Based in London, Rosie works with businesses to improve the outcomes of their sustainability initiatives. She enjoys researching and analysing complex environmental and social issues and communicating them clearly to clients and other stakeholders.
Since joining SustainAbility in 2018, she has produced and contributed to materiality assessments, bespoke research outputs, stakeholder engagement processes, thought-leadership content and trends briefings for clients in a range of sectors. She co-authored a report for 2030Vision on Artificial Intelligence and the Sustainable Development Goals.
Prior to joining SustainAbility, Rosie held a variety of roles in the energy and communications teams of the UK’s Government Office for Science, helping to inform policies with the best science and evidence. During this time, she led the production of several animations and public events on energy for the Government’s Chief Scientific Adviser, and supported science and business leaders as part of the secretariat for the Prime Minister’s most senior science and technology council.
Before joining government, Rosie also spent 4 years creating science and nature documentaries as a senior researcher at the BBC and other companies. Advising Sir David Attenborough on a BAFTA-nominated, 3D series about the evolution of animal flight was a particular highlight.
Rosie has an MA in Biological Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge and has spent time in developing countries as a volunteer marine research assistant and maths teacher. In her spare time, she loves to run, hike, and garden her local community ‘patch’.