After graduating from the ICA and Ballet School of Norma Garcia with a Bachelor in Art and mention to Classic Ballet, Rosa Acosta joined the Dominican Nacional Ballet. She became known as the the youngest soloist member in 2002, which was an amazing feat. The physical ability and studies needed to compete at such a level are not typically grasped by someone that was Rosa Acosta’s age.
More than a ballet dancer, Rosa Acosta was nominated twice by the Secretaria de Estado de la Juventud for her work in the category of Cultural Development. Her accomplishments in community were deemed admirable by the Dominican Republic officials.
Rosa Acosta officially began modeling in 2004. Her first jobs was work featured in magazines and on television networks for prestigious DR businesses. In 2006, her modeling career was strong enough to attract international attention in neighboring country, the United States. Acosta moved to the US receiving work instantly and building a buzz in the industry fast.
As of 2010, Rosa Acosta is well-known in Hip-Hop music and urban culture. She’s been featured on covers of magazines, held radio and video interviews, and appeared in various television segments. In fact, Rosa Acosta is debated by some to be the most known model of 2009-2010 as her demand and market points have sky rocketed.