Meesha Rosa managed Catalyst’s Corporate Board Services, which works to advance women into the corporate boardroom through candidate assessment and preparation. In this role, Meesha coordinated communications with companies, corporate board governance organizations, and associations that are committed to corporate board diversity.
Meesha spoke at numerous events about women on boards, and she also conducted presentations on women of color in corporate management. She had worked on Catalyst’s Censuses in her former role in the Research Department documenting the status of women in leadership.
Prior to joining Catalyst, Meesha conducted research at the Columbia University School of Public Health’s National Center for Children in Poverty, and worked as a consultant at the Department of Sociomedical Sciences, where she conducted child development research. She has also worked at the New York City Administration for Children Services in the Management and Statistical Reports Division. Meesha received her BA in African and Puerto Rican/Latino Studies from City University of New York, Hunter College, and completed a MS in Urban Policy Analysis and Management at The New School For Public Engagement, Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy.