Daniel Rosove is the Program Director for MAZON’s Partnership Grantmaking Department. In this role, he is responsible for driving the success of the organization’s grant making program. He brings a breadth of experience in politics, fundraising and advocacy to MAZON, including roles at J Street and the United States House of Representatives’ Committee on Foreign Affairs where he worked on Middle East issues. Daniel is a graduate of the Jeremiah Fellowship and the New Leaders Project and holds a B.S. In Political Science from the University of Oregon.
Articles by Daniel Rosove
Participating in government through an election requires a similar understanding of electoral practices: How do I register to vote? Where is my polling location? Who are the candidates? What do they think about food insecurity, the economy, foreign policy, social issues and more? How do I find out what my candidate and elected official thinks about current pieces of legislation? Who is contributing to my candidate’s campaigns?
This Fall, MAZON is embarking on an unprecedented effort to understand hunger in America and heighten our impact on it.
What did we learn about operating in Mississippi, and where is MAZON’s work headed in the months to come?
MAZON headed to Washington, D.C. to discuss all things hunger and meet with legislators on Capitol Hill.
Kentucky and West Virginia struggle with chronic poverty, but important strides are being made through anti-hunger advocacy.
MAZON’s Emerging Advocacy Fund works to empower state-based organizations to advocate on behalf of hungry people in their communities.