Associate Teaching Professor
Stacy Rosenberg is an Associate Teaching Professor at Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College in the School of Information Systems & Management and the School of Public Policy & Management. Stacy is available to contribute content for media covering crisis communication and public policy communication -- including disinformation and political rhetoric.
Stacy is currently teaching the graduate-level courses Strategic Presentation Skills, Writing for Public Policy, and Writing for Creative Industries. Crisis communication and political communication are Stacy's areas of specialization. She has been on the Carnegie Mellon University faculty for 10 years.
Stacy serves on committees shaping university policy including the CMU Faculty Affairs Council and the Communication Core Competency Committee. Service work also includes the Entertainment Industry Management and Arts Management program committees as well as the Bachelor of Science in Computational Finance admissions committee.
Prior to joining the CMU faculty, Stacy worked for New York University for 10 years. She was Assistant Director for External Relations at NYU's Department of Media, Culture, & Communication. Stacy also co-taught the NYU Stern School of Business course Business & Its Publics and taught the NYU Steinhardt courses Media & Identity and Media Criticism. These courses reflect her interest in the interrelationship between business, government, and society as well as issues pertaining to media and representation.
Previously, Stacy worked as a Web producer for the arts and entertainment guide Citysearch.com and in television production 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 television production work on Oprah, numerous ABC prime-time episodes, The Walt Disney World Christmas and Easter specials, N' Sync's "I Want You Back" music video, and more.
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.