Jessie Rosenberg

Jessie Rosenberg Joins Morehouse School of Medicine as Vice President for Philanthropy and Comprehensive Campaign

Rosenberg joins MSM after serving as Vice President for Philanthropy for the Wellstar Health System Foundation.

ATLANTA – MARCH 13, 2023 – Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) is proud to announce that Jessie Rosenberg has joined the institution as its Vice President for Philanthropy and Comprehensive Campaign in the Office of Institutional Advancement (OIA). In her new role at MSM, Mrs. Rosenberg is responsible for overseeing philanthropic giving and MSM's $500 million capital campaign, IMPACT: The World Needs What We Do Best.

"Morehouse School of Medicine is excited to welcome Mrs. Rosenberg to the MSM family," said MSM President and CEO Valerie Montgomery Rice, MD, FACOG. "Mrs. Rosenberg brings decades of experience in philanthropy and development, talents that will help MSM expand our capital campaign to advance our health equity mission."

Mrs. Rosenberg has dedicated her career to strengthening nonprofits and brings more than 20 years of senior management, development expertise, strategic planning, change management, and coaching to her new position at MSM. Most recently, Mrs. Rosenberg served as Vice President for Philanthropy for the Wellstar Health System Foundation, where her role included managing the growth and expansion of a Grateful Patient program to engage families, clinicians, and hospital leadership. She strengthened operations to guide the Foundation towards a 30% increase in revenue over the previous year.

Prior to Wellstar, Mrs. Rosenberg worked as Executive Director for Foundation/Philanthropy at Piedmont Healthcare and as Director of Development for Camp Twin Lakes. She is a graduate of the University of Alberta.

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Jamille Bradfield
Morehouse School of Medicine