Rosalie was born on the picturesque island of Puerto Rico. Since she was three and a half years old, she started to be exposed in the dramatic arts. Her first performance was in the Classic Drama of Snow White. At the age of 16th her history class teacher challenged students to do a presentation based on the Greek literature of Homer’s The Iliad. Rosalie wrote her first script based on this novel. The play was so successful that her teacher gave four A’s for her excellent performance and screenplay. A few months later a group from her church invited her to be part of a group of writers who produced children’s stories for a Christian Radio Program. In 1996, Kodak Eastman offered Rosalie a job in RTP North Carolina where she moved with her family. A few years after she started to co-host a TV show on a Time Warner Station. In 2014, Rosalie published her first children’s book based on real characters title: Twin Sisters and in January 2016 she published: “Una Niña Talentosa”. This is a biography based on her. She also published: Lo Prohibido and El Hijo del Capitan Diez. Rosalie recently completed her Master Degree and looking into pursuing a doctorate degree. She works at Durham Parks and Recreation, planning, developing and coordinating events and programs for the Latino Community. She has been sharing her personal and professional experience in helping the community. She enjoys producing professional and quality work in order to help the Latino community and the community as a whole. God has blessed her with a wonderful husband, Carlos Hernández and two sons: Gabriel Sebastian and Carlos Daniel Hernández.
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