Rosalie was born September 18, 1960, the daughter of Hans Kramm (HOF2008), a graduate of Helix High School, Valedictorian of Rutledge College School of Business. She became a California Certified Shorthand Reporter in 1981 and founded her own Court Reporting company
Introduced to Soccer Officiating in 1973, by her father. At the age of 15, Rosalie began officiating Sunday men’s games, as a Linesman at Robb Field and the Border Field in San Ysidro. Rosalie refereed youth games every Saturday and men’s games every Sunday. She refereed high school games starting at the age of 16 four days a week including CIF finals.
At the age of 17, Rosalie was invited to referee college games and was chosen to be a Linesman at NCAA Championship games at UCSD. She refereed Surf Cup Championship games, Arizona State Cup Finals, National Women’s Championship at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado.
Youth Soccer, California State Cup and National Cup games for every division 1983 – 2003; High School Soccer, multiple Championships 1986 -2003; North American Soccer League 1987 – 1991, including 1989 Soccer Bowl League Championship; Major Indoor Soccer League, first female professional referee 1988 – 1994, Continental Indoor Soccer League 1993.
San Diego Soccer Referee Association Board 1989; South Bay Referee Trainer 2000 – present; College/Life advisor for young referees with SoCal South Soccer 2013 – present.
San Diego Sports Hall of Champions for 100 Most Influential People in Soccer In 2016 Rosalie was inducted into the California Soccer Hall of Fame.