Kim Rozzi has twenty-five years of experience in philanthropy and nonprofit management. Ms. Rozzi’s strategic approach to public service has resulted in positive change for many foundations and nonprofit organizations.
As Executive Director of the Maurer Foundation, Ms. Rozzi positioned the foundation as a leader in the field of breast health education and forged many valuable and lasting relationships with other foundations and corporations. During her tenure, she revised the foundation’s giving criteria and increased its grantmaking/services by 100%.
While serving as at The Guggenheim Museum as Director of the Children’s Program, she worked with many major donors to guide their support of annual museum exhibitions and in-house educational programs. She initiated several long- and short-range planning initiatives and led more than 40 museum-school partnerships with foundations, corporations, high net worth individuals, other museums and educational institutions.
As a management consultant and interim director, Ms. Rozzi has helped analyze, evaluate and build a wide range of nonprofits with missions that include community health care, early childhood education, children and family services and transitional housing. Throughout her years of public service, Ms. Rozzi has developed significant strength in organizational development and evaluation, organizational analysis, strategic planning, capacity building, research, program planning and administration.
Ms. Rozzi holds a Masters of Public Administration from New York University with a specialty in Health Policy and Management and earned an undergraduate degree in multicultural approaches to Arts Education from the State University of New York. She is an advisory member of The Lymphatic Research Foundation, a member of the New York State Cancer Consortium, a member of the American Public Health Association and serves on the Board of the Association of Nonprofit Specialists.