Rozella Kennedy leads Camber’s Impact and Equity work, which includes developing, curating, and disseminating information, resources and events that: support team competency in intersectional equity and anti-racism; build internal team belonging, ways of working, and culture of learning and celebration (in which team members feel seen, supported, connected, and galvanized); and connect these values to the firm’s external work, influence, and impact through equitable project design methodologies at the intersection of U.S. paradigms and the global contexts within which we work.
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 book Our Brave Foremothers: Celebrating 100 Black, Brown, Asian, and Indigenous Women Who Changed the Course of History, was released by Workman Press in 2023.
A native New Yorker, and former Parisian and Santa Fean, she lived in the Bay Area for a decade and now resides in Seattle with her husband, composer/conductor John Kennedy; their two adult daughters reside in New York City, and the family dog Pippa brings excitement to every day.