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Introducing All Aboard Ohio's New Board Chair: Erin Rosiello

In her third year with All Aboard Ohio (AAO), Erin brings experience ranging from VP of Marketing for a regional retail chain, radio and television sales and management, to Business Development for national and international corporations (ADP/Paychex). She has been afforded diverse training and experiences that she hopes to incorporate into her work with All Aboard Ohio (AAO) as a board member and newly elected Chair.

Her work in marketing, sales, and as a civil servant for the state of Ohio’s Bureau of Workers’ Comp (BWC) sharpened her skills and ability to serve by learning to provide complex information to employers in simplified terms. As a Regional Manager for the BWC for Southwest Ohio, she was responsible for the education and direction of all Southwest Ohio employers, and local and state governments, helping them navigate the Ohio Workers’ Comp System and acting as a liaison to the Administrator of the BWC. During her work as a civil servant, she forged critical relationships with businesses, local governments, and state governments to help all involved parties better understand BWC programs and strategies to help manage workers’ compensation premiums, allowing her to hear and understand the needs of Ohio employers.

Erin Rosiello was born and raised in southwest Ohio and resides in Maineville with Pat and Nicole, their daughter. A career in sales, marketing, civil service, and entrepreneurship has prepared her to be a creative problem-solver, negotiator, and business leader. Erin attended both Miami of Ohio and graduated from Muskingum University, attending both on-track and cross-country scholarships. She has been involved in her community as a Clermont 20/20 Leadership Graduate, an OSU Certified Public Manager Graduate, a founding member of Cincinnati East Side Rotary, a graduate of the Miami Township’s Citizens Police Academy, and has run for Township Trustee and State Representative. She is also active as a volunteer in her community.

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