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Maggie Rose

Maggie Rose is a passionate storyteller and an award-winning playwright. Her plays have been performed in New York; Los Angeles; and Sydney, Australia. She has been awarded several highly-competitive recognitions including The George Burns and Gracie Allen Fellowship in Comedy Writing and The George Savage Award in Playwriting. She was a finalist in the Austin Film Festival, and in the Final Draft writing competition with a television pilot she wrote about mental healthcare in America. One of her most notable plays Admissions, about college admissions and education in America, was selected for the Marianne Murphy Women in Philanthropy Play Reading Series in Los Angeles.

She has worked on Robert and Michelle King’s The Good Wife, The Good Fight, and Evil and on Ryan Murphy Television’s The Politician and Pose. Storytelling and the arts has had a profound impact on Maggie’s life, and she is very excited to serve on the Associate Board of Community-Word Project to help celebrate creative voices and expression.

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