Roslin is grateful to Nosotros for holding space for her “ethnically ambiguous” Latinx experience, and aims to continue this effort as Director of Outreach.
An LA-based actor from Iowa, she previously worked as a correspondent for the United States Senate, and utilizes her political understanding to bridge the gap between policy and human experience through storytelling. She believes storytelling is the most powerful tool to spread truth, empathy, and understanding.
In this spirit, she co-wrote and starred in a theatrical piece about women in the stripping industry, “The Sacred Obscene”, which premiered in London and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Additionally, she was a lead in the all-Native cast of “But That’s Not Love”, which addressed the systemic problem of missing and murdered Indigenous women on U.S. reservations. Currently, she is producing and directing a documentary about the sacred plant medicines of Peru titled, “Medicina”. She holds an MFA in Acting from East 15 Acting School, London.