economic systems where communities can thrive. After graduating with a dual masters degree in Business and Public Administration, she co-founded and served as executive director of The 559 Mural Project to address racial and socio-economic inequity through mural art. As a Coro fellow, she hopes to strengthen her leadership skills to lead with intention and build collective power in community to tackle inequitable economic systems. Selena enjoys spending time with her family, making her mom’s enchiladas, and listening to NPR’s Throughline podcast.