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Coursera elevates Alan Cardenas to the function of Common Counsel and Secretary

By Jeff Maggioncalda, CEO, Coursera 

I’m delighted to announce that Alan Cardenas might be entering into the function of Common Counsel and Secretary at Coursera, becoming a member of our government staff and overseeing the management and day-to-day operations of our world authorized operate. 

Since becoming a member of the corporate as Deputy Common Counsel in 2021, Alan has managed a world authorized staff, spearheading the company authorized operate worldwide and chairing the worldwide enlargement committee. He additionally led our response to a number of world developments and oversaw compliance practices as each a public firm and public profit company. I’m assured that Alan will proceed to offer distinctive counsel to Coursera that may allow us to serve much more learners and establishments all over the world. As the primary Latinx member of our government staff, we’re additionally delighted that Alan will function the chief sponsor of HOLA, our Latinx/Hispanic Worker Useful resource Group. 

Earlier than Coursera, Alan spent greater than 13 years at Siemens, together with its spinoff Siemens Power, the place he held numerous management positions inside the authorized operate. He holds a J.D. from Rutgers College College of Legislation and a Bachelor of Arts in historical past and political science from Rutgers College.

As we welcome Alan, I’d wish to thank Anne Cappel for her tireless work as Common Counsel for greater than 5 years. Anne’s experience, sound counsel, and regular management have been instrumental to our success. She has constructed a top-notch authorized staff and laid the muse that has allowed Coursera to develop right into a globally profitable public firm. Anne will transition into an advisory function at Coursera. 

Please be a part of me in congratulating Alan on his new function as Common Counsel and in thanking Anne for her invaluable contributions to Coursera.



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