Dr. Rosener teaches and does research in the areas of men and women at work, cultural diversity, and business and government. She has published articles in academic journals and the popular press, and is a sought after speaker in both the public and private sector.
She is the author of the path-breaking article, "Ways Women Lead," (Harvard Business Review, November/December, l990), co-author of Workforce America! Managing Employee Diversity as a Vital Resource (Business One Irwin, l991), and author of America's Competitive Secret, Women Managers (Oxford University Press, Paperback Fall 1997). This book shows how leveraging the special talents of women can provide organizations with a competitive advantage. She is currently writing a new book about men and women working in the “new” work environment.
Dr. Rosener was a columnist in the Sunday Business Section Los Angeles Times for five years and currently writes a column for the Los Angeles and Orange County Business Journal. For three years she was a commentator on the PBS TV show "Life & Times" on KCET in Southern California.
She serves on the following Boards: Board of Directors, Tech Ventures Network, Board of Visitors, School of Politics and Economics, Claremont Graduate University, National Advisory Board; Center for Women and Aging, Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University; Corporate Advisory Board, IMRI (Information Management Resources, Incorporated); National Advisory Board, Forbes Executive Women's Forum; former member, Board of Directors, KCET Public Television for Southern California; former member, Orange County, California Grand Jury; former Commissioner, California Coastal Commission.
Dr. Rosener received her BA from UCLA, her MA from California State University, Fullerton, and her Ph.D. from the Center for Politics and Economics, at the Claremont Graduate University.
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