Rose Rossier


Rose is a born communicator. Well, no wonder, she comes from a family of educators. Her dad was a high school teacher and her mom was a Special Ed teacher.

Her dad taught English, excelling with foreign students; while her mom worked with deaf and hard of hearing children and students with an array of disabilities. As such, Rose witnessed students with disabilities, and from all parts of the world, overcome various challenges from physical and social barriers, to poverty and discrimination.

However, Rose would not pursue a career in teaching. Instead, she set her sights on the advertising world. She started with a bang – with an internship at a boutique ad agency in London, England.

Rose received her degree in Communications and with all the exuberance of youth, embarked on her career. With jobs in marketing and production in the television and film industry, Rose learned that, "there is so much more to this communication stuff."

She has held positions at United Artists, Nielsen Media Research, The Weather Channel and The Travel Channel and for TV and film production companies. Rose has even spent time in front of the camera as an actress and on stage as an improv and comedy sketch performer.

For over five years, she worked for the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation as a content developer, writing articles and producing short documentaries.

In 2009, Rose's mom lost her life to a chronic disease. Afterwards, she cared for her dad who suffered for years from a rare condition that was not diagnosed until the end of his life.

Since 2018, Rose has served as Communications Director for ADA Supreme led by Joe Martinez. She is also a freelance writer and is currently writing scripts for TV and film.