Coro is New York City’s premier civic leadership training program and a community of 2,200 alumni across business, government, schools, and non-profits that is shaping our city’s future.
For students and executives, activists and entrepreneurs who want to learn how New York City works so that they can make it better, Coro New York is the premier leadership training program that delivers the skills, knowledge, and network to lead change. Participants become leaders and influencers, developing innovative solutions to public issues, incorporating different points of view in their decision-making, and inspiring others to lead change.
You’re invited to hear HPD Deputy Commissioner Daniel Hernandez discuss two critical initiatives to boost affordable housing construction. Leora Jontef (LNY24) is hosting the informal discussion at HPD on February 18. The Mayor’s ambitious plan to build or preserve 200,000 units of affordable housing is partially dependent on two equally ambitious city-wide initiatives: Mandatory Inclusionary Housing (MIH) and Zoning for Quality and Affordability (ZQA).
Bring your own workplace examples to explore systems of power, dialogue about privilege, and creative problem-solving in this fun, interactive and fast-paced workshop by S. Leigh Thompson.
Coro alumni are part of a collaborative community sharing a lifelong commitment to meaningful change. Meet more of our alumni community here.
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U.S. Senator Colorado
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Lend Lease, Inc.