A longtime flower and garden enthusiast, Marjorie Rosen enjoys sharing her love of horticulture in international settings. She acquired her passion for gardening while living in London for seven years. Marjorie Rosen became a board member of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, serving on the Friends and Foundation Board. She also attended many openings of the Chelsea Flower Show in London, one of the leading events of its kind.
As a current resident of New York City, Rosen has been equally involved as a board member of the New York Botanical Garden, currently serving as its vice chairman. She chairs the Horticulture Committee and for many years has co-chaired the garden's Plant Collector's Sale. Rosen's association with the garden has taken her to Chile, Belize, Brazil, Japan, Italy, and Ireland.
For more than 20 years, Marjorie Rosen served as president of Arts Britannia, Ltd., where she arranged corporate tours of locations devoted to the decorative and fine arts. As an entrepreneur, she also created a line of hanging floral baskets that were sold through the garden furniture firm of Munder-Skiles.