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Rose Johnson (She/Her)

Project Consultant

Rose Johnson is a Project Consultant at Transform Consulting Group (TCG). She holds a Master
of Public Affairs with concentrations in nonprofit management and public policy analysis from
Indiana University. She also holds a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from Indiana University
and a certificate in Fund Raising Management from the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy.
Rose is passionate about youth-serving organizations that empower young people and their
families and equip them with tools to improve their futures. She discovered this passion at a
young age. She grew up going to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Bloomington and her experience
there made a huge impact on her life. She is still involved with the organization today. Most
recently, Rose served as the Director of Corporate and Foundation Giving at the Girl Scouts of
Central Indiana, where she remains a dedicated volunteer. From direct service to program
development to fundraising, youth development work has been a consistent focus in Rose’s
varied professional and volunteer experiences.

As a new member of the TCG team, Rose is excited about applying her experience and
education to help organizations explore how data and research-based best practices can inform
their efforts to make a critical change in their communities. As a fundraiser for 5 years, she also
looks forward to helping organizations tell compelling stories to their communities about the
work they do through data-informed storytelling.

Fun Fact: Rose loves to travel and adventure. She has worked with NGOs in Thailand and Uganda and has a goal to visit every country in the world someday. Favorite Food: Oatmeal raisin cookies Favorite Quote: “The best portion of a good man’s life is his little, nameless, unremembered acts of kindness and love” - William Wordsworth Community Involvement: Rose volunteers with Girl Scouts of Central Indiana and Keep Indianapolis Beautiful. She is also the co-marketing chair for Impact 100 Indianapolis.