Data Evangelist I Author I Screenwriter I Adjunct Professor I Design Thinker
Maria Massei-Rosato wears many hats.
She’s an executive with a record of enabling strategic partnerships and developing business critical tools. 35 year career at Federal Reserve Bank of New York with particular emphasis on working with businesses to build next generation products leveraging advanced analytics.
She’s and educator. She’s developed and teaches, Storytelling with Data, a graduate course at The New School’s Parsons School of Design and conducts customized workshops based on this course for organizations interested in learning how to apply storytelling techniques to their data.
She’s a writer – a creative non-fiction author, specializing in memoir and essays. Published works in Poets & Writers Magazine, Brain Child Magazine, Boomer Lit Mag, Tell Us A Story, and Mutha Magazine. Memoir manuscript selected as a semi-finalist and essay “The Joyful Mysteries” a finalist, in the William Faulkner Creative Writing Competition.
She’s an award-winning screenwriter of Lost in Control, which has placed in 15 film festivals, winning best screenplay in Milan International Film Festival and Montana Covellite Film Festival.
Maria brings it all together in an engaging conversation on Thrive LOUD with Lou Diamond.