Cora Lea Rose joined the EDC in 2014 after serving as a fellow at Legal Services for Entrepreneurs, an economic justice project of Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights. Prior to joining LCCR, Cora served as an attorney fellow in the litigation team at the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and previously worked at Catholic Charities CYO Refugee & Immigrant Services and La Casa de la Raza. As a law student she found avenues to serve the community through various public interest organizations, including: Bay Area Legal Aid’s subsidized housing rights program, Equal Rights Advocates, student-run workers rights clinics, and the Legal Aid Society – Employment Law Center, for which she received a Herma Hill Kay public interest fellowship for women’s rights advocacy. Cora Lea received her J.D. from University of California at Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall). She speaks Spanish.