Spring Rosati was raised in California, eventually moving to Colorado where she owned and operated two licensed daycare facilities that served 150 families and over 300 children. In Colorado, she was the South Regional President of Junior Chamber of Commerce and President of the Rocky Mountain Jaycee Chapter, President of the NCOA Academy (Gladys Ross Auxiliary- Air Force Academy Chapter), and coordinator for Pikes Peak Regional Family Childcare Association.
Spring continued her community leadership involvement when she moved to Georgia, with the Marshallville Women's League, Marshallville Downtown Development Authority, NAACP Macon County Branch, Georgia Adult Literacy Advocates (GALA), Certified Literate Community Participant (CLCP) State Board Member, and the Literacy Council of Macon County, Inc.
Spring and her husband John restored the historic train depot in Marshallville, Georgia as Rosati's Depot Restaurant and Gift Shop, and as owner and operator from 2007-2010 developed a countywide summer program for the youth of Macon County and surrounding counties.
She currently is a Financial Representative for Modern Woodmen of America, a Financial Insurance Counselor, a CASA Board Member for Houston County, Georgia, a National Child Passenger Safety Certified Technician, and Operations Manager for Warner Robins Transit.