Kate Rosin


Kate Rosin's editorial background includes serving as a regional editor for the parenting website ParentsConnect.com, a news officer in the Office of News and Public Affairs at the University of Pennsylvania, an assistant editor with the New England Board of Higher Education, and a production manager for Morgan-Rand Publishing. She also spent several years working as both a counselor and a program manager in various group homes for mentally ill adults.

Ms. Rosin has had articles published in the "Philadelphia Daily News," "Connection: New England's Journal of Higher Education and Economic Development," and ParentsConnect.com. In its original incarnation as half-hour sitcom, her novel, "Made for TV," was a finalist in the 2006 Scriptapalooza International Television Writing Competition. Excerpts of time she shared with the mentally ill residents of a group home in Massachusetts are recounted in her unpublished non-fiction narrative, "Crazy Eight."

A native of the Philadelphia area, Ms. Rosin currently works as a Development Coordinator in the Office of College Advancement at Harcum College. She resides in Wayne, Pennsylvania, with her husband and two daughters.

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