Kelly Rosenblatt

Associate Manager, Digital and Editorial Content

Kelly Rosenblatt is an Associate Manager of Digital and Editorial Content at the U.S. Chamber. She graduated from the College of Charleston in 2019 where she studied Communication and Spanish.

Previously, Kelly worked as an intern at the U.S. Chamber for two summers. She also held internships at College Media Network, a student-run online publication, and ByrdHouse PR, a public relations firm in Charleston, SC. Additionally, Kelly served as a Charleston Wine + Food Fellow where she assisted in building a strategic messaging campaign for the 2019 Charleston Wine + Food festival.

Kelly Grew up in Austin, Texas where she was surrounded by good food and even better music. Her passion for language and international cuisine brought her to Seville, Spain for five months. There, she learned the impact something as simple as a shared meal can have on internal growth and interpersonal communication skills.

Latest Content


Pride Month Spotlight: Pia Carusone, CEO & Founder, Republic Restoratives 

We interviewed Pia Carusone of Republic Restoratives to learn more about how she fosters inclusivity in the American distilling community.

Pride Month Spotlight: Jamie Leeds, Chef and Restauranteur, Hank’s Oyster Bar & Jamie Leeds Restaurant Group 

Like many food-centric cities across the country, the lifeblood of the food and beverage industry in Washington, D.C. is increasingly dependent on neighborhood  hot spots –the places where D.C. residents can enjoy a familiar meal or a cocktail from a friendly face in our big town. Jamie Leeds, chef and restauranteur behind Hank’s Oyster Bar and Jamie Leads Restaurant Group can – and should – be credited with laying the groundwork for the restaurant landscape in D.C. today.  

Homepage Hero: Beau Shell, CEO and Owner of Lil Ice Cream Dude's Cool World Ice Cream Shop

Beau Shell, CEO & Owner of Lil Ice Cream Dude's Cool World, breaks down how he launched an ice cream business from scratch--at 8 years old.

Rise of E-Scooters Reinforces Need for U.S. Infrastructure Investment 

E-scooters are crucial to public transit as an alternative mode of transportation. But to keep them around, we need better infrastructure.

Government, Industry Leaders Convene at Talent Forward to Discuss Expanding, Strengthening U.S. Workforce

Denis McDonough and Brianna Keiler discuss the American workforce at the U.S. Chamber Foundation's Talent Forward event.

China Tariffs are Stifling this New Jersey-based Small Business

Premise Martin's company PediLicious Footwear has seen major growth since she launched in 2017, but tariffs are threatening her U.S. sales.

New Tariff on Chinese Imports Could be a Nightmare for American Businesses, Consumers

Reaching a fair trading relationship with China is crucial, but the cost of tariffs almost always fall to American businesses and families.

USMCA Momentum Growing as Congress Heads Home for August Recess

Momentum for USMCA's passage is growing as industry leaders come together to emphasize its importance for businesses, workers, and families.

Democratic Debate: With Spotlight on Detroit, a Look at the Motor City Business Community’s Local Impact

Entrepreneurs, employers, and executives are stepping up to create opportunities for and enrich the lives of Detroit residents.

Businesses Provide Tips for Health, Wellness in the Workplace

Companies are taking a more holistic approach to making sure employees are happy and healthy outside of standard health care plans.