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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

Tails of the City

Tips on Hiking and Camping with Your Dog at Georgia State Parks

Camping, hiking and walks in the woods. You can do all of that this Memorial Day weekend and all summer long with your dog at a Georgia State Park. The Department of Natural Resources encourages you...

May 23, 2013 - 8:03am
Bidding for a date with Downton's Brendan Coyle starts at $2,000.00. Photo via: boards.straightdope.com.
Desperate for Downton

Win a Date Night with Downton Abbey's Mr. Bates

How much would you pay for a date night with Downton Abbey’s Mr. Bates? You can stop wondering and start bidding because Brendan Coyle, the tortured valet’s portrayer, has put himself up for...

May 22, 2013 - 7:06am
This dog was pulled from the Oklahoma tornado rubble during an interview.
Tails of the City

Dog Found in Rubble During Interview with Oklahoma Tornado Survivor

Talk about an amazing story! A woman who survived the tornadoes in Oklahoma discovered her dog alive under rubble while giving an interview to CBS News. You’ll have to watch the video to comprehend...

May 21, 2013 - 9:19am
Education Matters

Briarwood Elementary Teachers Heroes During Oklahoma Tornado

Teachers are superheroes. Need proof? Look at the courageous efforts of teachers at Briarwood Elementary in Moore, Oklahoma in the face of yesterday’s tornado. When the twister swirled their way,...

May 21, 2013 - 8:41am
Kids can run through the giant ogre, one of the featured plant sculptures of Imaginary Worlds. Photo Atlanta Botanical Garden.
Family

Visit These Imaginary Worlds at the Atlanta Botanical Garden

I had the chance to preview Imaginary Worlds: Larger Than Life, the new giant plant sculpture exhibit at the Atlanta Botanical Garden a few weeks ago. I was definitely transported to a mystical...

May 20, 2013 - 8:26am

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