Pam & Steve Rosenberg were at a crossroads. After successful careers in the for-profit sector, the pair was looking for a way to translate their combined business expertise and their decades of non-profit board membership and volunteerism into action. Looking in their own backyard for inspiration, the couple was struck by the dilemma of funding gaps in non-profit coverage within their own community of Greater Boston. Thus, the One By One Project was born. The One By One Project fills immediate holes in the local non-profit community’s coverage and aims to provide a roadmap for addressing those gaps uncovered along the giving journey of supporting our underserved communities.
Pam brings a mix of corporate and non-profit experience to The One By One Project. In her for-profit roles, the majority of Pam's career was spent in sales and marketing for early-stage healthcare technology companies where she built teams from the ground up. Pam was most recently Senior Vice President of Sales and Business Development at Eliza Corporation.
Pam’s non-profit roles have included board member, leader, and community service volunteer. In these roles, her non-profit development, governance, and strategic planning expertise has positively impacted funding and programming for underserved communities. Pam's non-profit experience includes serving on the board of A Better Chance of Andover, MA and work in Development at City Year National in Boston. Pam currently serves on the board of 826 Boston in Roxbury, MA where she is also a volunteer writing tutor.
Pam holds a B.S. in Marketing from Bentley University, Magna Cum Laude.
Steve's corporate career spans forty years in senior management and executive-level positions as a leading software expert in the life sciences and healthcare arenas. Through his leadership across development, services, support and consulting, Steve has built early stage companies and has led multiple IPO's and acquisitions. Most recently, Steve led Oracle's Health Sciences Global Business Unit as the General Manager and Senior Vice President. In this role, Steve developed and brought to market software for pharmaceutical companies to build clinical trials and to monitor drug safety.
In the non-profit arena, Steve currently serves on the board of St. Ann's Home in Methuen, MA where he formerly held the position of Chairman of the Board of Trustees. He is Chairman of the Board at The Brandon School in Natick, MA.
Steve also serves on the board of Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium (CDISC) Inc.
Steve attended Northeastern University where he majored in Math.