Hira Shah serves as a Program Manager at Coro Southern California, overseeing logistics and operations for the Fellows Program in Public Affairs, Youth Fellows Program, Workforce Leadership Network, and Housing and Houselessness Leadership Network.
She is an alumna of Coro Southern California’s 64th Class of Fellows in Public Affairs. In her fellowship year, she worked at Southern California Edison, the LA/OC Building and Construction Trades Council, Kid City Hope Place, Cedars-Sinai, and the Office of the Los Angeles City Controller. Before Coro, Hira worked on economic policy and services at the Community Empowerment Fund and the United States Senate Office of former Senator Kamala Harris.
Hira received her B.A. from Duke University, where she studied Political Science as an Angier B. Duke Scholar.