Julia Rosen leads a global service team that contributes to and executes ASU’s enterprise-wide global partnerships with organizations including Cintana Education and the Mastercard Foundation. Through Global Launch, the unit also delivers language and cultural competency training for ASU international students as well as learners and professionals worldwide.Rosen’s ASU tenure spans more than 20 years leading economic development, ed tech and global partnerships for the university. She has worked with global governments and private and public partners around the world to design, negotiate and launch innovative collaborations on behalf of ASU. Rosen has held roles as associate vice provost for ASU Online and associate vice president for innovation and entrepreneurship.In 2010, she co-founded ASU’s partnership with Global Silicon Valley (GSV) to launch the annual ASU GSV Education Innovation Summit, identified by the New York Times as the “must attend” event for ed tech investors. Rosen led the development of one of the premier economic engines in the Phoenix Metro region: SkySong, the ASU Scottsdale Innovation Center. This public-private partnership is estimated to annually produce more than $1 billion in economic activity for the State of Arizona.Fluent in Spanish and Portuguese, Rosen holds a MIM degree from the Thunderbird School of Global Management, and an MBA from the W. P. Carey School of Business at ASU.