Mark Rosati out as VP of strategic marketing and communications

By Ariana Portalatin, Editor-in-Chief

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Mark Rosati is no longer at the college as the vice president of strategic marketing and communication.

Rosati was appointed as the interim successor of Deborah Maue following her departure in October 2017. He was appointed as the permanent successor in February 2018.

Rosati was tasked with improving the college’s marketing strategy and sharing faculty, student and alumni success stories, as reported by The Chronicle October 23, 2017.

Senior Director of the News Office Lambrini Lukidis confirmed Rosati’s departure in an April 9 email to The Chronicle. She added that President and CEO Kwang-Wu Kim has decided to keep the position vacant for the time being due to budget considerations and that Chief of Staff Laurent Pernot will assume day-to-day oversight of the department.

Rosati did not immediately return calls from The Chronicle.