Housing & Houselessness Leadership Network

Developing housing and houselessness professionals to advance innovate solutions and ignite action

The Housing & Houselessness Leadership Network (HHLN) provides houselessness service providers and housing professionals with the leadership skills and a cross-sectoral network to advance their capacity to ignite action and impact within their organizations and across the region. Become an agent of change on housing and houselessness in Los Angeles County!

Participants expand their capacity from peer learning,  experienced leadership, DEIB, and human centered-design facilitators, and the broader Coro and regional community through Coro’s unique blend of experiential and immersive programming.

Coro’s programs deliver deep impact (see more in the “Program Impact & Testimonials” tab above and in the Program Benefits Guide) at a highly subsidized professional development rate. The housing and houselessness work environment and the challenges your team members face in it are complex. Investing in your team by expanding their skills, network, and knowledge further builds your capacity to deliver on your organization’s mission. 

Supporting team members, either financially and/or with the time and space to participate fully in HHLN, yields strong organizational benefits by:

  1. Increasing the skills of employees in critical positions that can be incorporated departmentally and instilled in their direct reports.

  2. Demonstrating your commitment to the employee, increasing their feeling of engagement, which often leads to higher productivity, loyalty, and retention; and

  3. Motivating all employees by signaling that leadership and a commitment to their work is rewarded by the organization.

Connect with Coro to discuss an organizational partnership and nominate a member of your team for HHLN.

HHLN Graduates’ Organizations

  • Abundant Housing LA
  • Century Housing
  • City of Long Beach, Department of Health and Human Services
  • City of Los Angeles, City Planning Department
  • City of Los Angeles, Office of Council President Paul Krekorian (CD 2)
  • City of Pasadena, Accessibility and Disability Commission
  • Communities for a Better Environment
  • Conrad N. Hilton Foundation
  • County of Los Angeles, Office of the Chief Executive
  • Covenant House California
  • Downtown Women’s Center
  • Ethos Real Estate
  • Hollywood Food Coalition
  • Los Angeles County Development Authority
  • Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA)
  • Los Angeles Mission
  • My Friend’s Place
  • Ontario International Airport Authority
  • Orange County Department of Education
  • San Gabriel Valley Regional Housing Trust
  • The Center in Hollywood
  • Thomas Safran & Associates
  • WET Design
  • Whalar

Organizations listed do not constitute an endorsement of the HHLN program, or Coro, by the organization.