We are Coro Pittsburgh.


We foster the leaders, who spark the transformations that make Pittsburgh thrive.

Enable lasting change. Sometimes it’s hard to feel like you’re really making a difference, like your efforts are worth something. That’s why at Coro Pittsburgh, we invest in a renewable resource: Leaders.

It takes all of us. Diverse perspectives are vital to innovation. Through a regimen of experiential learning and whole system thinking, we create a space for people of every sector, age, gender, race, neighborhood and status to learn and cultivate their leadership qualities.

Contribute greatness. By supplying many different organizations with the invaluable resource of diverse, well-connected, highly adaptive leaders, Coro Pittsburgh strengthens communities and builds our region’s capacity to address our most critical challenges.

Real people real change. Coro programs allow participants the opportunity to explore professional and leadership opportunities while conducting an individual strategic plan for their own growth as leaders.

Be part of the transformation. Coro Pittsburgh: growing leaders, strengthening communities.






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Jun 25: 2014 Public Allies Pittsburgh Leadership Conference ‹more›
Jun 27: Public Allies Class of 2014 Graduation ‹more›
Jun 18: New partnership with Case Western Reserve University ‹more›
Jun 10: Women in Leadership Host Project Opening to Collect Innovative Voices and Experiences ‹more›
Jun 9: Coro Alumnus and Staff Member Mary Parker Receives Dignity & Respect Award ‹more›
Jun 6: My Burmese Days: Reflections on Developing Civic Leaders in Myanmar ‹more›
May 30: Kashif Henderson Honored by United Way ‹more›
May 1: Public Allies Pittsburgh is Looking for the Next Generation of Leaders ‹more›
May 2: Coro Fellows Program Selection Day Recap ‹more›
May 1: Coro’s Michael Sider-Rose to participte in Burmese learning exchange ‹more›
May 1: Coro Fellow Gianina Olivera Writes Op Ed on Gender Pay Gap in the U.S. ‹more›
Mar 19: Coro Fellows Aim to Go to DC as Ambassadors of Pittsburgh ‹more›
Mar 31: Coro Fellows Learn About State Affairs in Harrisburg ‹more›
Feb 14: Participate Now in Inclusive Leadership in Action Survey ‹more›
Mar 20: NEXT Leaders Use Community Input Tool to Build Momentum in South Pittsburgh ‹more›
Feb 13: Open Letter to Bill Peduto ‹more›
Feb 14: Part-Time Programs Update ‹more›
Feb 14: Coro alumnus Michael Sriprasert leads successful neighborhood development strategy ‹more›
Feb 14: Alumna Melissa Wilf lands new position at SIGAR ‹more›


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