Rev. Rosemary Koomson

AKA: Lady Rev. Rosie Noah


  • Co-Founder/Co-Owner and President of Trem Records & JM Promotions (TRJM)

  • Founder of Throne Room Experience Ministries (TREM)

  • Praise & Worship Leader

  • Song writer

  • International Gospel Recording Artist


Family & Career

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Co-Founder/Co-Owner and President of Trem Records, Rev. Rosemary Koomson, A.K.A. Lady Rev. Rosie Noah, is a dynamic and ordained preacher of the gospel, empowerment speaker, mentor, entrepreneur, song writer and an upcoming International Gospel music recording artist.  A Hopsan; an alumna of Holy Child School, Cape Coast, GH and an alumna and LEADS Scholar from James Madison University (JMU), Virginia, USA, Rev. Rosie is a well oiled soul in business, ministry and music. 


A visionary at heart, Rev. Rosie partnered with Rev. Joe Mens to open Trem Records to produce gospel music artists. She is a Human Resources and Business Management Consultant by profession.  Rev. Rosie is the CEO of Tremconsult Business Services, Founder & President of T.R.E.M (A music outreach and training ministry), Pro-Chancellor and President of DCI Bible Institute, President of DCI Ministerial Network, Co-Founder and Co-Pastor of Destiny Changers International.  Her business savvy skills, knowledge and experience has won the admiration of many, to whom she is a mentor.  Her newest addition to the tall list of her accomplishments is a media personality for the DCI Network TV


Pas Rosie's love for music was nurtured at a very young age by her mother, who listened and exposed her to different genres of music.  This has influenced her greatly in her music ministry and song writing.  Pastor Rosie, as affectionately called, has been a praise and worship leader from her youthful years.  She established Throne Room Experience Ministries (TREM), a Christian music outreach ministry which held annual praise and worship programs in Cincinnati, OH from 2009 through 2013 and in Accra, Ghana in 2012 with other local artists such as Pastor Dzifa, Francis Amo, Joe Mettle, MOG (Pas. Nana Yaw Boakye) among others. 


Pastor Rosie took a five year break from 2014 through 2019 from her TREM music programs to focus on writing over 40 songs and recording three gospel albums with Rev. Joe Mens, which are yet to be completed and launched.  Thus, giving her a better and bigger platform to promote her music ministry.