Rozella Kennedy leads Camber’s internal Equity and Belonging work, building towards our ways of working, and culture of learning and celebration. She also direct Camber’s external dissemination of our theories of influence, both in our client work and our business and social sector influence and impact.
Rozie has founded three nonprofits and has held executive roles in the arts, environmental, and social service sectors. She is also a published essayist, ghost writer, and copyeditor, with an early career in media and for the ACLU. She is also the creator of Brave Sis Project, a lifestyle brand & social cause using wellness & history to build an inclusive sisterhood; her Brave Sis Activity book will be released by Workman Press in 2023.
A native New Yorker, and former Parisian and Santa Fean, she has lived in the Bay Area with her husband, composer/conductor John Kennedy, since 2012. Their two adult daughters reside in New York City, constantly driving her zeal for building better cultures and communities of inclusion, celebration, cooperation, dignity & wellbeing.