Rosalind provides individualized consulting services to cities and analyzes cross-programmatic learning to support program development and organization strategy.
Rosalind first came to Cities of Service as Resilience Project Manager to lead the Resilience AmeriCorps program. Prior to joining Cities of Service, she served as Program Officer with the Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust. In that role, she developed and executed grant-making strategies for environmental conservation and managed the grant portfolios for conservation in Myanmar and the Gulf of California Region of Mexico. Rosalind also served as Field Coordinator at San Francisco Baykeeper where she led volunteer programs, coordinated scientific monitoring, and advocated for protective environmental policies.
Rosalind holds a Master of Science from Fordham University, where she studied changing patterns of biodiversity in New York City area forests, and she holds a Bachelor’s degree in environmental science from Colby College in Waterville, ME. She also serves on the Young Advocates Council of Riverkeeper. Rosalind lives in Brooklyn.