May 27, 2022

Episode 117: Get Developed! Let Your Light Shine: Talent Development


Coral specializes in creating and facilitating engaging learning experiences for in-person, blended, and virtual settings. She has facilitated training and spoken at conferences and events from the local to international level. Coral enjoys finding solutions to problems and loves to explore the dynamics of talent, program/project management, and organizational development.  

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Coral Zayas

Science Instructional Support Specialist

Coral Zayas is a bilingual instructional designer, proud STEM educator, and instructional coach.

She specializes in creating and facilitating engaging learning experiences for in-person, blended, and virtual settings for learners of all ages. She enjoys creating learning experiences that solve organizational problems using a wide variety of tools.

In the past, she has held positions in K-16 education as an educator, program coordinator, and coach for both students and fellow educators.

She currently serves as a science instructional support specialist, coaching educators and supporting student achievement. She works across K-12 and higher education supporting educator professional development.

In the future, she hopes to combine her interests in talent/organizational development, instructional design, and project management to support innovative organizations and their learners.

In her spare time, she loves putting her love of project/program management to work by volunteering for roles that support missions she believes in. She currently serves as the Board President for the Elon University ELHAN (Elon Latinx/Hispanic Alumni Network).