As a former senior advisor to President Ronald Reagan, James Rosebush was appointed to create and manage the first White House office focused on impact philanthropy and investing for the President. He was an advocate for the integration of corporate and philanthropic initiatives to be combined and focused on societal issues for maximum impact.
Following his White House years, he has been an advisor to many investment firms, family offices, and philanthropies. Among these are: Tudor Investment Corporation, JP Morgan, Bankers Trust, Alex. Brown and Sons, Columbia Capital, The Carlyle Group, Stargazer Funds, Hillview Capital, CapitalSource, The American Stock Exchange, and Bessemer Trust, as well as, The Martin Luther King Memorial Foundation, The Museum of the International Red Cross, The Urban Monuments Foundation, The Impact Incubator at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, and World Healers Network. He is a designated philanthropy advisor to Fidelity Investments and UBS.