October 2018: The Skimm’s “Back To School Series.” The videos are a part of their #NoExcuses Get Out The Vote Initiative.

Get ready for midterms by taking a look back at our country's past. And who better to teach you than some actual history teachers? Today's topic: the founding fathers.
 In this special episode, Megan sits down with her good friend and sociopolitical expert Sari Rosenberg to clarify myths around feminism and how it relates to sexual assault, dating, body image and eating disorders, and more. If you want to participate in the conversation but feel under-resourced, are curious or skeptical about the movement, or want to know how not to be a “white feminist,” this is a great place for listeners of all genders to start.

In this special episode, Megan sits down with her good friend and sociopolitical expert Sari Rosenberg to clarify myths around feminism and how it relates to sexual assault, dating, body image and eating disorders, and more. If you want to participate in the conversation but feel under-resourced, are curious or skeptical about the movement, or want to know how not to be a “white feminist,” this is a great place for listeners of all genders to start.


July 2018: I appeared on Season 20, Episode 5 of "Mysteries at the Museum" on Travel Channel discussing "Deadly Decor"

Ms. Rosenberg & Ro Ransom

Let’s talk about your new single “Floetry,” the star of the hour here. In the song you mention a teacher, Miss Rosenberg, as being the only person who believed you could amount to something. What “G-Shit” was she on? Any words of wisdom that stuck with you?

She was just super chill. I know she was hyped for this when I shouted her up. She came to the Dua Lipa concert! Even beyond that, when I was in high school, I would be going to the studio from 8 p.m. till 6 a.m. [I was] coming straight to class from the studio, and then I would have her class [in the morning]. I'm not gonna say she leaned off me. She definitely had an understanding that this dude's trying to do something and I know there are rules here that he needs to abide by, but I’m going to cut him some slack because I can tell that he's working super hard. That it will be worth it. We didn't have to say much to each other about it at the time. We always had an understanding. Now that I'm a grown-ass man, we're super cool. She supports everything I do.

That's the best. It’s wonderful to have an educator like that who gets it.

She's awesome. She's rare, too. I want to give Miss Rosenberg all the props and clout that I can give her. She's not just a teacher, she used to, like, do online media. She would do the fan clubs and radio websites for *NSYNC and the Backstreet Boys and shit. All that boy band stuff. I'm pretty sure, like the labels, like make content for Christina Aguilera. I hope I'm not getting any of this wrong. She's a writer now—she writes for Lifetime. You might have to interview her.

 

February 2018: I recently shared my thoughts with Marie Claire about arming teachers in the classroom.

September 2017: I was named Co-Executive Director of the Friends of the High School for Environmental Studies (HSES). The Friends of HSES was formed in 1996 with the mission of supporting environmental education at the High School for Environmental Studies in New York City.

 

August 2017: I am writing the daily women's history #SheDidThat posts for Lifetime!

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June 2017:

Check out my BELLA TV interview with Kimmy Gatewood and Rebekka Johnson, the stars of the new hit Netflix series GLOW!

June 2017:

Check out my first interview for BELLA TV with Emilia Bechrakis Serhant about my upcoming feature interview with her in the July/August 2017 issue of BELLA New York Magazine.

 

January 2017:

I am so honored to be a part of the new series from Roy Klabin and New York Minute Films. I shared my experiences as a public high school teacher as well as my concerns over the future of the public education system. 

Sari, an American History teacher in public schools for the last 14 years, discusses her concerns over the looming cuts to public school funding.

January 28, 2017:

I spoke on the "What the Media" panel at the 4TH ANNUAL WELLTH SERIES AT REFINERY HOTEL: RESOLUTIONS REFINED with Aly Teich {Founder - The Sweat Life} and hosted by Lauren Danziger {Executive Director - Meat Packing District}.

 

September 23, 2016:

STARRING IN A NEW UNITED FEDERATION OF TEACHERS (UFT) TELEVISION ADVERTISEMENT that highlights the passion and dedication of New York City public school teachers. The 30-second spot -- Rock Steady -- will run from September 23rd to October 7th on broadcast stations and cable television networks in the New York City area. In addition to the presidential debate, it will appear on Morning Joe, Hardball, the Today Show, Good Morning America, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Mets and Yankees games, The Voice and other widely watched programs. Read more about it in this article in The Daily News.

SO excited to appear in this advertisement for the UFT!

September 9, 2016:

FEATURED IN U.S. NEWS AND WORLD REPORT: In Lauren Camera's story entitled "How To Teach About 9/11 To Students With No Memory of It" and this story also appeared in Yahoo News. 

September 9, 2016  

FEATURED IN GOTHAMIST: In Julia Glum's article, "This Is How NYC Schools Teach Kids About 9/11". 

Sari Rosenberg speaking to Emerging Designers at the Harlem Fashion Week Business Symposium

 

May 15, 2016:

NAMED MIND+BODY EDITOR FOR BELLA NEW YORK MAGAZINE: Starting with the May/June issue of BELLA New York Magazine, I will make my debut as the Mind+Body Editor for BELLA New York Magazine. I was previously a contributor to the magazine and I'm excited and honored to take on this new role for BELLA. 

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November 1, 2016:

SELECTED AS A MEMBER OF THE CURRICULUM WRITING TEAM FOR THE NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION: I was recently invited to join in on an exciting project for the New York City Department of Education's Social Studies Department. I am writing the 11th grade U.S. History curriculum on a team with five other teachers. We will design the curriculum for all of New York City to be published in 2018. 

July 29, 2015:

EXCELLENCE IN SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY NOMINATION: I was nominated for the 2015 Excellence in School Technology Award, part of the 2015 New York City Department of Education School Technology Summit. I made the short-list and my name will appear in the July 29th Technology Summit's program book. 

July 2015

AWARDED AN EXCITING WRITING OPPORTUNITY AT THE CULLMAN CENTER: I am excited to announce that I was selected to study at The Cullman Center for Teachers at the New York Public Library in a writing workshop entitled "Deconstructing Voice" with bestselling author, Ayana Mathis. As I am still currently working on my first novel, this workshop will provide me with much needed time and inspiration. 

 

MAY 2015:

INVITED TO JOIN THE GINIA LAGUARDIA EDITORIAL SERVICES WRITING TEAM: I was recently honored with the invitation to join the roster of talent writers and editors at Gina LaGuardia Editorial Services, Inc. Read about it here

SEPTEMBER 2012:

AWARDED AN ACADEMY FOR TEACHERS FELLOWSHIP: Fellows are nominated by fellow educators based on their passion for the subject, creativity in the classroom, and their devotion to their students. They are selected to attend a Master Class to become Fellow of the Academy. I was a fellow in 2012-2013 and then again in 2014-2015. 

FEBRUARY 2012:

APPEARED ON PIX11: As a blogger for Mizzfit.com, I appeared in a piece about the new "Fitness Party" trend.

My appearance on Pix11 discussing the benefits of a fitness class party instead of one at a restaurant or bar!