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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

During the Live Art concert, students create artwork while onstate.
Education Matters

Live Art About Unique Ed Program Wins PBS Online Film Festival

The PBS Online Film Festival showcases short films from a variety of filmmakers. These shorts often give voice to issues and programs that may be overlooked by major Hollywood studios. That’s the...

April 3, 2013 - 6:00am
Desperate for Downton

Live Chat with Jeremy Piven - Mr. Selfridge Today at 1 p.m.

Did you watch the premiere of Mr. Selfridge last night? How did you think Jeremy Piven fared as the flamboyant title character? What about the ensemble cast, the costumes and the location? If you had...

March 31, 2013 - 4:32pm
Principal Bolden and me at the start of Career Day.
Education Matters

Live Blogging Career Day at McNair Discovery Learning Academy

Today I have the pleasure of being a guest at Ronald E. McNair Discovery Learning Academy in Decatur, Ga for their annual career day. As I'm a strong believer in showing rather than simply telling, I...

March 29, 2013 - 3:30am
Desperate for Downton

Downton versus Mr. Selfridge

If Downton Abbey were set in a sprawling London department store at the turn of the century would it be the new masterpiece drama Mr. Selfridge? You’ll have to watch the series which premieres Sunday...

March 28, 2013 - 7:08am
Nick D'Aloisio recently sold his app to Yahoo for 30 million dollars. Photo courtesy Google Plus.
Family

How to Raise Your Kid to be the Next Millionaire App Maker

How do you train your child to be the next millionaire app maker like 17 year old Nick d’Aloisio?: By following the simple but smart habits of D’Aloisio’s parents. Mrs. Diana D’Aloisio divulged her...

March 27, 2013 - 5:46am

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