As editorial page editor of the Sun Sentinel, Rosemary Goudreau is directly responsible for the editorials, letters, op-eds and opinion-engagement features you read in the paper and online.
A native of Upper Michigan, Rosemary grew up in Tampa and graduated from the University of Florida with a bachelor’s degree in journalism.
She began her reporting career at the Tampa Tribune, before moving to the Orlando Sentinel and later the Miami Herald as a medical writer. She first became an editor in the Herald’s Broward Bureau. Later, she assumed editing positions at the Knight-Ridder Washington Bureau, The Virginian Pilot in Norfolk, Va.; the Cincinnati Enquirer, where she was the managing editor; and the Tampa Tribune, where she was editorial page editor.
Immediately prior to joining the Sun Sentinel in 2012, Rosemary was a new-media entrepreneur who founded the website, Florida Voices. She also has worked as a political consultant, mostly for Republican candidates.
Rosemary serves as a director of the national Association of Opinion Journalists. She has been a graduate fellow at Stanford, Columbia and USC. And she’s a four-time juror of the Pulitzer Prizes.
She can be reached at rgoudreau@SunSentinel.com; by phone at 954-356-4669; on Twitter at @rosemarygoudrea; and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/rosemary.goudreau.