Spend 69 Seconds With local activist Steven RodRozen.
01Your first job.
Milking cows on our Kibbutz dairy farm.
02The job you wanted as a child.
Veterinarian, I guess it had to do with hanging around all those cows…
03Your ideal vacation.
Sunny destination, luxury accommodations and good nightlife. Okay … and some good shopping towards the end…
04The one word your best friend would use to describe you.
The Shawshank Redemption.
06The three things you would want with you on a deserted island.
Fishing gear, a machete and a DVD of “Aspen 2”.
07One thing no one knows about you (and you are willing to share).
I took a full year off to travel across North America in an old station wagon. I visited most of the National Parks in the USA, Canada and Alaska.
08The one thing any visitor to Vancouver simply cannot miss.
A walk around the Stanley Park seawall.
09 Your hero.
Yitzhak Rabin. He ignited, led and progressed the mid east peace process like no one else and probably would have achieved it if he wasn’t assassinated.
10 Complete this sentence: On Friday nights I…
…have friends over for dinner parties, enjoy good wine and remember nostalgically the all-nighter raves we used to attend…
MEET Steven rodrozen
Steven is a professional fund developer working on an annual campaign for the Jewish Community. He also co-owns a fast growing interior design firm with his partner.
Steven’s involvement in the community started when he first immigrated from Israel in 2000. Steven co-owned and published the Outlooks Vancouver magazine; created and managed the Proud To Quit smoking campaign as well as the Aids Vancouver Red-Ribbon campaign.
Steven’s extracurricular activities include serving on the GLBA board of directors for five years, three of them as co-chair; presently he is one of the co-chairs of the first LGBTQ City Advisory Committee as well as a leading activist for the new LGBTQ multi-purpose community centre. Steven’s passion for politics has got him deeply involved in many campaigns, at all three levels of government.