Rose E. Gorman is the Resident Fellow for The Tuxedo Project. She is the former Program Director at NY Writers Coalition, a community-based writing and social justice organization in Brooklyn, NY, and her writing has appeared in The Bridge, Paste Magazine, and elsewhere. In 2012 she was recognized as one of 30 Women Making a Difference by the National Council for Research on Women for her outreach work with the oral history organization StoryCorps. Over the past 10 years, Rose has facilitated numerous writing groups for youth and adults, including formerly homeless veterans, recent immigrants, incarcerated men at Rikers Island Correctional Facility, LGBTQ+ homeless youth and elders, and young girls of color, and is a co-teacher for WriteSL, a generative memoir writing workshop and retreat in Unawatuna, Sri Lanka. She also serves as a Fiction Reader for Apogee Journal, an art and literary publication that engages with identity politics, such as race, gender, sexuality, class, ability, and intersectional identities.