Roslyn Milstein Meyer
Roslyn Milstein Meyer is a Psychologist, Artist, Advocate and Philanthropist. A long time resident of New Haven and Guilford, she currently serves on the Boards of LEAP (Leadership, Education and Athletics in Partnership) and the International Festival of Arts and Ideas which she co-founded. She is also the Co-Chair of Smilow Cancer Center and Treasurer of Lost in New Haven, a new not for profit museum opening in New Haven in late 2023. She has chaired and served on many not for profit boards, over the years and in 2008 was awarded the Yale Medal, Yale’s highest honor. Roz was in the first class of undergraduate women to graduate from Yale University in 1969, and has always been a trail blazer. She received her PHD in Clinical Psychology from Yale in 1977 and was on the Clinical faculty of the department of Psychiatry for many years. She is an ardent believer in the power of education and the importance of equity and social justice. She is married to Jerry Meyer, Psychoanalyst and Artist, and has three children and two grandchildren each of whom give her tremendous joy.