Rosie von Lila Becomes Saving Jane CEO

On November 5, 2018, Rosie von Lila transitioned from Interim CEO to CEO of Saving Jane. Rosie brings a diverse background of experience from the non-profit and for-profit sectors.

Previously, she was Co-Founder and Director, Marketing and Investor Relations of LUMERA, an investment firm focused on infrastructure investment in the U.S. She also previously worked with the non-profit Burning Man Project, and now serves as an advisor.

Based in New York, Rosie von Lila is a recognized leader in discussions on how to increase stakeholder engagement, and she is an advocate for civic participation.

Rosie is a Co-Chair of the 2020 Women On Boards annual event in NYC, which advocates to increase the number of women on public corporate boards. She serves on the Board of Directors of New America Alliance, which advocates in the financial sector for Latinx fund managers to have fair consideration in access to capital. She is frequently invited to participate in strategic discussions about diversity and collaboration. 

Rosie is a member of NEXUS and is the Co-Chair of the NEXUS Lab on Regenerative Culture, and she formerly served on the Board of Directors for Bay Area Council, the most powerful trade policy advocacy group in northern California. She was a founding member of The Battery in San Francisco and served on its Membership Committee, and is a founding member of The Assemblage in NYC.

Congratulations to Rosie on joining our leadership team to fulfill Saving Jane’s mission!