Corey Antonio Rose (he/him/his) is a producer, reporter and host based in Oakland, CA. His work explores the intersections of policy, culture, and public health, from the case for reparations to the mishandling of monkeypox vaccines. His work has been featured on NPR, KQED, KALW, The Commonwealth Club of California, and more. Rose is also a live event producer and host, bringing communities into real-time dialogue with concerts, roundtable discussions, and moderated panels throughout the Bay Area.
He is a Facebook Journalism Project Scholar, a co-chair of UC Berkeley’s chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists, and known as “The Beyoncé of Audio Journalism” at University of California Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism. @CoreyARose on Twitter.
University of California Berkeley, MJ Audio Journalism
Florida Atlantic University, BA Multimedia Journalism
KQED, Production Assistant
Commonwealth Club of California, Editorial Intern
AWARDS & HONORS
Facebook Journalism Scholar
MEMBERSHIPS & AFFILIATIONS
National Association of Black Journalists, Co-Chair
National Association of LGBT Journalists, member
REPORTING INTERESTSGender Justice