Jay Rosenzweig is a Canadian entrepreneur, recruitment and business consultant who is founding partner and is CEO of Rosenzweig & Company. Rosenzweig champions the cause of gender equality, advocating on behalf of women for several decades and publishing the widely cited, annual Rosenzweig Report.
Early Life and Education
Rosenzweig attended McGill University, earning a B.A. in philosophy between 1988 and 1991. He obtained two further degrees in common law and civil law at McGill Faculty of Law where he was awarded with his J.D., LL.B., and B.C.L. between 1991 and 1995. In 1996 Rosenzweig studied an intensive course in negotiation at Harvard Law School by Roger Fisher, author of Getting to Yes.
Rosenzwieg consults for public and private companies of all sizes, specializing in attracting, designing and building high profile, senior leadership teams. He is an investor and advisor to several, high profile businesses, mainly in Ontario, California and New York. These include Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, Winston House, an artistic and creative community that hosts events in Venice, Los Angeles and around the world, Hooch, a subscription cocktail app, Ignited Network for music startups, Avail, a data analysis engine that suggests personalized lifestyle changes to improve physical and mental well-being, CoverUS, a healthcare data application, Drop, a customer loyalty program, GEC Risk Advisory, an ethics, risk, governance, corporate responsibility and compliance consultancy, Limelight, a live marketing consultancy and Heleo, a media company that runs the Next Big Idea Club, a book subscription community curated by some of the world’s leading thinkers.
Volunteer and Charitable Work
Jay holds a seat on the board of various social and charitable organizations including the Breast Cancer Cabinet of Mount Sinai Hospital, Irwin Cotler's Raoul Wallenberg Centre for Human Rights, Canadian Jewish Political Affairs Committee, and the Genesis Centre For Innovation.