Rosi is a leadership development trainer and graphic facilitator. Rosi supports leaders at all levels to move forward with clarity, confidence, and creativity in a changing world. Rosi draws on Adaptive Leadership, Internal Family Systems, and Narrative Storytelling to create a bespoke experience that sparks both individual and system-wide change within organizations. Using art and design skills, Rosi visually represents the facilitation process, helping clients see in deeper ways and engage their innate creativity. Rosi specializes in helping teams forge the connective tissue that sparks energy and joy in collective action. Rosi has worked with a wide range of clients across the US and the world, including C-suite executives, nonprofits, philanthropies, youth groups, political campaigns, community organizers, and more.
Rosi holds a Master’s in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School, with a Certificate in Management, Leadership, and Decision Sciences. Prior to Harvard, Rosi lived in Amman, Jordan and worked as the Monitoring and Evaluations Officer at Questscope, an NGO focusing on education and social development. There she helped the team address challenges, communicate more effectively, and use data to drive decision-making in their nation-wide programming. Rosi also draws on several years of teaching in the Baltimore Public Schools, where she honed her skills in pedagogy for capacity development with dynamic groups. The daughter of a single mother Rabbi, Rosi spent her college years learning Arabic and engaging in dialogue with her Jewish community about issues in Israel/Palestine. Originally from Philadelphia, PA, Rosi lives in Cambridge, MA and travels throughout the world for work.