Rosa Lee is an ordained priest of the Episcopal church and served as vicar of Holy Innocents' Episcopal Church in Noe Valley in San Francisco from 2000 to 2010. She currently works as the executive producer of a series of international conferences for people who invest in businesses involved the social enterprise. Described as being at the intersection of money and meaning, the SOCAP conferences (socialcapitalmarkets.net) bring together people who use business as a tool for making social change. She also is one of the founding directors of The Hub Bay Area, a coworking space, event series and business support tool for a global and local community of changemakers. Previously she was one of the founding partners of Net Market Makers, a company which provided information, resources and connections to the people who build and grow internet markets, as well as to the broader community of investors, technology service providers and others who facilitate business-to-business e-commerce. She is very active with Habitat for Humanity. Rosa Lee was a founding board member of the Metro Jackson Mississippi Habitat for Humanity from 1987-1996. Her passion for drum corps has also led her to be a founding member of the board and the staff coordinator for the new open class corps in Nashville, Tennessee, Music City Drum Corps. Rosa Lee's daughter B.J. Harden Jones was a member The Blue Devils B Corp and Winter Guard Program from 1996-1999. B.J. marched with the A Corp in 2001 and 2002. During that time Rosa Lee and her husband, Kevin Jones, were active parent volunteers. Rosa Lee joined The Blue Devils Board of Directors in 2001 and served as president of the board from 2002 to 2004.