Felicia Rosenfeld

Felicia Rosenfeld serves as executive director of Dance Resource Center (DRC), the service organization for dance in Greater Los Angeles.

Rosenfeld has been involved in not-for-profit arts administration for most of her working life.  After graduating with honors from Swarthmore College, she worked at Pentacle (DanceWorks, Inc.) overseeing public relations and fundraising efforts of dance companies and assisting Pentacle’s Director with fundraising and Board development. During this time, Rosenfeld also worked for David Gordon Pick Up Company.  Receiving a J.D. from Fordham Law School, Rosenfeld practiced law for five years, concentrating in the areas of entertainment, copyright and trademark law. Rosenfeld returned to Pentacle as director of educational programming, then became director of programming, and ultimately co-director, with Mara Greenberg. Rosenfeld joined DRC in July 2015. Since relocating to Los Angeles in 2006, Rosenfeld has worked to support and raise awareness of Los Angeles area dance makers and other performing arts stakeholders.

Rosenfeld has served as a panelist for the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs and the LA County Arts Commission.  She was a member of the Steering Committee for Arts for LA’s 2014 Convergence.  Rosenfeld served on the New York City Department of Education’s committee that led to the creation of the dance section of the New York City Blueprint for Teaching and Learning in the Arts.  Rosenfeld sits on the Board of Trustees of Dance/USA and on the Advisory Board of Show Box LA.  She also serves on the Board of Directors of Koreatown Youth and Community Center.

Rosenfeld spent eight years as a partner in Civic Research Institute, a professional reference publishing company, where she served as Executive Vice President of New Product Development and General Counsel.  Felicia remains on the CRI Board of Directors.  She served on the Pentacle Board of Directors; as a Trustees of New Roads School; on the Trash for Teaching Board of Directors; and two years on the Development Committee of Corlears School.

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