Rosa Singer has worked since 2008 for CARE USA, a leading humanitarian organization that fights global poverty in more than 72 countries.
Rosa builds and manages strategic, private sector partnerships to fight global poverty and empower girls and women. She manages the collaboration with Fortune 500 companies and their foundations to support CARE's programming and priorities.
Formerly in Ethiopia as a CARE Program Design Team Leader, Rosa co-designed reproductive health and livelihoods programming for girls subject to early marriage and created an innovative partnership between CARE, the Nike Foundation, and the International Center for Research on Women (ICRW). Her expertise is in cross-cutting alliances and programs that leverage gender and girls' empowerment.
Before joining CARE, Rosa was the V.P. of Project Management & Development for Latin America at The Pacific Institute. Rosa also serves as Adjunct Faculty at Seattle University teaching Gender and Development. She earned her M.A. in International Relations from the Universidad del Salvador in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she was a Rotary International World Peace Fellow, a competitive, worldwide award.