Zack Rosenburg

Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, SBP

Zack Rosenburg co-founded SBP in 2006 after volunteering in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina. Zack’s realization that a delayed recovery causes unnecessary suffering shaped SBP’s mission of shrinking time between disaster and recovery. He directs the strategic vision, marketing, partnership development, and fundraising for SBP. Zack plays a direct role in advising local, state and federal government officials, and worked closely with elected officials from South Carolina, New York and West Virginia helping them craft effective long-term recovery programs. He has been featured in Newsweek, US News and World Report, Politico, The Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post, was recognized as New Orleanian of the Year and Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project Champion of Justice, and has received the Manhattan Institute Social Innovation Award. Before founding SBP, Zack was an E. Barrett Prettyman Teaching Fellow at the Georgetown University Law Center and he ran an indigent criminal defense practice in Washington, DC.

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