Dr. Coraggio is a founding partner of the EdPros Consulting Group. He previously served as Vice President of Strategic Impact at St. Petersburg College (SPC), where he served in varying levels of responsibility during his twelve-year tenure. He is a former Chair of the Florida College System’s (FCS) Council of Instructional Affairs (CIA) and former President of the Florida Association for Institutional Research (FAIR). His community involvement includes serving as the chair of the Seminole Educational Ecosystem and a member of the Leadership Council for LEAP Tampa Bay, a regional college access network. His work has been published and he has presented papers and presentations at more than 75 conferences, including DREAM, SACSCOC, ACCT, AACC Pathways, the Association of Institutional Research, American Educational Research Association, and National Council on Measurement in Education. He was selected as one of thirty-nine leaders from across the nation for the inaugural Aspen Presidential Fellowship for Community College Excellence.
Dr. Coraggio has been involved in the guided pathways for the past eight years. He was the National Coach for the SUNY Guided Pathways. He has undertaken additional consulting engagements around Guided Pathways with the Virginia Community College System, Community College of Aurora, Middlesex County College, and College of Central Florida. He helped host the 2015 Academic Pathways summit along with SPC, Valencia College, and Broward College. He participated in the inaugural AACC Pathways cohort with SPC. He has also presented on the topic of guided pathways at the Florida Council of Presidents, Council of Instructional Affairs, the Moving the Needle conference, Achieving the Dream, and the AACC Pathways Cohort 1 and 2. He has also extend the pathways work to build articulation programs with universities (FUSE program) and local school districts.