Women’s Hall of Fame

Rosalie Gann

ROSALIE GANN began her volunteer service at age 13 as a Recreation Leader. As a Camp Fire Girl she was honored for her leadership in service and citizenship. While attending Mills College she established the Mills Community Outreach Corps which encouraged Mills students to get involved in community action. She also volunteered in Oakland Children’s Hospital helping chronically and terminally ill children. Rosalie has served on the Boards of Directors for numerous nonprofit organizations, proving vision, commitment and leadership. In 1992, she was honored as a San Mateo County Outstanding Volunteer for her work with the Center for Domestic Violence Prevention. Rosalie has focused her professional life on social welfare, championing community service in the corporate world. At Oracle Corporation, Rosalie created and is now Director of the Corporate Giving and Volunteer Programs. The Corporate Giving Program has donated millions of dollars to causes that improve the quality of life of those people and communities beset by problems and challenges. The Oracle Volunteers Program enables employees to give service hours in the Bay Area, and has recently expanded to other Oracle field offices. Through these programs, Oracle realizes its social responsibility to the global community. Rosalie’s vision for social change, her personal volunteer experiences and her professional achievements in corporate community relations serve as a role model for all women and the whole community.
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