Rosemary L. Murrain, Ed.M, MBA Washington, DC, USA
Rosemary Lombard Murrain, Ed.M, MBA, Managing Director at The Center for Mind-Body Medicine, (CMBM), is an innovator in incubating community and institutional partnerships focused on resilience building, population-wide trauma relief, and improving education systems. Over the last 20 years, Rosemary has guided strategic growth and established programs for international nonprofits and mission-based organizations.
Equal parts entrepreneurial and collaborative, Rosemary brings a background in finance and international nonprofit development to her work guiding strategic growth at the Center for Mind-Body Medicine, which is recognized as the world-wide leader in teaching self-care, self-awareness and group support to health professionals, to children, in conflict zones and disaster areas, overseas as well as here in the U.S.
As Managing Director, Rosemary also runs the daily operations at the Center for Mind-Body Medicine. Her gift for incubating engagement and cross-cultural understanding has led CMBM to establish partnerships that range from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. where CMBM works at the invitation of the Broward County School Board, to the largest safety-net hospital in Indianapolis, Eskenazi Health, from post-Hurricane disaster Puerto Rico to post-wildfire Sonoma, from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation to the Veteran’s Administration; CMBM also has a track record of overseas engagement in over a dozen countries including nations in the Balkans and the Middle East, and in Haiti, South Sudan, and Kyrgyzstan.
When she is not building community resilience programs, Rosemary enjoys life’s adventures with her husband and their three young children, and teaches yoga. She holds a BS from NYU, an Ed.M in International Education Policy from Harvard University Graduate School of Education, an MBA from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, and a 500 hour Yoga Training Certification.