Rozella Kennedy

A New York native, Rozie first worked in media in Paris and Bristol, UK; in New York with Time Inc., the ACLU, and, and then a decade in New Mexico, helping establish the New Mexico Centennial, Creative Santa Fe, and the award-winning Santa Fe New Music. With her consulting arm, Santa Fe Accompli, she served concerns across the nonprofit spectrum, from human service (NM Hunger Coalition), to arts (Santa Fe Desert Chorale and the Santa Fe Arts Institute). 

Since relocating to the Bay Area in 2012, she's worked for a variety of nonprofits in executive and front-line fundraising capacities. A graduate of NYC's Brearley School, Tufts, and L'Universite de Paris, she’s also a published essayist and ghost writer. She lives in Berkeley with her husband, the composer/conductor John Kennedy, with whom she has two daughters.