As our website, Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn show, Coro concluded formal recruitment for our new cohort of Women in Leadership on Monday, December 8th.  After careful review of over 60 nominations and dozens of applications, our selection committee identified a group of women that have shared interests in STEM, representation of women in positions of leadership, equal pay, and collaborating with other women leaders.  We are pleased to welcome the following outstanding women to our next cohort:

  • Lindsay Surmacz, University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute
  • Marteen Garay, Urban Innovation 21
  • Bevin Baker, First Commonwealth Bank
  • Jessica Kaminsky, Hear Me Project at Carnegie Mellon University’s CREATE Lab
  • Robin White, Steel Center
  • Samantha Bute Hartzman, Fund for the Advancement of Minorities Through Education (FAME)
  • Vanessa Braun, The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust
  • Renelda Colvin, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
  • Lingling Zhu, Idea Foundry, Inc.
  • Christina Ascension Farmartino, The Open Door, Inc.
  • Ellyse Williams, The Hershey Company
  • Mikana Maeda, The Kingsley Association
  • Natalie Torti, Environmental Charter School
  • LaShawna Russ, Pittsburgh Community Reinvestment Group
  • Samantha Einloth, Urban Innovation 21
  • Laura Drogowski, Omnyx, LLC
  • Alesha Council-Platt, City Charter High School
  • Brazitte A. Poole, Social Security Administration
  • Katie Stringent, Township of Upper St. Clair
  • Tekia Warren, Justice Related Services
  • Sara Longo, ACEing Autism
  • Aster Teclay, Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh
  • Ebony Robinson, Allegheny County / Great Lakes Behavioral Research Institute
  • Yarra Howze, Pittsburgh Public Schools

The next cohort begins Tuesday, January 6, 2015.

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