Rosa Clark

Rosa Clark

Comms & Events Manager
Biography

Rosa Clark joined Crossref in 2015. As the Communications & Events Manager, her role involves handling communications activities, supporting and planning events, and coordinating sponsorships. This includes working with Crossref’s diverse membership and community partners to encourage richer conversations, collaborations, and sharing of information via events, newsletters, social media, and blogs. Prior to Crossref, Rosa held administrative roles and sales leadership roles in varied industries. She enjoys fine dining, spending time with her dogs, and photography.

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Rosa Clark's Latest Blog Posts

Perspectives: Bruna Erlandsson on scholarly communications in Brazil

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Join us for the first in our Perspectives blog series. In this series of blogs, we will be meeting different members of our diverse, global community at Crossref. We learn more about their lives, how they came to know and work with us, and we hear insights about the scholarly research landscape in their country, challenges they face, and plans for the future.

Announcing the ROR Sustaining Supporters program

In collaboration with California Digital Library and DataCite, Crossref guides the operations of the Research Organization Registry (ROR). ROR is community-driven and has an independent sustainability plan involving grants, donations, and in-kind support from our staff. ROR is a vital component of the Research Nexus, our vision of a fully connected open research ecosystem. It helps people identify, connect, and analyze the affiliations of those contributing to, producing, and publishing all kinds of research objects.

Crossref Conversations: audio blog about helping open science

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Rosa Clark, Anna Tolwinska – 2021 August 20

In Community

Crossref Conversations is an audio blog we’re trying out that will cover various topics important to our community. This conversation is between colleagues Anna Tolwinska and Rosa Morais Clark, discussing how we can make research happen faster, with fewer hurdles, and how Crossref can help. Our members have been asking us how Crossref can support open science, and we have a few insights to share. So we invite you to have a listen.

Crossref at the Frankfurt Digital Book Fair

Frankfurt Book Fair (#FBM20) will be online this year since people are really not traveling right now.  This special edition of #FBM20 will have an extensive digital program in which we will be participating. So you can hang out with us from anywhere in the world! 

LIVE18: Roaring attendees, incomplete zebras, and missing tablecloths

Running a smooth event is always the goal, but not always the case! No matter how well managed an event is, there is always a chance that things will not go according to plan. And so it was with LIVE18. For the first day we were without the tablecloths we had ordered, which actually gave the room quite a nice, but unintentional, ‘rustic’ look. When they finally did arrive the following day, we realized we preferred the rustic look!