More about Rosanne

Served as a panelist on 2020 Tallahassee Race Relations Summit Session: EDUCATION – Race, Status, and Education Reform: Issues of Excellence & Equality.

Chosen as one of five “Trailblazers” by the Oasis Center for Women and Girls in 2013.

Served as a Panelist at the National Public Radio/TV American Graduate Town Hall on reducing dropouts and increasing options for high school graduation, October 2013.

Was a Keynote speaker at the International Conference for Invitational Educators in Orlando, Florida, September 2013. Her topic was, “Climate Change: Creating public school environments that foster creativity, honor every student, and eliminate bullying.”

Served on the Citizens Editorial Board for the Tallahassee Democrat in 2012.

Honored as the FSU College of Education “Distinguished K-12 Educator” alumni award in 2011. 

Selected as the Leon County School Administrator of the Year in 2010.

Honored as a “Woman of Courage and Vision” by Tallahassee Community College in 2001

Selected by the Commissioner of Education for the “Principal Achievement Award for Outstanding Leadership” in 1990.

Served as President of the Leon County Principals’ Association in 1988 and 1995 and as the State President of the Florida Association of Alternative School Educators in 1989-91