Michael Rosenzweig is a graduate of the University of Michigan (A.B., summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa) and Columbia Law School (J.D., Highest Distinction in Scholarship), where he was a James Kent Scholar and editor of the Law Review. After a judicial clerkship on the United States Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit, Michael practiced law briefly and then joined the faculty of the University of Michigan Law School. He was later a partner in two Atlanta law firms and then Senior Vice President, Corporate Development, and General Counsel at Johns Manviille, a major manufacturer of insulation, roofing materials, and engineered products.
Since 2008, Michael has worked in the nonprofit sector, serving successively as president and CEO of Hands On Atlanta, the National Museum of American Jewish History, and the Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies. He was also co-founder and founding chair and president of the Weber School in Atlanta, one of the nation’s first trans-denominational Jewish day high schools. He is currently a consultant to nonprofits in all areas of management, planning and financial resource development, board development, and project management. He is widely published in scholarly journals, including articles in the Harvard Law Review, the Yale Law Journal, the Columbia Law Review, and the Michigan Law Review.