Roslyn joined Texas Women’s Foundation as president and CEO in July 2011. A lifelong advocate for women and girls, she moved from a 25-year career as owner of an award-winning national marketing communications firm to leading the organization she had supported since its inception.
Under Roslyn’s leadership, the Foundation has undertaken ambitious strategic initiatives to impact women’s economic security and leadership. During her tenure, the Foundation assets have increased by 54%, and its annual grants and programs benefiting women and girls have grown by 180%. Texas Women’s Foundation is also an acknowledged leader in the gender lens investing movement and has deployed 100% of its assets in a gendered portfolio yielding both financial returns and social benefits to women and girls.
Roslyn is a strong advocate and frequent speaker on women’s leadership, women’s philanthropy, gender equity and the impact of gender lens investing on women’s empowerment. She is on the board of Tides, an international public charity, and the National Collaborative of Young Women’s Initiatives. She is a former board member and chair of the Women’s Funding Network, the global association of women’s foundations. Roslyn also serves on several nonprofit boards in Texas, including the Dallas Regional Chamber, Dallas Medical Resource and SMU Tate Lecture Series, as well as on the advisory councils of the Dallas Mavericks and Texas Woman’s University Jane Nelson Institute for Women’s Leadership. She has earned numerous honors for her work in inspiring social change and fostering equity and inclusion for all women and girls.