Cora Santaguida attended Greenwich public schools, graduating from Greenwich High School in 1996.  She graduated cum laude from the College of New Rochelle in 2000, earning a Bachelor's degree in English.  She is honored in Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, and also by Kappa Gamma Pi, the national honor society for leadership at Catholic colleges.

After working as a teacher's assistant at Greenwich Catholic School, she accepted a position with the City of Stamford Mayor's Youth Services Bureau, where she supervised the YACline program, a teen information and referral phone line (a joint program of the YSB and the city Department of Health and Social Services). She worked alongside other YSB staff and several area youth service agencies to promote positive youth development. She resigned from the position in 2003 due to a long term illness.

In addition to working in Stamford, Cora has also dedicated several hundred hours volunteering at Stamford Hospital and the Center for Sexual Assault Crisis Counseling and Education.

Cora maintains a strong dedication to youth, and believes in success and empowerment of students through academics, sports, the arts, community involvement, and employment.


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