Roslyn Brock (b. 1965) grew up in Fort Washington, Maryland, and attended Virginia Union University’s college and school of theology. She also earned master’s degrees from George Washington and Northwestern universities. She has served as vice president at Bon Secours Health System since 2001 and was formerly a program associate in health care at the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Brock began her twenty-six year career with the NAACP as a youth board member. Elected vice chair of the Board in 2001, she created the annual NAACP Leadership 500 Summit in 2005 to recruit and train young leaders. In 2010, she became the youngest person, at age 44, to head the board. Brock is working with Benjamin Jealous to broaden the NAACP’s membership and revitalize its tradition of advocacy. She is particularly interested in health care reform.