Rosa Lee is the executive producer and co-founder of a series of international conferences for people who invest and work in social enterprises. Described as being at the intersection of money + meaning, the SOCAP conferences (socialcapitalmarkets.net) bring together people who use business as a tool for social change. She also is one of the founding directors of Impact Hub Bay Area, a space for events and co-working for global and local communities of change makers. Prior to working with BD Performing Arts, her nonprofit board work focused on Habitat for Humanity. Rosa Lee was a founding board member of the Metro Jackson Mississippi Habitat for Humanity and served on their board from 1987 to 1996 including two years as board president. Her passion for drum corps also led her in 2008 to be a founding member of the board and the first staff coordinator for Music City Drum Corps in Nashville, Tennessee. Rosa Lee’s daughter, B.J. Harden Jones, was a member of Blue Devils B Corps and Winter Guard Programs from 1996-1999. B.J. marched with the Blue Devils A Corps in 2001 and 2002. During that time Rosa Lee and her husband, Kevin Jones, and their son, Bradley were all active BD volunteers. Rosa Lee joined BD Performing Arts Board of Directors in 2000 and served as president of the board from 2002 to 2004 and began a second term as president in 2016.