Vicki Rosenberg & Associates
Vicki Rosenberg is principal of Vicki Rosenberg & Associates, a firm she founded in 2012 to provide organizational development services to nonprofits and foundations.
Rosenberg, who has more than 25 years experience in executive management and grantmaking, had previously served as chief operating officer (2000-2007) and vice president for Education, Communication, and External Relations (2007-2012) for the Council of Michigan Foundations (CMF). Rosenberg developed CMF’s first Public Policy Committee and a graduate level fellowship to support its work; created and co-chaired PolicyWorks for Philanthropy, a capacity building initiative serving 28 of 35 regional associations of grantmakers, and designed and directed Transforming Michigan Philanthropy, the nation’s largest statewide initiative to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion in philanthropy.
Rosenberg also held posts as a senior program officer for the Getty Education Center, a division of the J. Paul Getty Trust, and administrative manager. During her tenure at the Trust (1983-2000), Rosenberg managed national grant programs and strategic partnerships designed to improve K-12 education through the arts.
Rosenberg holds an MBA from the University of California, Los Angeles and B.A. in studio art and art history from the University of Minnesota. She is certified in facilitation through the Interaction Institute for Social Change and in the Intercultural Development Inventory through IDI, LLC. Rosenberg is a co-author of “Essential Skills and Strategies for New Grantmakers,” the standard national curriculum for those new to philanthropy.
Rosenberg has served on and led numerous boards and task forces. She currently serves on the boards of the Allegan County Community Foundation, Communications Network, Saugatuck Dunes Coastal Alliance, D5 Coalition, and ACLU Michigan’s West Michigan Advisory Committee. She was an elected member of the Saugatuck Public Schools Board of Education.