Leadership - Elizabeth Rossi - Philanthropy Co-Director
I moved to Columbus about 10 years ago to study and work at The Ohio State University. Over the years I have held a variety of roles at OSU ranging from student research assistant to analyst. Currently I work as a Value Analyst in the Material System's Supply Chain Informatics group at the Wexner Medical Center where I conduct quantitative and qualitative analyses of a broad range of data and processes. I have to opportunity to collaborate with other supply chain employees, clinical managers, and physicians on a daily basis. It is extremely rewarding being part of an organization that is working to shape the future of healthcare.
Community Involvement and Interests
Some other groups I am involved with are ClubRED (American Red Cross of Greater Columbus), the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA), GenNext Columbus (United Way of Central Ohio), and Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity. Outside of work I enjoy volunteering, spending time with my husband, cooking, swimming, and playing my two dogs.
What does Columbus offer young professionals?
A variety of career opportunities, things to around the city, and a diversity of people. Columbus has something for everyone!
What do you hope members get out of their involvement in the CYP CLUB?
New experiences. That can mean networking with other young professionals, attending a social event, joining a sports league, or volunteering around the city.
What's your favorite CYP CLUB activity and why?
The Community Engagement Lunch Series. Columbus has some great non-profits doing amazing things around the city!