Enhancing decision making for Jewish communal impact

A professional services firm working at the nexus of the funder and grantee relationship, Rosov Consulting fosters partnerships based on shared visions of success. Along with our core values of Integrity, Problem Solving, and Teamwork, we utilize our range of life experiences and knowledge to best serve our clients.

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Case Studies

Ambitions Come to Fruition: Evaluating Jim Joseph Foundation’s Professional Development Initiative

Jim Joseph Foundation | 2018 – 2022

Evaluate 10 programs in the Foundation’s Professional Development Initiative and identify Shared Outcomes in which all their efforts can be assessed...

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Building an Endowment, Leaving a Legacy

Harold Grinspoon Foundation | 2022

Assess the impact and future potential of the LIFE & LEGACY Initiative...

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Perception is Reality

The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute | 2021-2022

Assess how The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute (VLJI) is perceived by various stakeholder groups, particularly as it implements its new strategic approach, The Social Impact of...

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Recent Articles

What We Read in March 2024

Nearly every day, Rosov Consulting team members share articles and blogs of interest on one of our many Slack channels, #RosovReads. We find some of these articles to be so insightful, informative,…

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Q&A with Federation CJA

Since 2017, Federation CJA in Montreal, Canada, has engaged Rosov Consulting in a number of major projects to learn about the community and support some of its major initiatives. To share the…

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Asked and Answered: The Power of the Semi-Structured Interview

By Annie Jollymore, Senior Project Lead “Human beings are meaning making machines.” Thus goes a truism that floats the halls of social science departments across the country. Researchers who collect social data…

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Thank you for your excellent work, the sensitivity to the questions we are asking, and even-handed gleaning of data. This is a heavy lift for all of us and we also want to be sure we are developing talent truly prepared to exercise leadership for the Jewish community into this decade and beyond. I am confident that the Rosov Consulting team has provided us with the material we need to best design and redesign our leadership programs in order to be cutting edge—rather than stale, good enough, running on inertia, or playing catch up. You all are helping us model best practice.

Elka AbrahamsonPresident, The Wexner Foundation