Julie Rosen

Consultant & Leader, Not-For-Profit Practice - Boston

Julie A. Rosen, leader of WittKieffer’s Not-for-Profit Practice, brings more than 30 years of experience working in healthcare and not-for-profit organizations and associations. Julie’s expertise in building effective boards and staff, developing and executing fundraising strategies, building organizations and brands through government, media and community strategies, and developing business and programmatic solutions directly influences her dynamic approach to leadership engagement and recruitment. Her extensive knowledge of federal and state public health policy, issues and players lends further credence to the expertise she brings to each engagement.

Based in the firm’s Boston office, Julie identifies C-suite and other senior leaders on behalf of hospitals, health systems, community medical centers, philanthropic and charitable foundations, legacy foundations, social service organizations, national and international member associations, other leading not-for-profits and healthcare organizations spanning the continuum of care.

Most recently, Julie served as executive director of the Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare in Boston, a national not-for-profit organization advocating for enhancing the patient-clinician relationship. In this role, she transitioned this small memorial start up to a national and internationally recognized organization during her tenure. Prior to the Schwartz Center, Julie was assistant vice president for public and community affairs at Tufts Health Plan and executive director of the Conference of Boston Teaching Hospitals. She also served in leadership roles with the Massachusetts Hospital Association, Massachusetts Medical Society and American Dental Hygienists’ Association.

Julie currently serves as chair of the Hebrew Rehabilitation Hospital and was recently appointed to the American Hospital Association Regional Policy Board. She has previously held board positions with the Schwartz Center, Vinfen, the Fishing Partnership Health Plan and the Heller School Alumni Committee.