Beth Rosner works as a Senior Advisor for the AAAS Executive Office on a variety of organizational, management and financial issues across the AAAS organization, and currently is a member of the AAAS leadership team. She also served as the Interim Director for the Science Technology and Policy Fellowship (STPF) program.
For 25 years, she served as Publisher of Science Magazine and Director for the Office of Publishing and Member Services at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). In this position she was responsible for AAAS membership and all aspects of publishing Science, both in the US and overseas, including finance, marketing, online site licensing, ad sales, rights and permissions, development of new revenue streams and subscriptions. During her tenure, she developed programs that expanded the reach of Science magazine around the world, in particular the launch and growth of Science Online. She also helped create several new scholarly publications including Science Translational Medicine and the open access title, Science Advances.
She has both a Master's and Bachelor's degree from Johns Hopkins University and a graduate certificate in administration and management from Harvard University Extension.