Christine Cordero

Christine is the Program Director at the Center For Story Based Strategy.  She believes that people power can change the world. That's why she's dedicated herself to strong strategies – in our organizing, our campaigns, and our stories. Her mission is to support the continual cycle of community training-learning-action, toward a just and loving world.  As Program Director at the Center for Environmental Health, Christine partnered with community-based organizations and coalitions to create synergy between the environmental health and justice movements. Christine brings over a decade of experience in facilitation, training, and public speaking in several social justice sectors including youth organizing, labor, and international environmental health and justice. She is a graduate of Stanford University where she studied linguistics, with a focus in language and power. Christine proudly serves on the boards of the Stanford Asian Pacific American Alumni Club and Worksafe. She lives in Oakland - aspiring to bake the perfect macaroni and cheese, writing poetry, and occasionally getting back in a boat as a coxswain, inspiring rowers to victory in competitive racing.