350th anniversary of Rhode Island's "lively experiment" in religious freedom
Roseanna S. Gorham holds B. S. and M.Ed. from Rhode Island College. She has 15 years experience as a special education at the elementary, secondary and adult levels. Roseanna served as president of the Greene Public Library, and was Rhode Island Chairman of the Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route (W3R-RI), as well as the national W3R board. As chair of W3R-RI, she helped a organize a symposium “France and the American Revolution” at the John Carter Brown library at Brown University in 2005. She also led and coordinated all aspects of the “Landing of the French” celebration in Newport in 2005, featuring David McCullough and French Ambassador to the United States David Levitte. Roseanna lives in Greene Rhode Island with her husband former State Representative Nicholas Gorham and their two children.