Corey Rose (he/him/his) is a print/audio journalist, director, and storyteller from Jacksonville, Florida. His work explores the intersections of Public Health, Culture, Education, and Race/Gender Justice. He’s written, contributed and produced content for South Florida Journal, South Florida Gay News, The Poynter Institute, and the Commonwealth Club of California.
With a Bachelor’s degree in Multimedia Journalism and double-minors in Theatre and Communication, Rose is continuously on a mission to grow as a writer, a creator, and a person. While conducting research on the effectiveness of early HIV/AIDS campaigns on communities of color, he also directed his university’s first virtual production during the pandemic, and the first in-person production as restrictions were lifted. He is a Facebook Journalism Project Scholar, a proud member of the National Association of Black Journalists, and a first-year audio student at the University of California Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism.