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Board of Directors

NANCY ROSEN, B.S, M.S.
Chief Executive Officer
Sister to Sister - Everyone Has A Heart Foundation

Nancy A. Rosen is the CEO of the Sister to Sister - Everyone Has a Heart Foundation, a 501(c) (3) charitable organization launched in 2000. Its mission is to educate women about heart disease prevention and healthy lifestyles, and to provide free heart health screenings. Ms. Rosen brings more than 15 years of experience in the healthcare field to the organization.

Prior to joining Sister to Sister, she was an Executive for Washington Sports and Entertainment. Formerly, Ms. Rosen was the Executive Director of the American Foundation for Autistic Children. In her tenure as Executive Director, Ms. Rosen originated and coordinated training modules for professionals in the field of autism in five countries: South Africa, Israel, Argentina, Turkey and Ghana. As Executive Director, Ms. Rosen was responsible for the supervision of staff psychiatrists, developmental pediatrician, physical therapists and occupational therapists, staff social workers, and activity therapists.

Ms. Rosen was one of the founders and Executive Director for the Planned Lifetime Assistance Network (PLAN) of Maryland and Washington, D.C. This unique program provides case management to the chronically mentally ill individuals. It has been duplicated based on this model in association with the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill in thirty two other states.

Ms. Rosen was an Academic Coordinator in the Division of Pediatrics, Georgetown University
School of Medicine. She designed and implemented the $1 million Medicaid reimbursable deinstitutionalization project with the District of Columbia Health Care Finance Office, while continually providing clinical supervision over twenty health care professionals.

In addition, Ms. Rosen currently serves on the boards of Organization, Rehabilitation and Training (ORT), Personnel Support Network ( partners with National Alliance Mentally Ill), and the American Associates of Ben Gurion University (AABGU). She has been a consultant for the Special Olympics International and a Director of "Rights of the Child Foundation", based in Accra, Ghana.

Ms. Rosen earned her advanced degree from Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana and her Bachelor of Science from Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana.