Rose Green is a Senior Program Officer with the Colorado Health Foundation who works to bring health in reach for all Coloradans. In her current role, Rose leads the Foundation’s Thriving Young People priority, supporting young people from ages 0-25 through strategic grantmaking and community engagement. She also leads the Foundation’s geographic focus in northern Colorado. An essential aspect of her role is forging deep relationships with nonprofit organizations, government agencies and communities across the state.

Rose is fueled by a lifelong passion for equity, justice, and change work, grounded in a desire to make nonprofits more effective and impactful. She is also a founder of the Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy – Colorado chapter, and is on the Direct Service Grantmaking Committee for the Women’s Foundation of Colorado and the Tony Grampsas Youth Services Board. Rose attended Pomona College as an undergrad in Nonprofit Organizational and Economic Development, and received her Masters of Nonprofit Management from Regis University. She has almost completed her participation in the current cohort of the Harmony Initiative with Justice Funders. In her spare time, Rose loves to hike, spend time with family (including a forever-busy five year old), cross stitch, take care of her honeybees, and read contemporary nonfiction.

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