Miami Jewish Health Systems has appointed Susan Fox Rosellini as the nonprofit’s new executive director of the MJHS Foundation and chief development officer.
In her role, Fox Rosellini will utilize her extensive development leadership experience while overseeing the creation of fundraising campaigns, outreach programs and overall development of the organization.
“Miami Jewish Health Systems is delighted to welcome Susan Fox Rosellini onboard,” said Jeffrey P. Freimark, president and CEO. “Susan’s extensive experience makes her the ideal person for the position. She brings an outstanding track record that will surely benefit Miami Jewish Health Systems’ overall goals and be an excellent addition to our talented team.”
Prior to joining Miami Jewish Health Systems, Fox Rosellini served as executive director of development for neurology at University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, where she led the development of major gifts and fundraising campaigns. In addition, she served as director of Business Development and Grants at Family Resource Center from 2002 to 2007. Prior to that, she worked as a development leader with the Coconut Grove Playhouse and the Miami City Ballet.
Fox Rosellini also is very active in the community. She is the current foundation director at William Fox Jr. and previously served as president and board of trustees member of Miami City Ballet. Fox Rosellini holds an MBA in Health Policy and Administration from the University of Miami, master’s certificate in Direct Marketing from New York University and a Bachelor of International Business Administration from George Washington University.
Miami Jewish Health Systems is one of the most innovative healthcare providers in the United States. Treating 25,000 people of all ages, ethnicities and religions annually, this not-for-profit organization, formerly known as Miami Jewish Home and Hospital, offers community-based, residential and on-campus medical programs.
The 72-year-old institution draws patients from across the nation and around the world for its pioneering Centers of Excellence that include: Rosomoff Comprehensive Rehabilitation Center; Brucker Biofeedback Center; Memory Center; Rehabilitation Services at Miami Jewish Health Systems’ Nursing Facility and the Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE).
More information on Miami Jewish Health Systems is available at www.miamijewishhealthsystems.org