The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra has announced the appointment of STEVEN ROSENZWEIG as chief financial officer. He succeeds James Garrone, who retires in early 2019 after 15 years with the orchestra. Previously, Rosenzweig served as CFO and chief operating officer of the Jewish Community Center in St. Louis, overseeing the nonprofit’s financial, operational, and capital portfolios. At the JCC, Rosenzweig spearheaded the issuance of $45 million of tax-exempt debt and was instrumental in helping the organization execute a financial turnaround. Since 2015, Rosenzweig has served as chief financial officer of a large food service management company and a WiFi security camera company. He also worked as a controller at several for-profit companies in Cleveland and Boston. Rosenzweig is an adjunct professor at Washington University Brown School of Social Work. He also volunteers as a member of the finance committees of Washington University Hillel and the St. Louis Children’s Choirs.
Posted January 7, 2019