No Photo Available

Last Update

2016-02-04T00:00:00.000Z

This profile was last updated on .

Is this you? Claim your profile.

Wrong Wendy Rose?

Ms. Wendy Rose

Direct Phone: (941) ***-****       

Email: w***@***.net

Get ZoomInfo Grow

+ Get 10 Free Contacts a Month

Please agree to the terms and conditions

I agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. I understand that I will receive a subscription to ZoomInfo Grow at no charge in exchange for downloading and installing the ZoomInfo Contact Contributor utility which, among other features, involves sharing my business contacts as well as headers and signature blocks from emails that I receive.

Sarasota County Sheriff's Office

1St Floor 2071 Ringling Blvd.

Sarasota, Florida 34237

United States

Company Description

Sarasota County Sheriff's Office-This site contains info on activities,events,arrests,warrants,gangs,cyber safety,inmate charge report,Sarasota 911. ... more

Find other employees at this company (79)

Background Information

Employment History

Community Affairs Manager

Sarasota County Government

Education

bachelor's degree

Mass Communications

University of South Florida

Web References (196 Total References)


Wendy ...

www.theledger.com [cached]

Wendy Rose

...
SARASOTA - Wendy Rose, who for seven years has served as the chief spokeswoman for the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office, has been forced to resign.
Rose, whose last day will be Friday, declined to comment for this story.
Col. Kurt Hoffman, the department's chief deputy, said of Rose's dismissal, "Wendy did an excellent job when she was here, but at the end of the day, it's in the best interests of the agency and the people we supervise."
...
According to a nine-page memo that Hoffman wrote as part of Rose's dismissal, Sheriff Tom Knight directed him to make inquiries about Johnston's resignation, as the department's media liaison office - which Rose oversaw - had a high turnover rate.
...
"The Sheriff expressed his concern that your leadership style may be negatively impacting this small workforce," Hoffman wrote in the memo written for Rose.
...
"The sheriff informed me that the constant turnover of employees in your office and the two above incidents have caused him to question his confidence in your management of the Media Liaison Office," Hoffman told Rose in the memo.
Hoffman interviewed 10 current and former members of Rose's office.
Accreditation manager Sarah Kenniff called Rose "demeaning."Kenniff told Hoffman a local TV station called Rose "one of the most difficult people to work with.
...
Susan Kiluk-Irwin said her employment with Rose was a "very, very negative experience," Hoffman's memo states.
...
Administrative assistant Meta Robinson told Hoffman, "If you are weak, you are going to be mowed down by Wendy.
...
In a three-page response, Rose wrote that she found Hoffman's memo "overwhelming."
"It certainly doesn't represent who I am or how I am regarded by most people with whom I interact elsewhere in the agency and outside of work," she wrote. "If the issues were brought to my attention at any time, I would have certainly addressed my behavior or any misunderstanding that strained these relationships."
Rose pointed out her accomplishments: a suite of social media, the department's Corporate SWAT Challenge and a retiree picnic.
...
Rose resigned that day, stating she was "immensely proud of everything that has been accomplished during my tenure."
Rose has appeared in more than 250 Herald-Tribune news stories since she joined the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office in June 2009.
Her starting salary was $62,000. On Friday, her ending salary will be $73,307.
According to her Sheriff's Office biography, Rose has "more than 20 years of experience in television news and media relations."
...
Wendy Rose
...
Wendy Rose
...
SARASOTA - Wendy Rose, who for seven years has served as the chief spokeswoman for the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office, has been forced to resign.Rose, whose last day will be Friday, declined to comment for this story.Col. Kurt Hoffman, the department's chief deputy, said of Rose's dismissal, "Wendy did an excellent job when she was here, but at the end of the day, it's in the best interests of the agency and the people we supervise."According to documents obtained by the Herald-Tribune, events began when Rose's assistant Kaitlyn Johnston, a "media relations specialist," resigned on Jan. 13. (Johnston has since withdrawn her resignation.)According to a nine-page memo that Hoffman wrote as part of Rose's dismissal, Sheriff Tom Knight directed him to make inquiries about Johnston's resignation, as the department's media liaison office - which Rose oversaw - had a high turnover rate.The office lost six people in six years."The Sheriff expressed his concern that your leadership style may be negatively impacting this small workforce," Hoffman wrote in the memo written for Rose.Knight told Hoffman of two recent personal incidents he had with Rose that caused concern.One involved a marijuana legalization forum, which Knight decided to attend but later skipped. "He indicated that your reaction to him changing his mind about attending the forum was inappropriate in that you stated by changing his mind it, 'made you look bad to the media,'" Hoffman wrote.The second incident involved Rose contacting Knight's wife to make changes to an opinion column that Knight had written."The sheriff informed me that the constant turnover of employees in your office and the two above incidents have caused him to question his confidence in your management of the Media Liaison Office," Hoffman told Rose in the memo.Hoffman interviewed 10 current and former members of Rose's office.Accreditation manager Sarah Kenniff called Rose "demeaning."Kenniff told Hoffman a local TV station called Rose "one of the most difficult people to work with."Media liaison Bryan Wagner told Hoffman there was a "two strikes and you're out" policy in the office.Susan Kiluk-Irwin said her employment with Rose was a "very, very negative experience," Hoffman's memo states."Irwin described many of her interactions with you as 'insulting' and always when there were 'no witnesses around," Hoffman wrote.Administrative assistant Meta Robinson told Hoffman, "If you are weak, you are going to be mowed down by Wendy."Former media liaison Jeffrey Blossom described the working environment as "less than human."In the conclusion of his memo, Hoffman found that Rose's office suffered from a "clear lack of direction in work assignments," a lack of professional interaction, a lack of compassion, a lack of respect toward co-workers and subordinates and, ultimately, a lack of leadership.He directed Rose to answer in writing "why reasonable grounds does not exist to request your resignation from the Sheriff's Office."In a three-page response, Rose wrote that she found Hoffman's memo "overwhelming.""It certainly doesn't represent who I am or how I am regarded by most people with whom I interact elsewhere in the agency and outside of work," she wrote. "If the issues were brought to my attention at any time, I would have certainly addressed my behavior or any misunderstanding that strained these relationships."Rose pointed out her accomplishments: a suite of social media, the department's Corporate SWAT Challenge and a retiree picnic.Her response wasn't enough for Hoffman.In a Feb. 2 memo, he told Rose that senior staff members were held to a higher standard."While you do admit some failures and dispute others, I believe reasonable cause does exist to request your resignation from the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office," he wrote.Rose resigned that day, stating she was "immensely proud of everything that has been accomplished during my tenure."Rose has appeared in more than 250 Herald-Tribune news stories since she joined the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office in June 2009.Her starting salary was $62,000. On Friday, her ending salary will be $73,307.According to her Sheriff's Office biography, Rose has "more than 20 years of experience in television news and media relations.""Her community affairs experience includes being part of a consumer investigative team and creating numerous public awareness campaigns," her bio states.She holds a bachelor's degree in mass communications from the University of South Florida, and has a graduate certificate in criminal justice from American Public University. Copyright 2016 TheLedger.com - All rights reserved. Restricted use only.


Sarasota Sheriff spokeswoman ...

www.heraldtribune.com [cached]

Sarasota Sheriff spokeswoman Wendy Rose addresses the media in a remote location in North Port on Oct. 15, 2015 about the death of infant Chance Walsh.

...
Wendy Rose, who for seven years has served as the chief spokeswoman for the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office, has been forced to resign.
Rose, whose last day will be Friday, declined to comment for this story.
Col. Kurt Hoffman, the department's chief deputy, said of Rose's dismissal, "Wendy did an excellent job when she was here, but at the end of the day it's in the best interests of the agency and the people we supervise."
...
According to a nine-page memo that Hoffman wrote as part of Rose's dismissal, Sheriff Tom Knight directed him to make inquiries about Johnston's resignation, as the department's media liaison office - which Rose oversaw - had a high turnover rate.
...
"The Sheriff expressed his concern that your leadership style may be negatively impacting this small workforce," Hoffman wrote in the memo written for Rose.
...
"The sheriff informed me that the constant turnover of employees in your office and the two above incidents have caused him to question his confidence in your management of the Media Liaison Office," Hoffman told Rose in the memo.
...
Kenniff told Hoffman a local TV station called Rose "one of the most difficult people to work with."
...
Susan Kiluk-Irwin said her employment with Rose was a "very, very negative experience," Hoffman's memo states.
...
Administrative assistant Meta Robinson told Hoffman, "If you are weak you are going to be mowed down by Wendy."
...
In a three-page response, Rose wrote that she found Hoffman's memo "overwhelming."
"It certainly doesn't represent who I am or how I am regarded by most people with whom I interact elsewhere in the agency and outside of work," she wrote. "If the issues were brought to my attention at any time, I would have certainly addressed my behavior or any misunderstanding that strained these relationships."
Rose pointed out her accomplishments: a suite of social media, the department's Corporate SWAT Challenge and a retiree picnic.
...
Rose resigned that day, stating she was "immensely proud of everything that has been accomplished during my tenure."
Widely quoted
Rose has appeared in more than 250 Herald-Tribune news stories since she joined the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office in June 2009.
Her starting salary was $62,000. On Friday, her ending salary will be $73,307.
According to her Sheriff's Office biography, Rose has "more than 20 years of experience in television news and media relations. "Her community affairs experience includes being part of a consumer investigative team and creating numerous public awareness campaigns," her bio states.
She holds a bachelor's degree in mass communications from the University of South Florida, and has a graduate certificate in criminal justice from American Public University.
Sarasota Sheriff's spokeswoman forced to resignBy Lee Williams Sarasota Sheriff spokeswoman Wendy Rose addresses the media in a remote location in North Port on Oct. 15, 2015 about the death of infant Chance... Sarasota Sheriff spokeswoman Wendy Rose addresses the media in a remote location in North Port on Oct. 15, 2015 about the death of infant Chance... HeraldTribune.comFebruary 10, 2016 4:23 PM Wendy Rose, who for seven years has served as the chief spokeswoman for the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office, has been forced to resign.Rose, whose last day will be Friday, declined to comment for this story.Col. Kurt Hoffman, the department's chief deputy, said of Rose's dismissal, "Wendy did an excellent job when she was here, but at the end of the day it's in the best interests of the agency and the people we supervise."According to documents obtained by the Herald-Tribune, events began when Rose's assistant Kaitlyn Johnston, a "media relations specialist," resigned on Jan. 13. (Johnston has since withdrawn her resignation.) According to a nine-page memo that Hoffman wrote as part of Rose's dismissal, Sheriff Tom Knight directed him to make inquiries about Johnston's resignation, as the department's media liaison office - which Rose oversaw - had a high turnover rate. Kurt Hoffman, the department's chief deputy, said of Rose's dismissal, "Wendy did an excellent job when she was here, but at the end of the day it's in the best interests of the agency and the people we supervise."According to documents obtained by the Herald-Tribune, events began when Rose's assistant Kaitlyn Johnston, a "media relations specialist," resigned on Jan. 13. (Johnston has since withdrawn her resignation.) According to a nine-page memo that Hoffman wrote as part of Rose's dismissal, Sheriff Tom Knight directed him to make inquiries about Johnston's resignation, as the department's media liaison office - which Rose oversaw - had a high turnover rate.
...
On Friday, her ending salary will be $73,307.According to her Sheriff's Office biography, Rose has "more than 20 years of experience in television news and media relations." "Her community affairs experience includes being part of a consumer investigative team and creating numerous public awareness campaigns," her bio states.She holds a bachelor's degree in mass communications from the University of South Florida, and has a graduate certificate in criminal justice from American Public University.  Copyright 2016 HeraldTribune.com - All rights reserved. Restricted use only.


Sarasota Sheriff spokeswoman ...

www.heraldtribune.com [cached]

Sarasota Sheriff spokeswoman Wendy Rose addresses the media in a remote location in North Port on Oct. 15, 2015 about the death of infant Chance Walsh.

...
Wendy Rose, who for seven years has served as the chief spokeswoman for the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office, has been forced to resign.
Rose, whose last day will be Friday, declined to comment for this story.
Col. Kurt Hoffman, the department's chief deputy, said of Rose's dismissal, "Wendy did an excellent job when she was here, but at the end of the day it's in the best interests of the agency and the people we supervise."
...
According to a nine-page memo that Hoffman wrote as part of Rose's dismissal, Sheriff Tom Knight directed him to make inquiries about Johnston's resignation, as the department's media liaison office - which Rose oversaw - had a high turnover rate.
...
"The Sheriff expressed his concern that your leadership style may be negatively impacting this small workforce," Hoffman wrote in the memo written for Rose.
...
"The sheriff informed me that the constant turnover of employees in your office and the two above incidents have caused him to question his confidence in your management of the Media Liaison Office," Hoffman told Rose in the memo.
...
Kenniff told Hoffman a local TV station called Rose "one of the most difficult people to work with."
...
Susan Kiluk-Irwin said her employment with Rose was a "very, very negative experience," Hoffman's memo states.
...
Administrative assistant Meta Robinson told Hoffman, "If you are weak you are going to be mowed down by Wendy."
...
In a three-page response, Rose wrote that she found Hoffman's memo "overwhelming."
"It certainly doesn't represent who I am or how I am regarded by most people with whom I interact elsewhere in the agency and outside of work," she wrote. "If the issues were brought to my attention at any time, I would have certainly addressed my behavior or any misunderstanding that strained these relationships."
Rose pointed out her accomplishments: a suite of social media, the department's Corporate SWAT Challenge and a retiree picnic.
...
Rose resigned that day, stating she was "immensely proud of everything that has been accomplished during my tenure."
Widely quoted
Rose has appeared in more than 250 Herald-Tribune news stories since she joined the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office in June 2009.
Her starting salary was $62,000. On Friday, her ending salary will be $73,307.
According to her Sheriff's Office biography, Rose has "more than 20 years of experience in television news and media relations. "Her community affairs experience includes being part of a consumer investigative team and creating numerous public awareness campaigns," her bio states.
She holds a bachelor's degree in mass communications from the University of South Florida, and has a graduate certificate in criminal justice from American Public University.
Sarasota Sheriff's spokeswoman forced to resignBy Lee Williams Sarasota Sheriff spokeswoman Wendy Rose addresses the media in a remote location in North Port on Oct. 15, 2015 about the death of infant Chance... Sarasota Sheriff spokeswoman Wendy Rose addresses the media in a remote location in North Port on Oct. 15, 2015 about the death of infant Chance... HeraldTribune.comFebruary 10, 2016 4:23 PM Wendy Rose, who for seven years has served as the chief spokeswoman for the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office, has been forced to resign.Rose, whose last day will be Friday, declined to comment for this story.Col. Kurt Hoffman, the department's chief deputy, said of Rose's dismissal, "Wendy did an excellent job when she was here, but at the end of the day it's in the best interests of the agency and the people we supervise."According to documents obtained by the Herald-Tribune, events began when Rose's assistant Kaitlyn Johnston, a "media relations specialist," resigned on Jan. 13. (Johnston has since withdrawn her resignation.) According to a nine-page memo that Hoffman wrote as part of Rose's dismissal, Sheriff Tom Knight directed him to make inquiries about Johnston's resignation, as the department's media liaison office - which Rose oversaw - had a high turnover rate. Kurt Hoffman, the department's chief deputy, said of Rose's dismissal, "Wendy did an excellent job when she was here, but at the end of the day it's in the best interests of the agency and the people we supervise."According to documents obtained by the Herald-Tribune, events began when Rose's assistant Kaitlyn Johnston, a "media relations specialist," resigned on Jan. 13. (Johnston has since withdrawn her resignation.) According to a nine-page memo that Hoffman wrote as part of Rose's dismissal, Sheriff Tom Knight directed him to make inquiries about Johnston's resignation, as the department's media liaison office - which Rose oversaw - had a high turnover rate.
...
On Friday, her ending salary will be $73,307.According to her Sheriff's Office biography, Rose has "more than 20 years of experience in television news and media relations." "Her community affairs experience includes being part of a consumer investigative team and creating numerous public awareness campaigns," her bio states.She holds a bachelor's degree in mass communications from the University of South Florida, and has a graduate certificate in criminal justice from American Public University.  Copyright 2016 HeraldTribune.com - All rights reserved. Restricted use only.


Sarasota Sheriff spokeswoman ...

www.heraldtribune.com [cached]

Sarasota Sheriff spokeswoman Wendy Rose addresses the media in a remote location in North Port on Oct. 15, 2015 about the death of infant Chance Walsh.

...
Wendy Rose, who for seven years has served as the chief spokeswoman for the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office, has been forced to resign.
Rose, whose last day will be Friday, declined to comment for this story.
Col. Kurt Hoffman, the department's chief deputy, said of Rose's dismissal, "Wendy did an excellent job when she was here, but at the end of the day it's in the best interests of the agency and the people we supervise."
...
According to a nine-page memo that Hoffman wrote as part of Rose's dismissal, Sheriff Tom Knight directed him to make inquiries about Johnston's resignation, as the department's media liaison office - which Rose oversaw - had a high turnover rate.
...
"The Sheriff expressed his concern that your leadership style may be negatively impacting this small workforce," Hoffman wrote in the memo written for Rose.
...
"The sheriff informed me that the constant turnover of employees in your office and the two above incidents have caused him to question his confidence in your management of the Media Liaison Office," Hoffman told Rose in the memo.
...
Kenniff told Hoffman a local TV station called Rose "one of the most difficult people to work with."
...
Susan Kiluk-Irwin said her employment with Rose was a "very, very negative experience," Hoffman's memo states.
...
Administrative assistant Meta Robinson told Hoffman, "If you are weak you are going to be mowed down by Wendy."
...
In a three-page response, Rose wrote that she found Hoffman's memo "overwhelming."
"It certainly doesn't represent who I am or how I am regarded by most people with whom I interact elsewhere in the agency and outside of work," she wrote. "If the issues were brought to my attention at any time, I would have certainly addressed my behavior or any misunderstanding that strained these relationships."
Rose pointed out her accomplishments: a suite of social media, the department's Corporate SWAT Challenge and a retiree picnic.
...
Rose resigned that day, stating she was "immensely proud of everything that has been accomplished during my tenure."
Widely quoted
Rose has appeared in more than 250 Herald-Tribune news stories since she joined the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office in June 2009.
Her starting salary was $62,000. On Friday, her ending salary will be $73,307.
According to her Sheriff's Office biography, Rose has "more than 20 years of experience in television news and media relations. "Her community affairs experience includes being part of a consumer investigative team and creating numerous public awareness campaigns," her bio states.
She holds a bachelor's degree in mass communications from the University of South Florida, and has a graduate certificate in criminal justice from American Public University.
Sarasota Sheriff's spokeswoman forced to resignBy Lee Williams Sarasota Sheriff spokeswoman Wendy Rose addresses the media in a remote location in North Port on Oct. 15, 2015 about the death of infant Chance... Sarasota Sheriff spokeswoman Wendy Rose addresses the media in a remote location in North Port on Oct. 15, 2015 about the death of infant Chance... HeraldTribune.comFebruary 10, 2016 4:23 PM Wendy Rose, who for seven years has served as the chief spokeswoman for the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office, has been forced to resign.Rose, whose last day will be Friday, declined to comment for this story.Col. Kurt Hoffman, the department's chief deputy, said of Rose's dismissal, "Wendy did an excellent job when she was here, but at the end of the day it's in the best interests of the agency and the people we supervise."According to documents obtained by the Herald-Tribune, events began when Rose's assistant Kaitlyn Johnston, a "media relations specialist," resigned on Jan. 13. (Johnston has since withdrawn her resignation.) According to a nine-page memo that Hoffman wrote as part of Rose's dismissal, Sheriff Tom Knight directed him to make inquiries about Johnston's resignation, as the department's media liaison office - which Rose oversaw - had a high turnover rate. Kurt Hoffman, the department's chief deputy, said of Rose's dismissal, "Wendy did an excellent job when she was here, but at the end of the day it's in the best interests of the agency and the people we supervise."According to documents obtained by the Herald-Tribune, events began when Rose's assistant Kaitlyn Johnston, a "media relations specialist," resigned on Jan. 13. (Johnston has since withdrawn her resignation.) According to a nine-page memo that Hoffman wrote as part of Rose's dismissal, Sheriff Tom Knight directed him to make inquiries about Johnston's resignation, as the department's media liaison office - which Rose oversaw - had a high turnover rate.
...
On Friday, her ending salary will be $73,307.According to her Sheriff's Office biography, Rose has "more than 20 years of experience in television news and media relations." "Her community affairs experience includes being part of a consumer investigative team and creating numerous public awareness campaigns," her bio states.She holds a bachelor's degree in mass communications from the University of South Florida, and has a graduate certificate in criminal justice from American Public University.  Copyright 2016 HeraldTribune.com - All rights reserved. Restricted use only.


Sheriff’s Staff

www.sarasotasheriff.org [cached]

Wendy Rose

...
Wendy Rose
Wendy Rose joined the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office in 2009 as Community Affairs Manager, and as such, also serves as the agency's Media Liaison. Ms. Rose has more than 20 years of experience in television news and media relations. Her community affairs experience includes being part of a consumer investigative team and creating numerous public awareness campaigns. Ms. Rose has a bachelor's degree in Mass Communications from the University of South Florida and a graduate certificate in Criminal Justice from American Public University.

Similar Profiles

Other People with this Name

Other people with the name Rose

Frank Rose
Keegan Alexander

Heather Rose
UnitedHealthcare

Lisa Rose
VON Canada

Mark Rose
Harrison Sands Ltd

Michael Rose
Ferrandino & Son Inc

City Directory Icon

Browse ZoomInfo's Business Contact Directory by City

People Directory Icon

Browse ZoomInfo's
Business People Directory

Company Directory Icon

Browse ZoomInfo's
Advanced Company Directory