Rosado has an extensive history in law enforcement, including being among the first police officers to respond to the attack on 9/11. After relocating to Orlando, Rosado has served as an advocate for many underrepresented populations, including the Latino, LGBTQ+, and first responder communities. After the Pulse tragedy, she provided culturally competent and bilingual mental health services and support to survivors and victims’ families, as well as training to local officials. In addition, she assisted with the transitioning of Puerto Rican refugees to Central Florida after Hurricane Maria. Nancy holds a Master’s in Social Work from Fordham University with a specialization in suicide prevention and traumatic stress and worked as a professor at Florida Technical College, where she taught Criminal Justice, and as a social worker at the Children’s Arts and Science Workshops in New York.