Dr. Ilene Rosenstein
Vice Provost for Campus Wellbeing and Education in the Office of Campus Wellbeing and Crisis Intervention
Dr. Ilene Rosenstein is the Vice Provost for Campus Wellbeing and Education in the Office of Campus Wellbeing and Crisis Intervention at University of Southern California
Dr. Ilene Rosenstein has served in the field of mental health, well-being, organizational psychology and positive psychology for over 30 years. As the Associate Vice Provost for Campus Wellbeing and Education in the Office of Campus Wellbeing and Crisis Intervention at University of Southern California, she works with faculty, staff, and student groups, offices, and departments helping them to heal, adapt and thrive. The aim of her work is to help her clients form deeper, authentic connections with others, their environments, and their most essential selves. She provides presentations and consultations to individuals, departments, schools, and institutions, helping them find new ways to work together more collaboratively, purposefully and productively. By improving policies, procedures, programming, and everyday practices through a well-being, systmes and values-led lens, individuals and organizations are better able to reach their missions and goals with more ease, enjoyment, and effectiveness.
Prior to her current position, for 9 years, she was the Director of USC Student Counseling Services and, for approximately 18 years, the Director of Counseling and Psychological Services at the University of Pennsylvania.. Dr. Rosenstein currently teaches in the USC Rossier School of Education. When focusing on her own wellbeing, she can be found hiking, reading, gardening, and spending time with her loved ones.