Terry Rosenberg holds several volunteer positions within the Boston Jewish community and nationally. From 1998 through 2004 she served as Vice-President of Temple Beth Elohim in Wellesley, Massachusetts. During this time she expanded the temple’s adult learning programs through the development of a women’s Torah study group and the implementation of Me’ah, a 2-year foundational course in Judaism sponsored by Boston’s Commission on Jewish Continuity and Hebrew College. In 1999 she joined the Commission on Jewish Continuity as co-chair of the Me’ah steering committee, and currently serves as the Commission’s co-chair. She is also on the Executive Board of Combined Jewish Philanthropies and on the Board of Hebrew College.
Nationally Ms. Rosenberg serves on the Board of Governors of Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion, where she chairs the Partnership subcommittee for the strategic planning initiative. She is also chair of Synagogue 3000’s newly formed governance board.
In her professional life, Ms. Rosenberg is an organizational consultant where she designs and leads programs in communication and leadership development. She holds a masters degree from New York University.