Barry Rosenberg’s passion is preparing the next generation of social work professionals to obtain positions where they can effectively lead and manage human service organizations. He teaches leadership, board governance, organizational behavior, strategic planning, and the innovative Brown Consulting course. He advises Management specialization students in the Master of Social Work program, including the Bettie Schroth Johnson Scholars, as well as joint-degree MSW/MBA students.
Rosenberg also leads planning for the Brown School’s program of executive education. He has designed and teaches the CEO Seminar: Building an Effective Fundraising Organization, and Inside the CEO, a series for senior managers preparing to advance their careers.
Previously, Rosenberg completed a 37-year career in non-profit management, culminating as CEO of the Jewish Federation of St. Louis, the Jewish community’s central fundraising, planning and community-building organization. He was a nationally recognized advocate and innovator in efforts to develop and strengthen the professional workforce of Jewish human service agencies and created the Millstone Institute for Leadership Development. His scholarly work focuses on leadership, professional development, nonprofit board governance, and the application of social work knowledge and skills to Jewish organizations and fundraising.
Additionally he is practitioner in residence at The Mission Center, where he consults on various aspects of non-profit management and leadership.
Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping
March 30 2018
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