BA Harvard University; MPhil University of Cambridge (in progress)
3 years experience


Rosie can usually be found in a museum gallery, getting as close to the paintings as security will allow. After attending Marlborough School in her native Los Angeles, Rosie worked as an au pair in Berlin before her freshman year at Harvard College. Majoring in Art History and Folklore & Mythology, she developed a persevering interest in the interdisciplinary humanities, and she is currently pursuing a graduate degree in Art History at the University of Cambridge, where she is funded by the Klesch Collection Scholarship for Renaissance and Baroque Painting. At Harvard, Rosie served as Art Editor for the Harvard Advocate, ran a punk rock radio show for WHRB, and worked as a curatorial intern at the Harvard Art Museums.

It was in her time as an au pair that Rosie first discovered a passion for education, which she has developed through years of tutoring for AP humanities subjects. Rosie’s students appreciate the humor, approachability, and energy she brings to their lessons.

Noteworthy Accomplishments

  • While at Harvard, Rosie was awarded the Thomas Temple Hoopes Prize (for outstanding senior theses), Robert T. Coolidge Thesis Prize (for best senior thesis on a medieval topic), and David McCord Prize (for unusual creative talent).
  • Currently, Rosie studies at Cambridge on the Klesch Collection Scholarship, an award for which she was selected among all postgraduate students at any university studying Renaissance or Baroque European painting.

Fun Facts

  • When not in a museum or classroom, Rosie loves to study new languages, read historical fiction, and bake.
  • In the course of her work as a curatorial intern at the Harvard Art Museums, Rosie is perhaps most proud of the fact that she once got to touch a Rembrandt.

Areas of Expertise

  • Art History
  • English Literature
  • European History
  • US History
  • World History