Nothing is as hard as it seems, but everything is harder than it looks. — David Rosman
His career has spanned the gamut from Ma-Pa to Fortune and Forbes 500 businesses, with local, state and national political campaigns and leaders, and as an Administrative Hearing Officer for the State of Colorado.
Since 1992, David has provided contract writing, editing and editorial services for corporations and political entities, and has written professional development programs for non- and for-profit as well as government corporations. He is the author or contributing editor of 12 professional development textbooks and over 70 training manuals and programs.
Today, David is a highly regarded and internationally read columnist for the Columbia Missourian (Columbia, MO) and InkandVoice.com, and a reviewer for the New York Journal of Books.
He has been faculty of Business, Speech and Political Communication for nationally recognized universities, including Columbia College (MO), the University of Colorado – Denver, Regis University (CO) and the University of Denver.
David is the 2008 winner of the Interactive Media Award for Editing Political Web Sites and the Hess Award for “Excellence in professional education program development.” He has been twice nominated for the Kulp-Wright Award for professional development education textbook authorship and training excellence.
David holds a Master of Arts in Organizational Communication from the University of Northern Colorado and a Bachelor of Science in Administration from St. Louis University.