Focus Area: Disaster recovery
Zack Rosenburg is the CEO and Co-Founder of SBP, a long-term disaster recovery organization working to ensure that disaster-impacted citizens and communities recover promptly, efficiently, and predictably. Zack directs the strategic vision, marketing, partnership development, and fundraising for the organization, which he co-founded following Hurricane Katrina. Before founding SBP, he was a criminal defense attorney in Washington, D.C. Prior to his defense work, he founded Linking Communities for Educational Success (LINK), a non-profit organization that provides tutoring, mentoring, and after school education and enrichment services to at-risk junior high school students in Washington, D.C. Zack, a Belmont, Massachusetts native, is an alumnus of Ohio Weslyan University and received his J.D. from American University and an LLM from Georgetown University. He lives in New Orleans.
SBP is a national long-term disaster recovery organization whose mission is to ensure that communities at risk of, or impacted by, disasters have the resources to prepare and recover in the most prompt, efficient, and predictable way possible. Through Disaster Resilience and Recovery Lab, SBP works to share lessons learned, prevent common barriers to recovery, and help communities utilize SBP’s standardized, repeatable, and proven-effective model.