About Rosemary O'Hara Sponsorship
Rosemary Goudreau O’Hara's legendary 44-year career in journalism deserves a celebration, so the First Amendment Foundation invites you to her party! Having recently retired as editorial page editor of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Rosemary has also held important positions at The Tampa Tribune, The Orlando Sentinel, and The Miami Herald. Rosemary was a member of the Sun-Sentinel team that won the 2019 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service; she has been inducted into the University of Florida College of Journalism's Hall of Fame; and she was twice named one of the most influential people in Florida politics. Most recently, Rosemary played a critical role in launching the acclaimed South Florida Invading Sea series, a groundbreaking collaboration with four South Florida media organizations addressing the adverse impacts of climate change.
On Thursday, June 24, Rosemary’s admirers will hold a virtual celebration of Rosemary and her career. The event will benefit the First Amendment Foundation which shares and advances Rosemary’s commitment to open government and freedom of the press.