Below are profiles of NCEO staff available for speaking and introductory consulting. For details on these services and contact information, read our discussion of speaking services and the type of consulting we can provide.
Corey Rosen, Ph.D., is the founder and senior staff member of the NCEO. He co-authored, along with John Case and Martin Staubus, Equity: Why Employee Ownership Is Good for Business (Harvard Business School Press, May 2005). Over the years, he has written, edited, or contributed to dozens of books, articles and research papers on employee ownership. He is generally regarded as the leading expert on employee ownership in the world and has appeared on numerous national radio and television news programs. He serves on a number of ESOP company boards in addition to his duties at the Center.
Rosen received his Ph.D. in political science from Cornell University in 1973, after which he taught politics at Ripon College in Wisconsin before being named an American Political Science Association Congressional Fellow in 1975. He worked on Capitol Hill for the next five years, where he helped initiate and draft legislation on ESOPs and employee ownership. In 1981, he formed the NCEO.
In 2009, he won the Txemi Canterra Award for Social Economy, given annually in Spain.
Below is a video of Rosen addressing attendees during the closing address of our 2022 Annual Conference in Seattle.
Loren Rodgers is the executive director of the NCEO. Having written dozens of articles, he speaks extensively about topics including communications, ESOP education, employee committees, business literacy, building and maintaining enthusiasm, current research, and corporate governance for employee ownership companies.
Rodgers has a Masters in Public Policy from the University of Michigan, where he studied employee ownership and international development with a focus on Slavic Europe. Before joining the NCEO in 2005, he was a senior principal and co-owner of Ownership Associates, a employee ownership consulting firm in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he worked for 10 years. He is a researcher and active volunteer in the field.