National Course Manager
Rose Traubert is a dedicated advocate for equitable access to high quality education for all. Rose’s experience working in public schools has shown her the immense capacity of education to be transformative when students are engaging with high-quality, rigorous curricula. Most recently, Rose served as the Director of Academic Innovation for Intrinsic Schools in Chicago. In this role, she wrote curricula for multiple grade levels, created and delivered professional development across multiple schools, and coached the English and History teams at Intrinsic’s Downtown Campus.
Rose earned her Bachelor of Arts and Master of Education degrees from Harvard University. She was a founding member of the Harvard Teacher Fellows program where she began her career in education. Rose taught 10th and 12th grade History in Richmond, California before returning to her hometown of Chicago. While working in Chicago at The Noble Academy, Rose taught multiple grade levels and led a class called the History of American Democracy in partnership with the Case Method Project out of Harvard Business School. The experience of teaching a college-level curriculum in high school, and seeing the growth of her students through access to this material, drove Rose’s passion for providing college-in-high school opportunities to all students.