Rosy Lopez is the Founder and CEO of Rosy Strategies, an Integrated Marketing company providing businesses with a collaborative approach to maximizing their visibility through Marketing, Public Relations, Branding, Web Development, SEO, Social Media and Content Marketing.
With more than 25 years as a senior marketing executive, Rosy has overseen the business development and marketing initiatives of several top AmLaw firms. Her extensive experience in all marketing disciplines includes community relations/corporate responsibility programs, PR, branding, competitive analysis, public speaking, coaching, budget development and management. Rosy works closely with a company’s leadership team in developing and implementing short and long-term strategic plans and tactics that result in measurable growth of business.
Rosy is actively involved in the community in various leadership capacities and assists her clients in creating thoughtful and effective strategic philanthropic plans for corporate giving and involvement.
Rosy is past Chair of the United Way of Broward County’s Women United, where she also served as Co-Chair for the “Power of the Purse” Committee and has previously held the role of Co-Chair for the 3rd Annual Women’s Leadership Council Magnolia Luncheon. Women United mobilizes women donors to become powerful philanthropists and community change leaders. She is also a Founding Forty Member of the United Way of Broward County’s Envision group.
Rosy serves on the Board of Directors for the Broward Health Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve the health of its community by providing resources to promote, support, and enhance the programs and initiatives of Broward Health. Broward Health is one of the ten largest public healthcare systems in the U.S. operating more than 30 health care facilities including four hospitals, a children’s hospital, seven primary care centers, four Family Health Places, eight school-based clinics, specialty care programs, home-health services, health education programs, free and low-cost screenings, and business partnerships.