Lee Rosenfield is originally from Salem, MA attending Salem High School where he graduated 12th in his class and received a full fellowship to college, an award bestowed upon one deserving student each year.
He attended the University of New Hampshire as an undergraduate, where he studied Communications and Spanish. Lee founded the UNH’s Hillel organization and was selected to deliver the Baccalaureate speech at university commencement.
After graduation, Lee moved to Israel where he lived for one year. Upon his return he worked at Hillel Council of New England and Combined Jewish Philanthropies for two years. Subsequently, Lee moved to Los Angeles where he attended Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion and the University of Southern California on a full Federation fellowship earning his Masters of Arts in Jewish Nonprofit Management and a Masters of Public Administration respectively. During graduate school, Lee interned at the Jewish Federation of Los Angeles, the Jewish Community Centers of Los Angeles and was a frequent Service Leader at Congregation Beth Chayim Chadashim.
Lee Rosenfield has worked in Jewish non-profit organizations for nearly thirty years now including the Hillel movement, JCC movement, the Federation movement and Jewish higher education. He also served as the National Fundraising Director for Big Brothers Big Sisters of America. For the past nine years, Lee has run his own firm, Rosenfield Consulting, having built it into a national practice with other gifted colleagues and Jewish communal professionals.
Lee Rosenfield is a gifted communicator and educator with a breadth of knowledge and high emotional intelligence. Lee embodies the virtues of philanthropy in his bones having been the recipient of Jewish communal largesse as a child and young adult.