Elyse Rosenfield was born and raised in Princeton, New Jersey. She attended the Hun School of Princeton and is still very involved with the school as an alumnus. She also attended the College of Communication at Boston University. After graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Film and Television Production Elyse moved to Los Angeles to start her career. She has worked in both production and post-production on projects ranging from The Real Housewives of Orange County to feature films such as Steven Spielberg’s Tintin and Tom Ford’s Nocturnal Animals. Elyse has also produced several short films and digital projects. Her first feature film as a producer, titled Night Into Day has just premiered streaming on Amazon.
Elyse has been involved in different philanthropic organizations throughout her life. She started volunteering at Greenwood House, a nursing home in Ewing, NJ when she was 13. Other organizations that she worked with over the years include Corner House in Princeton, NJ, ORT in Los Angeles, CA, and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Man & Woman Of The Year Campaign. Elyse joined SHARE a few years ago and is very grateful to be a part of such an amazing organization. This is Elyse's first experience being a board member for a non-profit organization and she is so happy that it is with SHARE.