Rose Crichton-White is a New York Emmy-winning executive producer with over 15 years of cross-sector integrated marketing, event management, and community relations experience. Currently, she serves as Director of Marketing & Communications and Interim Director of Development for Spence-Chapin Services to Families and Children.
Previously, she was Associate Director of Partnerships & Marketing for BRIC Arts & Media in Brooklyn where she managed the BRIC Media Share program, working with partnering not-for-profit organizations to show them how to produce their own short-form video content and incorporate it as part of their own long-term marketing strategy. There, she received two New York Emmy nominations for her work and won her first New York Emmy in 2017.
Rose also worked with media company, Emmis Communications as Director of Marketing, Promotions & Digital for 98.7 KISS-FM and as an integral member of the HOT 97 Radio/Digital Marketing and Community Relations team. As a freelance consultant and event manager, she has worked with companies such as MTV, the Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival, Mission One Voice, New York Comic Con, NBC and Interscope Records.
Rose is a City University of New York Alumna and earned a B.A. in Media and Film Studies from Hunter College and an M.S. in Marketing from Baruch College.