GARY R. ROSE
405 Second Street #3R
Jersey City, NJ 07302
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, HYDE PARK COMMUNICATIONS, New York, NY (10/2000 – present).
Manage New York office of boutique communications firm and coordinate HIV, regulatory and
reimbursement issues. Clients include Hoffmann-La Roche (Accutane, HIV, HCV, Public Policy &
Government Affairs, TAEP Project), Pfizer (International HIV issues), Title II Community AIDS National
Network, ADAP Working Groups and Bristol-Myers Squibb (TAEP Project, community affairs,
government affairs and reimbursement).
VICE PRESIDENT, ISSUESPHERE, New York, NY. (5/97-9/2000)
Manage public affairs agency’s HIV, reimbursement and regulatory practices. Duties include regulatory
relations (FDA, HCFA, HRSA, UNAIDS, HHS, various state agencies), community relations, media
relations, project management and policy analysis. Clients include:
The Title II Community AIDS National Network (manager, Treatment Access Expansion Project
(TAEP); Acting Director of Public Policy; Public Relations Chair of the ADAP Working Group);
Hoffmann-LaRoche Public Policy and Government Affairs, (TAEP, regulatory and reimbursement
counsel on HIV, HCV, dermatology, diagnostics and opportunistic infections; “HIV 2000,,”a
comprehensive analysis of HIV treatment access, treatment research and politics)
Bristol-Myers Squibb Reimbursement, Policy and Community Affairs, (TAEP; regulatory,
reimbursement and community affairs counsel on HIV, Secure the Future community affairs
Pfizer (DiFlucan contribution program, political counsel)
The National Minority AIDS Council.
Former clients included
Kaiser Family Foundation (The ADAP Monitoring Report, general counsel),
APP (reimbursement counsel),
Ortho-Biotech (community education and reimbursement counsel)
COVANCE (development of the first comprehensive community education program under FDA’s
“waiver of informed consent” regulations).
DuPont (Sustiva regulatory strategy and execution);;
TREATMENT AND RESEARCH COORDINATOR, AIDS ACTION COUNCIL, Washington, DC.
Advocacy in Congress, with the administration and with federal agencies on research into, and the
development of, regulation of and provision of treatments for HIV disease. Management of
communication issues concerning treatment, research and access to treatments. Administrator,
Patients' Coalition for Responsible FDA Reform; Co-Founder, Coordinating Committee (Public Relations
Chair), ADAP Working Group; NORA Research and International Issues Working Groups; .USPHS
Committee for the creation of the Guidelines for the Use of Antiretroviral Agents in HIV-Infected Adults
and Adolescents (5/95 to 5/97.)
DIRECTOR OF FEDERAL AFFAIRS, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PEOPLE WITH AIDS,
Federal representative for national group representing the interests of people living with or affected by HIV
in Congress, administration and the federal agencies. Co-Chair, National Organizations Responding to
AIDS (NORA); Steering Committee, Prevention Action Group; National HIV Immigration Work Group. In
addition, organizational counsel for impact litigation, public policy and grassroots activites. (6/93-5/95)
CONSULTANT, NATIONAL PEDIATRIC HIV RESOURCE CENTER, Washington, DC.
Policy analyst and congressional representative for children, youth and families affected by HIV. (10/92-
Chair, Public Policy Committee, Title II Community AIDS National Network, Washington, DC.
Coordinate policy for national organization representing the needs of service providers and clients
dependant on programs funded under Title II of the Ryan White CARE Act. (6/97-present)
Executive Committee, AIDS Treatment Data Network, New York, NY
Fiscal and development oversight for national treatment education organization. (9/97 –present)
President, HIV Community Coalition, Washington, DC.
Fiscal, public policy, and development oversight for group representing the needs of the HIV-infected in
the Washington, DC EMA. (1/95-10/97)
Director, Consulting Attorney, AIDS Center of Queens County, Queens, NY.
Development and implementation of client service and community service programs for the largest AIDS
service organization in Queens, NY. Also, provision of estate planning, custody agreements, and
representation before governmental organizations for Center clients. (1/92-10/93.)
CUNY Law School at Queens College, Flushing, NY. J.D.
Areas of specialized study included AIDS law, Native American law, immigration law and international
relations. Editor-in-Chief, ILSA Journal of International Law. Admitted to the New York Bar in 1991.
University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA. (9/78-5/81.)
Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA. (9/76-9/77.)
Northeastern University, Boston, MA. B.S. Theater, 1975.
Honors: Dean's List (1974-75), Magna Cum Laude.
Writing Sample and References Available Upon Request