Rosen’s Total CommitmentWe’re pleased to introduce Rosen’s Total Commitment – A dedication to the highest standards of cleanliness, safety, and well-being for our guests and associates.
This virtual tour of Rosen Centre, guided by Susan Caronia (Director of Rosen Standards) and Jonathan Rivera (Director of Safety Services), showcases some of the recently implemented safety measures at our eight Orlando hotels. We look forward to welcoming you back soon!
WESH Rosen Plaza News Segment
Adam Rosen Foundation hosts Bubble & Bow Ties to help fight cancerTrisha Rosen sits down with News 6 at Nine to explain how the Adam Rosen Foundation is getting results for cancer patients and their families.
Inside Central Florida: Jack's PlaceInside Central Florida meets with Harris Rosen at Jack's Place for Orlando's Magical Dining Month.
Harris Rosen and the Groundbreaking Tangelo Park ProjectHarris Rosen has been a key player and innovator in the hotel industry for decades. But he's also a social innovator. Twenty years ago, he began the Tangelo Park Project. Rosen "adopted" a Florida neighborhood struggling with drugs and crime. He set up pre-school centers throughout the neighborhood using residents who were trained and equipped for early childhood education. Every child attends for free. And every child who graduates from high school and is accepted by a college or vocational school has their tuition paid 100%. The results have been dramatic. High school graduation rates, which had been below 50%, have been near 100% for years. And college graduation rates are approaching 80%. Crime is down 65%. So why is no one using this idea elsewhere?
Harris Rosen and Tangelo Park on TODAYOver 20 years, Harris Rosen, a self-made philanthropist paid for daycare for all parents and paid state college full tuition for every high school gradate in the devastated neighborhood of Tangelo park. The result?
Crime was cut in half, the high school graduation rate went from 25% to almost 100% and property values quadrupled.
Harris Rosen, President & COO of Rosen Hotels & Resorts, on giving back and achieving goalsHarris Rosen, President & COO of Rosen Hotels & Resorts, on giving back to the community and working hard to achieve any goal.
Harris Rosen '61, President & COO of Rosen Hotels and ResortsHarris Rosen '61 gave the Dean's Distinguished Lecture at the Cornell School of Hotel Administration on October 31, 2014. In this DDLS conversation, Mr. Rosen talks about what leadership is all about, how education levels the playing field, and his experience of getting fired from Disney.
American Graduate Day 2015: Harris Rosen - Tangelo ParkSee how businessman and hotelier Harris Rosen is turning around a Central Florida community with an investment in education.
Harris Rosen Honoring HMRECHarris Rosen Honoring HMREC
Harris Rosen was born and raised in a low-income area of lower east side Manhattan. His parents instilled in him at a young age that they don’t have to live in that way and that education would get him there. As a young man, he served in the army for a few years and attended college where he earned a bachelor’s degree from Cornell University in Hotel Administration. He purchased his first hotel in 1974, using all of his savings for a down payment on a 256-room Quality Inn. He now owns multiple popular hotels and resorts in the heart of Orlando’s tourism district, including the Rosen Centre, a popular meeting and convention hotel right on International Drive.
As impressive as his work history is, his philanthropic heart is what sets this hotel mogul above the rest. In the early 1990’s, Mr. Rosen had his epiphany, a voice encouraging him to give back for all that he had received in life. In addition to the successful hospitality school he donated to the University of Central Florida, he then decided to start a program in the low-income Tangelo Park area to encourage the value that got him to where he is today: education.
By offering free preschool, parenting classes, and post high school programs including vocational and technical training as well as paying for the students’ college, he has helped the area grow prosperous. Not only has the crime rate in the area dropped by 60%, but the elementary is now a grade-A school and the high school graduation rate is up to near 100%. Harris Rosen also believes that education needs encouragement beyond the walls of a school. His participation in the support of the Holocaust Center of Florida shows just that. “There should be a holocaust facility in every community in the United States. A gentle reminder that horrible things happened and are capable of happening again.” -Harris Rosen
Smart Meetings - The Rosen Hotels Culture and PhilosophyHarris Rosen and several general managers for Rosen Hotels speak to the importance of the Rosen culture, philosophy and mission that comprise the Rosen difference.
WHCC18 Interview Zone with Rosen Hotels & ResortsIn the WHCC18 Interview Zone with Mabel Jong (@mabeljong) at the 15th Annual World Health Care Congress, April 29 - May 2, 2018 in Washington, DC:
Founder and President
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Kenneth Aldridge Jr.
Director, Health Services
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Director, Risk Management
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