More than 10,000 graduates of Coro programs have moved on to become leaders in their communities and organizations over the decades. They participate as business executives, social entrepreneurs, elected officials, members of the media, community organizers, government staffers, board members for corporate entities and non-profit organizations, and many others.

Coro graduates have varied and unique journeys but share a commitment to collaborating and leading across differences to improve our world. Our 75-year history gives us one of the most diverse alumni networks in the country, spanning sectors, perspectives, and geography. Our alumni engage with tens of thousands of organizations, institutions, and communities every day.

Coro Voices

The best way to learn about Coro’s impact on people and their organizations and communities is to hear about it first hand. Meet some of our program alumni.

Senator Holly J Mitchell

Fellows Program in Public Affairs, 1987

Daniel Sanchez

Youth Fellows Program, 2018

Audrey Handelman

Lead LA, 2019

Asha Brooks Lang

Women in Leadership LA, Spring 2019

Robin Kramer

Fellows Program in Public Affairs, 1976

Frederick O. Terrell

Fellows Program in Public Affairs, 1977

Jessica Lall

Fellows Program in Public Affairs, 2007

Terry O’Day

Fellows Program in Public Affairs, 1996

Carole Neal

Lead LA, 2019

Janelle Hartley

Women in Leadership LA, Spring 2019

Cecilia Hernandez

Women in Leadership LA, Spring 2019

Hon. Alex Padilla

Fellows Program in Public Affairs, 1995

“I am Coro” Video

Eight of our esteemed Alumni share the value of their Coro experience and the influence it has had on their lives. Watch the video to find out what Coro ultimately means to them.