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Rosemary serves as the voice of social media on GPB’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram sites and instructs staff on digital and social content trends. She also trains volunteers during fund drives.

She is a prolific blogger, having created and written several of them including:
“Desperate for Downton”, “Tails of the City”, “A Passion for Learning” (now “Education Matters”) and “MyGPB” which promotes the organization’s programs, initiatives and happenings. Additionally she has covered geek culture, namely Dragon Con, for “The Daily Jog” blog.

She has worn many hats at GPB. Previously she produced digital content for GPB News and the Digital and Education team.

In a former life she was a music critic and then produced entertainment news segments for CNN HLN's "Robin & Company" morning show (now "Morning Express"). (So pardon her if she rattles off movie and television trivia on occasion!)

She is originally from Brooklyn, NY but calls Decatur, Ga home.

Recent Blog Posts

Education Matters

Happy Digital Learning Day, February 1st!

Did you know that today is the first annual Digital Learning Day? What's that? Established by the Alliance for Excellent Education, it's a day to focus on technology and innovative learning in the...

February 1, 2012 - 3:59am
The Dell XPS 13 ultrabook was showcased at the Consumer Electronics Show as the next generation of laptop.
Education Matters

Ed Tech in 2012: What You Should Know

Education technology in 2012 appears to be looking a lot like ed tech in 2011. Mobile phones, tablets and slimmer laptops will continue to dominate. That’s because those devices are fast becoming the...

January 25, 2012 - 11:46am
Georgia Tech honors biology class students took this photo using Kodak PlayTouch cameras during my video workshop.
Education Matters

Multimedia in Service Learning and Urban Habitat Restoration

How do you include multimedia in a service learning project that centers on urban habitat restoration? That sums up the proposition that Dr. Jenny Cruse-Sanders from the Atlanta Botanical Garden and...

September 22, 2011 - 8:30am

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