Dr. Rosado's research interests include cyberpsychology, education in cybersecurity, Legal Anthropology, diversity training, digital identity, medical tourism, domestic violence, Afro-Brazilian religion, native epistemology, gender inequality, ethnic identity, body modification and the symbolic nature of beauty.
She positions herself as a womanist and digital anthropologist who studies the digital landscape of concepts relating to race, gender, and education in the African Diaspora.
Hair and Identity Among Women of African Descent
Florida A&M University
B.S. in Political Science and Human Resource Management
Mapping the Social and Digital Threat Landscape for Cyberterrorism
Theorizing Race in the Diaspora
Cultivating Technological Competence in Diverse Communities
Vanderbilt University Law School
University of Florida
MA and Ph.D. Cultural Anthropology with an emphasis in Sociology and a certificate in Women's Studies
Norfolk State University
M.S. in Cybersecurity
Emphasis on Cybersecurity Education and Psychology