Rose is producer for ESPN's 30 for 30 Podcasts, original audio documentaries from the makers of the acclaimed 30 for 30 series. She is also host and creator of Flash Forward, a podcast that explores possible tomorrows. The show is a quirky mashup of science fiction and journalism. Each episode starts with a fictionalized radio drama and then dives into a serious discussion of the subject with historians, engineers, scientists, futurists, etc. Rose has been a freelance writer and producer since 2011 when she received a Master of Arts degree in Journalism Science (Health and Environmental Reporting Program) from New York University. She also has a Bachelor of Science degree in Ecology, Behavior and Evolution, with a minor in Literature and Writing. She is a columnist for Motherboard and BBC Future and produces a podcast for The Story Collider. Previously, she was editor of Smithsonian Magazine’s Smart News, Acting Technology Editor at the Atlantic, Special Media Manager for Nautilus Magazine, Managing Editor at LadyBits, script editor for TED Education, product coordinator for Minute Earth, intern at Scientific American and Radiolab and Editor-in-Chief and Special Projects Editor for NYU’s Scienceline. She also taught a semester of science journalism at CUNY’s graduate program in journalism.