Theodore A. Rosen
President - Expert Business Development, LLC
As a third-generation Philadelphian, I have been aware of Inglis for what seems like my whole life. When my son, Jake, now 35, fulfilled his community project as a student at Lower Merion High School by regularly reading to an Inglis resident, I became much more aware of the organization’s wonderful mission. When my daughter, Lily, now 23, fulfilled her Bat Mitzvah community project in the same way, my understanding of and respect for the work that Inglis does grew and deepened.
Joining the Inglis Board was the culmination of a long process of education and appreciation of what the organization does and the challenges it faces which, in many respects, mirror the challenges that many of its residents face. Of all the wonderful things that the organization delivers to its constituents, I believe the greatest is the concept of independence, and self-reliance and, by extension, the dignity and self-respect created thereby. It's a great honor to be part of a Board and organization that is so committed to changing lives for the better.