Hilary Rosen Biography
Hilary Rosen is an American Communications and political strategist. She is the former head of the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
She served as student council president in high school, and in 1981, she earned her bachelor’s degree in international business from George Washington University. She began working as a legislative assistant in 1979 in the Washington, D.C. office of Governor Brendan Byrne (D-NJ).
She was a columnist for The Washington Post, became the first political director of The Huffington Post and Washington editor-at-large, she has provided political commentary for CNN, MSNBC, and CNBC .
She worked for 16 years for the RIAA, including as chief executive officer from 1998 to 2003. Since 2010, she has been managing director and a partner at the public relations firm SKDKnickerbocker. She has been a registered lobbyist during her career, both for the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and the RIAA . Since the early 1980s, she has been an advocate for LGBT rights.
Hilary Rosen Age
She was born in 1958 in West Orange, New Jersey, United States. She is 60 years old as of 2018.
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She was married to Elizabeth Birch, the former lawyer for Apple Inc and the executive director of the Human Rights Campaign. The couple met in 1994, and adopted twins, a girl Anna and a boy,Jake from Texas in 1999. The two then separated in 2006. She is currently single.
Hilary Rosen Cancer
She is not suffering from cancer.
Hilary Rosen Weight Loss
Is Hilary sick?, this question has been asked by many of her viewers after she lost a lot of weight, although she has not talked of it yet, she is more healthy for she is still active in her political views, and their is no evidence of her being sick. We are still following her to see if she will open up about her weight loss, more will be updated soon.
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The Music Business Association (Music Biz) has announced that noted Washington, DC Strategist and women’s rights advocate Hilary Rosen will conduct a Keynote Interview with this year’s Harry Chapin Memorial Humanitarian Award recipient Scooter Braun at the Music Biz 2018 Conference’s Awards Luncheon on May 17th at the Omni Nashville Hotel.
Rosen, an on-air CNN Political Analyst, currently serves as Co-Chair of the TIME’S UP Legal Defense Fund and Managing Partner of SKDKnickerbocker, the 2017 Holmes Report Public Affairs Agency of the Year. She is also a former Chairman and CEO of the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and herself received Music Biz’s Humanitarian Award in 2003, in recognition of her various charitable and philanthropic efforts.
“Hilary has done such tremendous work for decades advocating for so many causes, including women’s rights and other progressive initiatives,” said James Donio, President of Music Biz. “As a previous recipient of our Humanitarian Award, we can think of no one better to guide this important conversation with Scooter. They are both prime examples to be emulated in the years ahead, and I know this will be a must-attend event at the conference.”
“Scooter is a man for these times. I am so impressed with the way he innovates and connects his entertainment business and his commitment to making our world a better place. We are going to explore what he’s learned about the best ways to bring philanthropic values to this business and to our community,” said Rosen. “People from all walks of life look to their favorite artists and executives as role models, and honoring that tradition is a major part of success in this industry.”
The interview will conclude the Music Biz 2018 Awards Luncheon, during which Braun will receive the Humanitarian Award for his philanthropic mission at SB Projects, where he implements a charitable element into each company initiative at the intersection of music, film, television, technology, brands, and culture. In 2017, he organized the One Love Manchester benefit concert, which raised over $22 million for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund, in the wake of a terrorist attack during an Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena in England. Only three months later, Braun organized the star-studded Hand in Hand: A Benefit for Hurricane Relief telethon, which raised over $64 million for victims of Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma, and Hurricane Maria.