Visiting Scholar at Northeastern University, Boston.
Knight of the Republic of Serbia.
Vice-President of Wikimedia District of Columbia.
Dame Rosie Gojich Stephenson-Goodknight, MBA is an expert on topics such as gender diversity, structured data, women’s empowerment, and organizational strategy.
She serves as Visiting Scholar at Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts and Vice-president of Wikimedia District of Columbia. She is the founder of Wikipedia's Women Writers project, and is the co-founder of Wikipedia Women in Red. Women in Red, founded in 2015, is an international community with hundreds of members around the world. It addresses systemic bias and was short-listed for the UN Women/ITU GEM-TECH award in the category 'Apply technology for women's empowerment and digital inclusion'.
Rosie was a featured speaker at the United Nations, the Parliament of the Republic of Serbia, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard Medical School, the National Academies of Science, University of Stockholm, University of Belgrade etc.
Her expertise and insights have been published by "CBS News - Sunday Morning Edition", "NBC Universal", "CNN", "BBC", "Washington Post", "Deutsche Welle", "Slate", "Huffington Post", "Radio New Zealand", "Nature", and the "Guardian". She is the co-author of her grandfather's biography, "The Diplomatic Mission of Dr. David Albala" (2018).
Her honors include a knighthood bestowed by the Republic of Serbia and selection as Wikipedian of the Year. She resides in California.
More here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Rosiestep