Shira Kogan (pronouns: she/her) is the Director of Corporate Development at The Trevor Project, the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ youth. Shira leads Trevor’s team in building innovative and impactful cross-sector partnerships that help corporations accomplish their goals and contribute to Trevor’s mission. Shira’s passion for diversity & inclusion, LGBTQ advocacy, and improving mental health for individuals of all backgrounds and identities led her to The Trevor Project from LinkedIn, where she worked previously as a Nonprofit Relationship Manager. In 2019, she secured The Trevor Project’s then largest-ever corporate donation from Google.org. During her tenure, she has helped Trevor’s corporate team quadruple its annual revenue since 2017, and has led four Halo-Award winning partnerships. Shira graduated with honors from Harvard University, where she studied History and Literature. She is the co-founder of the Young Professionals Board for LEAP, a nonprofit focused on expanding access to arts education for NYC students. In her spare time, she enjoys exploring NYC (especially Brooklyn, her favorite place in the world), dancing, and karaoke.