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CGR Names New President and CEO
Ms. Rosenberg joined CGR in 2005 after a career in journalism including posts at the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle and Gannett News Service in Albany. Over the past 14 years, she has led the organization's expanding portfolio of work with nonprofits and foundations in community indicators, evaluation, asset mapping and landscape scans, and other projects. She has directed a variety of projects critical to communities, including CGR's study of the City of Rochester's Civilian Review Board, which helped the City evaluate options for increasing police accountability, and a partnership with the United Way of Greater Rochester helping frame community needs and possible investment strategies for the future. Her work has helped expand CGR's footprint beyond New York State, with projects in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Tennessee, Florida and Arkansas.
"Erika embodies CGR's mission of improving communities through data, analysis and consultation,"
Before coming to CGR, Ms. Rosenberg covered Rochester city schools and education at the Democrat and Chronicle and state government for Gannett News Service. Over her career in journalism and at CGR, she has developed expertise in state and local government, community data, facilitation, education, evaluation and policy analysis.
"I'm honored to be chosen to lead such a respected and valued organization,"
Founded by George Eastman in 1915, CGR is an independent, nonprofit management consulting organization delivering expertise in government and education, economics and public finance, health and human services, and nonprofits and communities. Our mission is to improve the quality of communities through impactful research, analysis, consultation and data management for the public, nonprofit and philanthropic organizations that serve them. To learn more, visit www.cgr.org.
About Erika Rosenberg
Ms. Rosenberg is a Chicago native who moved to Rochester in 1994. She graduated from the University of Illinois with a degree in journalism and was editor of the Daily Illini. She worked in Little Rock, AR for a weekly newspaper before joining the Democrat and Chronicle. She lives in Irondequoit and is the mother of two children, 9 and 11.
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