Tim Rosenberger, Jr.
Tim graduated from Georgetown University in 2016, paying his way through an AB in English and Performing Arts, by working more than a dozen jobs, as diverse as licensed realtor, and dance club bouncer. Tim then worked as a management consultant with McKinsey & Company while completing an M.Div. at United Lutheran Seminary and a D.Min. at the Rawlings School of Divinity at Liberty University. He concurrently served as a pastor in Cleveland’s inner city. Tim hold an LL.M. from the University of Vienna and is completing a JD/MBA at Stanford University, where he is President of the Federalist Society and serves on Law Review. This is his third year with Cicero. His work on education policy, from his first year, provided the foundation for the New Workforce Development Council, which seeks to move America’s education system towards competency-based certifications of learning that provides pathways to purposeful work. Tim’s policy interests like at the intersection of law, faith, and business – with a particular focus on leveraging policy to help America’s overlooked populations create lives of dignity.