Martin Rosen was president of the Trust for Public Land from 1979-1998. He was a founding member of The Trust for Public Land’s Board of Directors in 1972 and has served as chairman of the board. He was counsel to the San Francisco law firm of Silver, Rosen, Fischer & Stecher, which specialized in transportation and regulatory law. Mr. Rosen was part of a goodwill delegation to India under the auspices of the U.S. State Department and the Ford and Rockefeller Foundations. He serves on the boards of the Pollinator Partnership, the Landscape Architecture Foundation, and other nonprofit and educational institutions. Previously, he was in residence as a Conservation Fellow, and taught at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, publishing a monograph entitled “Using Partnerships For Land Conservation.” He is a member at-large of Earth Share’s Board of Directors.