Norman Rosenberg is an organizational consultant to progressive non-profits. The centerpiece of his work is organizational and fund development. He has a diverse client base of civil rights and social justice organizations in the United States, and abroad.
Norman has been a public interest lawyer since 1971. Since that time, he has been the CEO of three national public interest organizations. In the 1980’s, he directed the Mental Health law Project (now the Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law), one of the nation’s preeminent legal advocacy organizations for people diagnosed with mental or developmental disabilities. From 1990 to 2003, he served as the CEO of the New Israel Fund, the leading international organization working to promote democracy, tolerance and peace in Israel. From 2003-2006, Norman was the President of Parents’ Action for Children, a national non-profit dedicated to raising awareness about early childhood development and school readiness.
Before coming to Washington in the late 1970s, Norman was a law professor and director of clinical education at the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Law.