Meet Stephanie Rose
By Stephanie Woodrow | October 20, 2021 1:38 pm

Stephanie Rose

Stephanie Rose

Stephanie Rose (University of Iowa, University of Iowa College of Law) is nominated to replace  Matt Dummermuth as  the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Iowa.

Her vitals:

  • Born in Topeka, Kan., in 1972.
  • Has worked in the U.S. Attorney’s office for the Northern District of Iowa since May 1997. She has served as a student law clerk, special Assistant U.S. Attorney and currently is the district’s deputy criminal chief.
  • Graded standardized English essay tests for schools while working at National Computer Systems Pearson from March 1997 to May 1997.
  • Clerked for Bradley & Riley, P.C. in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, during the summer of 1997.
  • Worked as a teaching assistant at the University of Iowa School of Journalism and Mass Communications from February 1996 to May 1996.
  • Was a staff writer for the Globe Gazette in Mason City, Iowa, from 1989 to 1991 and freelanced for the Globe Gazette and Daily Iowan in Iowa City, Iowa.
  • Has tried 33 cases to verdict, 20 of which she was sole counsel on, eight of which she was chief counsel on and five of which she was associate counsel on.

Click here for her full Senate Judiciary Committee questionnaire.

UPDATE: On her Senate Judiciary financial disclosure Rose reports assets of $306,100 and liabilities of $178,000, for a net worth of $128,100. Her liabilities include secured notes payable to banks, a mortgage and student loans.

Rose on her Office of Government Ethics disclosure reports student loans debt of $15,001- $50,000, but does not report any other liabilities. Under her assets she does not report her real estate.

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