Assistant Teaching Professor
Stacy Rosenberg is an Assistant Teaching Professor at Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College in the School of Information Systems & Management and Public Policy & Management. She is currently teaching the graduate-level courses Strategic Presentation Skills, Professional Writing, and Business English. Stacy serves on the Arts Management and Entertainment Industry Management program committees and was recently appointed to CMU's Global Communication Center's advisory board.
Formerly, Stacy was Assistant Director for External Relations at NYU's Department of Media, Culture, & Communication (MCC) and the NYU Council for Media & Culture. She was a member of the NYU Stern School of Business and NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development adjunct faculty for the courses Business & Its Publics, Media & Identity, and Media Criticism. In addition, Stacy was a writing evaluator for NYU Stern’s Professional Responsibility & Leadership course, and she worked on NYU Steinhardt’s Media & Globalization study abroad courses in Amsterdam & Paris and in Hong Kong & Beijing.
Prior to joining MCC, Stacy served as Associate Director at the NYU Preston Robert Tisch Center for Hospitality, Tourism, and Sports Management where she oversaw the NYU International Hospitality Industry Investment Conference and the Center's certificate programs. Previously, she worked as a web producer for the arts and entertainment guide Citysearch.com and freelanced in live and recorded television production management for The Walt Disney Company and Universal Studios, Orlando. Projects included media relations for The Walt Disney World Animal Kingdom and Downtown Disney grand opening press events, Walt Disney World's 25th Anniversary and Millennium press events, and production work on Oprah, Roseanne, The Walt Disney World Christmas and Easter specials, Miss America, Children's Miracle Network Telethon, and more.
In the nonprofit sector, through Foster Pride, Stacy leads a financial literacy program for young adults aging out of the foster care system in New York City. The organization, which also offers arts programming, is staffed by educators from the NYC museum community as well.
Stacy majored in Telecommunication Operations Management, with an outside concentration in Business, at the University of Florida where she was a Florida Academic Scholar, graduated summa cum laude, and was awarded the Dean's Cup for Professional Promise. She earned her MA at NYU in Media, Culture, and Communication.
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New York University