Roselande Louis Program Associate, Safety, Health and Economic Justice

Roselande Louis

Roselande is a proud daughter of Haitian immigrants, Black feminist, Zumba and travel enthusiast, from Brooklyn, New York. She is passionate about building power for girls and women of color and indigenous women and girls. She brings over four years of experience in supporting community-based organizations and initiatives, from grassroots police reform to youth-driven policy impact organizing in NYC. 

Roselande serves as the Ms. Foundation for Women’s SHE (Safety, Health, Economic Justice) Program Associate. Where she supports the Program Team’s overall effectiveness by coordinating and managing respective projects as well as cross-departmental relationships. This includes grantmaking processes, convenings, capacity-building efforts, and institutional initiatives through a gender and racial justice lens. Previously, Roselande served as the Women’s Economic Justice Program Associate where she supported grantmaking and grantee relations in the areas of childcare equity and affordability as well as low wage and domestic worker rights. 

Roselande was a 2016 AmeriCorp VISTA in the New York City Mayor’s Office and was a Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholar.