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Beth Rosales - ...
Beth Rosales - Secretary
...Beth has served on the Boards of Horizons Foundation, Asian Pacific Islander Wellness, and other non-profits.She was a founder of the Northern California Community Loan Fund and Asian-American Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy.She has also served as a Trustee of pioneering socially responsible firms, namely, Working Assets Management Company and Progressive Asset Management.
...Beth RosalesSenor AdvisorBeth has been with NCDI since 2006.As a Senior Advisor, she manages NCDI's communications and strategic positioning and develops new programs.Beth has over 25 years of experience in the nonprofit field, including senior positions at the Marguerite Casey Foundation, The Women's Foundation of California, the Community Technology Foundation of California, and the Tides Foundation.
After many years in philanthropy, Beth
is pleased to have the opportunity to return to her
roots and work closely with the community, which is where social change truly happens.Beth
has recently discovered the joys of traveling by train, not the least of which is experiencing the expansive and varied beauty of our nation.
Women's Institute for Leadership Development for Human Rights
Beth Rosales Former Director of Programs for the Marguerite Casey Foundation
10 Jan 2015 12:00 PM | ...
10 Jan 2015 12:00 PM | Beth Rosales
Beth Rosales was the senior philanthropic adviser who guided The Lia Fund for eight years.Bethhas worked in philanthropy for more than 35 years in various capacities at progressive foundations including Vanguard Public Foundation, Funding Exchange, Tides, Womenâ€™s Foundation of California and Marguerite Casey Foundation.
Over the years, Beth
has made a priority to â€œmove moneyâ€� toward strengthening social justice movements across the nation.
is now retired, but can still be reached firstname.lastname@example.org she
ties up loose ends for the foundation.
"The primary reason we want to come to the border was to listen," said Beth Rosales, senior program officer for the Marguerite Casey Foundation."Our president and trustees are very concerned about issues and conditions that are faced by low-income families along the border."
The foundation, based in Seattle, was created in 2001 and plans to award $30 million annually to support a variety of agencies across the nation.