Priority Areas I Work In:
Adult Recovery | Early Childhood Social-Emotional Development | Primary Care | Youth and Young Adult Resiliency
Rose has always been committed to making a positive change in the world. Volunteering since childhood, her passion for service is reflected in her career. Rose is devoted to decreasing inequity and poverty; she believes these root causes prevent people from living their best, healthiest lives. She brings the principles of equity and justice to what she does each day, and strives to live into the better world she is helping to create.
As a senior program officer, Rose helps develop and implement the Foundation’s grantmaking strategies. An essential aspect of her role is forging deep relationships with nonprofit organizations, government agencies and communities across the state. She is deeply committed to the Foundation’s efforts to get to know communities across Colorado better and focus on solutions at the local level.
Green is not just her last name—it also reflects some of her favorite aspects of life in Colorado. She finds calm and awe in the beautiful outdoors, and can often be found biking, hiking, or gardening. Alluding to her childhood in Denver, the Colorado Museum of Nature and Science is a nostalgic and beloved place to take her daughter to. Her commitment to place and curiosity about what works are core to how she does her work every day.
BA Nonprofit Organizational & Economic Development — Pomona College
Master of Nonprofit Management — Regis University