- The Pew Charitable Trusts
Barbara Rosewicz is currently a senior editor and researcher on state fiscal matters at Pew.
As a project leader within the Research and Information unit, Rosewicz helps initiate and oversee collaborative efforts between research teams and writers to produce and publish analysis, information, and 50-state reports on a range of fiscal health issues.
Rosewicz previously served for six years as managing editor of Stateline, the daily news service of The Pew Charitable Trusts. From 1984–1996, she was a reporter for The Wall Street Journal, first as a Middle East correspondent based in Cairo and then in the Washington bureau. Rosewicz started her career with United Press International (UPI), first in Dallas and then at the statehouse in Topeka, KS, where she was bureau chief. In 1981, she transferred with UPI to Washington, DC to cover the Supreme Court and Congress. She is co-editor of a book of essays on parenting, Up All Night: Practical Wisdom from Mothers and Fathers, which was published in May 2004.
Rosewicz received her bachelor of science in journalism from University of Kansas in 1978.