Rose Gladstein joined SFP in November 2016 and brings over 10 years of experience in foundation and government fund development and grants management. Prior to joining SFP, Rose’s consulting work in Hawaii and Washington, DC focused on program evaluation, data and assessment systems, as well as grant writing for nonprofit organizations in the health, education and social services sectors. Her diverse background also includes teaching math and science on the Hawaiian Island of Molokai and managing CSA farm projects in the Yukon Territory and New York’s Adirondack region. In her early career as a science and environmental education teacher, Rose incorporated student marine and aquatic research in Long Island Sound and it’s urban river watersheds of Connecticut.
Rose holds a Master of Science in Environmental Education from Southern Connecticut State University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social theory, Structure, and Change from the State University of New York - Empire State College. Rose is currently based in Eugene, Oregon.