Beth Rosales

General Information



Senior Consultant  - The Lia Fund


Position, Nonprofit Field  - Marguerite Casey Foundation


Board Member  - Asian Health Services

Senior Advisor  - National Community Development Institute

Board Member  - Fusion Consultants

Board Member  - Horizons Foundation

Co-Founder  - Northern California Community Loan Fund

Co-Founder  - Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders

Board Member  - Women's Institute for Leadership Development for Human Rights

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Beth Rosales
Senior Consultant, has been an executive in various capacities at foundations that include the Marguerite Casey Foundation, Tides Foundation, Funding Exchange, and the Women's Foundation of California. She was the first executive director at Vanguard Public Foundation, a position she left in 1980. Currently, she is a Senior Advisor at The Lia Fund, a newly-formed private foundation based in Point Reyes, California. With over twenty-five years of experience in philanthropy, she brings the lens of a progressive funder and activist to the table. She has focused her consulting practice in the areas of strategic planning, program development, board and staff coaching, and building community within the framework of culturally-based work. Beth has served on the boards of Horizons Foundation, East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation, and other non-profits. She was a co-founder of Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (AAPIP) and the Northern California Community Loan Fund. She has also served as a trustee of pioneering socially responsible firms, namely, Working Assets Management Company and Progressive Asset Management. She lives in Oakland, California, enjoying her twelve nieces and nephews.

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BETH ROSALES, Senior Philanthropic Adviser
Beth has worked in philanthropy for more than 35 years in various capacities at progressive foundations including Vanguard Public Foundation, Funding Exchange, Tides, Women's Foundation of California and Marguerite Casey Foundation. Over the years, Beth has made a priority to "move money" toward strengthening social justice movements across the nation. She serves on the Board of Asian Health Services, a community clinic that serves low-income families in Oakland. Beth enjoys spending time with 20 nieces and nephews who are all hapa (mixed) Filipino-Americans, signaling the changing demographics in our country.

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Beth Rosales
Bay Area Justice Funders Network - Member public profile Beth Rosales

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