Linda Rosensweig

Linda Rosensweig
JASA Trustee and Board Member

A Family’s Philanthropic Legacy

Linda Rosensweig is a valued member of JASA’s board, a trustee who serves on the development, program and home care committees, lending her counsel for a dozen years and counting. Her involvement with JASA came naturally, an extension of her father’s unflagging efforts to put JASA on the map. He recruited many of the original board members almost 50 years ago and instituted JASA’s Sally and Henry Pearce Help Line Center, named in his honor and still operating today. Linda is a firm believer in JASA’s mission to help New York’s seniors live with dignity and independence. She says, "Keeping seniors engaged both intellectually and physically makes it possible for so many to age at home."

Linda is married to Dr. Norton Rosensweig, a retired gastroenterologist. They have three grown children and 5 grandchildren who fill her days with joy. Along with her parents, Linda has made, and continues to make a real difference in the lives of New York’s older community, a family legacy to be proud of.