Marianne Rosen, the high school’s speech and debate coach, has just earned distinction as a first diamond coach in the National Forensic League. J. Scott Wunn, Executive Director of the National Forensic League, sent Marianne a letter announcing this distinction. Under Marianne’s instruction, Chaminade students have earned more than 15,000 credit points through speech and debate presentations, competition, and service. The National Forensic League national office has added Marianne’s name to the select list of coaches who have earned diamonds for their NFL keys and a certificate will be presented to Marianne at the national tournament. A press release will be forthcoming from the NFL announcing the newest diamond coaches, and Marianne’s name will also be featured in Rostrum magazine as a new diamond coach.