Rosalind Helfand has consulted in non-profit management and development for over 15 years. She works with non-profit organizations, community organizations, government, and campaigns. Rosalind frequently collaborates closely with Los Angeles’s creative community, including developing innovative programs that mirror the diversity of this great city. Rosalind is the Co-Founder and former Director of the City of West Hollywood’s award-winning annual book festival, the West Hollywood Book Fair. She also Co-Founded and Managed the West Hollywood Human Rights Speakers Series, and directed programming for the West Hollywood Women’s Leadership Conference. Rosalind has worked with various Los Angeles area non-profits to develop best practices standards with their management and boards, to renew organizational goals and mission statements, and to strengthen community outreach and programming. Rosalind is passionate about film and fostering opportunities for artists. And, she loves the Marx Brothers! You can learn more about her work at: rozhelfand.com.