Jack Schwimmer

Jack Schwimmer is proud to be on the Rosie’s House team. Throughout his career, he has integrated his background as both a saxophonist and professional fundraiser to encourage philanthropic support of important cultural and educational causes and organizations. He holds a Bachelor of Music from Arizona State University, and a Master of Business Administration and Master of Arts in Arts Management from Southern Methodist University. Prior to Rosie’s House, he worked at the Heard Museum for five years where he served as Associate Director of Development, helping to oversee individual and institutional fundraising efforts that totaled $7 million annually in contributed revenue. Before that, he worked for four years for Interlochen Center for the Arts, where he was the first employee in a new Office of Engagement, tasked with building relationships with the organization’s thousands of alumni and parents. He is a past Chair of the City of Phoenix Arts and Culture Commission. He has also been involved with organizations like Big Thought, Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, and the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture. He is thrilled to help secure the resources needed to eliminate barriers to high-quality music education.