ROSE Jackson FLENORL
Manager, Global Citizenship, FedEx Corporation
Rose Flenorl serves as Manager of Global Citizenship at FedEx Corporation, one of Fortune’s “World’s Most Admired Companies.” As a visionary leader in the internationally-recognized FedEx Global Citizenship group, Rose has been instrumental in the design and execution of the company’s major citizenship initiatives. Recently, she helped launch Employment Pathways and Global Entrepreneurship, two new focus areas to connect under-represented individuals around the world with economic opportunity.
In 2018 she spearheaded the company’s influential MLK50 campaign that united community organizations and team members in Memphis and beyond to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Rose also oversees citizenship initiatives in the areas of Road Safety, Diversity & Inclusion and Sustainable Transportation, including multi-million dollar grants, events and employee engagement activities. Rose’s career spans 30 years and includes work in marketing, communications and CSR. Prior to joining FedEx, she held positions at International Paper and IBM.
Rose is an active community leader in Memphis, at the national level, and with her alma mater, the University of Mississippi. She represents FedEx on the Conference Board Corporate Social Responsibility Council and the National Civil Rights Museum Board of Directors.
Her outstanding professional and philanthropic achievements have earned Rose numerous prestigious awards and honors including the Salvation Army Partner in Mission Award, the Memphis Grizzlies Community Hero Award, the Girl’s Inc. “She Knows Where She’s Going Award,” the Girls Scouts “One Smart Cookie” Award, The Tri-State Defender Women of Excellence Award, the Tennessee Women in NAACP Frances Dancy Hooks Award, the AKA Sorority South Eastern Region Vanessa Rogers Long Humanitarian Award, the Ole Miss Alumni Hall of Fame Award, and recognition as a Dress for Success Worldwide honoree. Her educational background includes a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from the University of Mississippi.