Adam S. Rozen
Rozen Consulting & Design
Adam S. Rozen has been successfully writing proposals as a contractor for five years, working with a variety of nonprofit organizations. He has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for causes as diverse as human services, education, religion, environment, and culture. In particular, he enjoys working with organizations serving low-income people. He is a second-generation PSGA Board member; his business partner and mother, Shelley Rozen, served on the PSGA Board from 2002-2006.
As a board member, Adam hopes to contribute his perspective as a young freelancer to help PSGA thrive and plan for the future. He grew up in the Tacoma area and moved to Seattle in 2015, making him highly familiar with both King and Pierce Counties.
Adam holds a B.A. in Jewish Studies from the University of Washington, a field that involves considerable writing and research. He currently resides in Seattle with his wife, Rachel, and their two cats.