Ernest “Chico” Rosemond is the Program Director of New Strategies, a project of the Global Social Enterprise Initiative at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. An innovative and resourceful non-profit management professional, Rosemond’s 30+ year career spans personal counseling, finance, law, marketing and event management. Previously he spent nearly 15 years at AARP holding positions from Event Manager to Interim Vice President of Strategic Alliances.
Prior to AARP, Rosemond was the Development Director of the National Alliance of Black School Educators (NABSE). Before joining NABSE, Rosemond, a Georgetown University Law Center alumni, had a legal career as an Exxon Law Scholar, clerk for the Honorable Henry H. Kennedy, Jr. of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia and head of probate and estate planning at a local Washington, DC law firm. Rosemond received his B.A. in Psychology and Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Development from the University of Michigan. He is a Certified Aging in Place Specialist from the National Association of Home Builders and a 2017 graduate of Senior Leadership Montgomery.
Rosemond is committed to community service as a past or present volunteer and/or board member for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention – National Capital Area Chapter, Chevy Chase Fire Department, Hospice Caring, Inc., Legal Counsel for the Elderly, Mary’s House for Older Adults and Project 272. Rosemond says what motivates him the most is helping people passionate about a social mission.