Rosa White is an award-winning entertainment marketing creative with 15 years of experience working with iconic media & entertainment brands that drive culture. Through the course of her career, she’s led multiple successful campaigns for fan-favorite Lifetime movies, top-rated WEtv reality series, and memorable BET award shows but is most passionate about her work in social impact marketing.
Recognizing media’s power to influence social change, Rosa infuses her personal credo “boxes are for squares” into every project. From Question Bridge: Black Males, a video installation housed in the  National Museum of African American History and Culture’s permanent collection, to her current work with MTVE, her creative aims to break old molds and expand narratives beyond narrowly defined demographics to create more visibility for historically underrepresented communities.


“A Day with the Girls” Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign
Promax/BDA 2017 Bronze – Public Service Announcement Campaign

“Who’s Got Next?” Women’s History Month Campaign
Promax/BDA 2017 Gold – Seasonal or Special Event Program Campaign

“A person is more important than anything else…”
2014 Baldwin Festival commissioned video installation

“Question Bridge: Black Males”
2012 Sundance New Frontier Lab

“Living Los Sures”
Union Docs Collaborative Fellow ’10

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