Tracie L. Rose
Tracie Rose, MA, a cultural anthropologist, has worked with clients and scientists for more than 20 years to explore factors of risk. She holds degrees in anthropology with an emphasis on cultural and societal differences. Ms. Rose is a published author and has presented on a variety of risk factors including asbestos, vaping, warnings, benzene, energy, oil & gas, and cannabis. Ms. Rose holds Masters and Bachelor degrees in anthropology with an emphasis on culture and American labor history.
Ms. Rose has worked in-house for insurance counsel, for national trial counsel, and for large multi-national firms. She works closely with clients, professionals, and witnesses in development, preparation and presentation of scientific concepts through data and demonstratives. She is experienced in document mining and objective analysis across many topics. Ms. Rose is a published author and has presented on warnings, benzene, hydraulic fracturing, and green energy.