Steven H. Rosen, is the Co-Founder of Resilience Capital Partners and currently serves as its Chairman. Steven is also Co-Founder of Zanite Corporation focused on investments in aviation, aerospace and defense and of Gammite Ventures, a venture capital firm. Finally, Steven serves as the Manager of Azurite Management LLC, a private investment firm focused on investing primarily in publicly traded undervalued and underperforming U.S. companies.
Steven is on the Board of Directors for several holding companies in which the Resilience Funds are invested. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for Thermal Products Solutions, Inc., Flex Jet Holdings, Inc., Hynes Industries, Inc., LKD Aerospace, LLC, Innovatus Imaging Corporation, and SIMCOM Aviation Training.
An alumnus of the University of Maryland, Steven also received an MBA from the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University. Steven also serves on the boards of directors of several companies, including public companies Park-Ohio Holdings Corp., Crawford United Corporation, Amfin Financial Corporation, and Invacare. As an inventor, Steven has been granted 16 patents by The United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Active in civic and community life, Steve founded The Pathways to Resilience Vocational Program with the Boys and Girls Club. He also has served as the chairman of the Cleveland Jewish Community PresenTense Fellowship Steering Committee and in a leadership capacity with the Cleveland Clinic Heart Center and University Hospitals Cancer Center and the Milken Institute. Steve is a member of the Cleveland Chapter of YPO. He has been involved in public affairs, assisting Ohio legislators with developing the concept of a state-administered small business working capital loan program.
Steve also is an occasional commentator on the private equity industry and its investing strategies and practices, having appeared in such media outlets as Fox Business News, Buyouts and The Deal and on Bloomberg Television’s Money Moves and CNBC’s Power Lunch and The Crains Cleveland Power 150 list.