Rosalyn McPherson is President of The ROZ Group, Inc., a firm she launched in 2005. She is highly regarded as a builder of strategic relationships and intercultural enthusiast. Her firm has served as project director for important history and science projects during their construction phase around the country including The President’s House; Octavius Catto Memorial; Thaddeus Stevens and Lydia Hamilton Smith Historic House (Lancaster, PA). Prior to launching her firm, Roz had a distinguished career in marketing and educational product development and subsequently museum administration. She served as Senior Vice President for the Science Center at the Franklin Institute. As Senior Vice President and Publisher for Time Life Education (Alexandria, VA), Roz was responsible for K-12 product development and marketing. Roz entered the workforce as a teacher of junior high social studies and mathematics. She also taught marketing at Rutgers University. Roz has an MBA degree in Marketing from Fairleigh Dickinson University (Teaneck, NJ) and a BS degree in Secondary Education from Southern University & A&M College (Baton Rouge, LA). She currently serves as co-vice chair for the board of Community College of Philadelphia. Roz has lived and traveled around the world since childhood and credits that experience with fostering her appreciation for the world’s varied cultures.