PROFILE

Name: Roslyn McCallister Brock

Born: May 30, 1965 - Fort Pierce, Florida

Marital Status: Widow - Randall Eugene Brock (1957-1995)

LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE:

  • NAACP
    • Chairman, National Board -- Present
    • Vice Chairman, National Board – 2001- 2010
    • Commissioned NAACP Perceptions Study - 2007
    • Chairman, Convention Planning Committee – 1999 - 2009
      • Chairman, NAACP Centennial Committee – 2005 - 2009
    • NAACP Special Contribution Fund Board of Trustees
    • Established NAACP Leadership 500 Summit - 2005
    • Past Vice Chairman, Health Committee
    • Initiated health symposiums at national conventions - 1991
    • Health committees included in NAACP constitution - 2001
    • Past Vice Chairman Marketing Development Committee
    • Diamond Life Member NAACP – 1997
    • Member, Howard County Maryland Branch NAACP
    • Member, Battle Creek, Michigan Branch NAACP
      • Chaired, Freedom Fund Dinner - 1993
    • Life Member NAACP – 1985
    • Past Chairman, Youth Work Committee
    • Youth Board Member, Region 7 – 1985-1990
    • President, Virginia State Conference Youth and College Division – 1984 -1990
  • Featured 2009 Arena Digest: Up-and-Coming Politicos
  • U.S. Department of Defense 75th Joint Civilian Orientation Conference
  • 2008 Outstanding Alumna, Virginia Union University
  • 2008/2009 Foreword - Who’s Who Among African Americans Directory
  • 2007 Guest Lecturer – “Alleviating Global Poverty” Martin Luther King Jr., Conflict Resolution Conference, Lott Carey Foreign Mission and Baptist Union of Italy, Rome, Italy
  • Young Leaders Fellow, National Committee on U.S. China Relations 2003-2005
  • December 2007/2008 FORBES magazine
  • Network Journal’s “40 Under Forty Achievement Award”
  • Published articles
    • “Community Partnerships: Towards a New South African Health Care System,” 1993 Journal of  Academic Medicine (JAMA)
    • “Solving the Health Care Dilemma: What will Work?” 1994 Current Issues in Nursing
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Medal for Human Rights - George Washington University
  • Honorary Chairperson, National Black Family Summit
  • Ebony magazine’s “Future Leader”
  • Good Housekeeping’s “100 Young Women of Promise”

MEMBERSHIP:

  • Diamond Life Member, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
  • White House Task Force on Women and Girls
  • Board of Trustees - Catholic Health Association
  • World 50
  • American Program Bureau – National sought Keynote speaker re:
    • Health Care
    • NAACP/Social Justice
    • Women in Leadership
    • Youth Leadership Development
  • American Hospital Association – Disparities in Health Care Special Advisory Group
  • American Public Health Association
  • American College of Healthcare Executives
  • Association of Healthcare Philanthropy
  • Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
  • Black Women’s Roundtable
  • The Links, Inc. – Columbia, Maryland Chapter Chair, National Trends and Services
  • Historic Alfred Street Baptist Church, Alexandria, Virginia

EMPLOYMENT:

Vice President, Advocacy and Government Relations – 2001 – Present Bon Secours Health System, Inc. Marriottsville, Maryland

Program Associate – Health Programs W. K. Kellogg Foundation Battle Creek, Michigan

Health Management Fellow New York State Department of Health Albany, New York

Program Assistant – Reimbursable Training Programs U.S. Agency for International Development Rosslyn, Virginia

EDUCATION:

M.Div.    Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology Virginia Union University - 2009

MBA       Kellogg School of Management Northwestern University - 1999

MHSA    George Washington University - 1989

B.S.         Virginia Union University – Magna Cum Laude – 1987









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