Senior Vice President of Programs & Government Affairs
David Rosenberg oversees the strategic direction, growth, and management of JFCS’ diverse portfolio of services and programs that benefit the community. He is also responsible for working with JFCS’ team of program directors on identifying needs in the community and securing grant funding for the agency. As part of JFCS’ dynamic new strategic plan, David and his team are focusing on increasing mental health services, especially for youth and teens, and developing a government affairs strategy for the agency. David brings 20+ years of non-profit management, program development, and grant-writing experience to the organization.
Prior to joining JFCS, David served as President and Founder of Senior Care Advisors, a care management company that advised mature adults and their family members on resources for seniors and how to access them. David previously also served as Executive Director of Wilf at Home, a community-based program of The Oscar and Ella Wilf Campus for Senior Living that helped seniors to age safely in place. David has also held leadership positions at CARIE, the Center for Advocacy for the Rights and Interests of the Elderly, and at the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia, where he planned and implemented innovative programs to help older adults.
When he is not working, David loves spending time with his wife and two sons. He also enjoys going to the movies, listening to music, cooking, and volunteering.