She has experience with corporate and crisis communications, particularly in the field of issues management and science communications.
During her time at Kekst CNC, Rosie has focused on corporate and crisis communications for a range of clients. She has worked on a number of large corporate mandates involving issues management and internal communications.
Prior to joining Kekst CNC, Rosie gained international experience working at a creative start-up in Lagos, Nigeria, where she was responsible for marketing and business development. She has also completed internships in Ghana and Benin in the responsible apparel industry, where she gained experience in project management and corporate responsibility.
Rosie has a BA (Hons) from the University of Cambridge, where she read Geography. During her studies, Rosie studied a broad range of topics, specializing in resource management, food politics and environmental science.
Q&A with Rosie
Describe yourself in three words.
Positive, driven and enthusiastic.
What does success look like to you?
In the long term, being able to use communications to solve the big issues we’re facing in society. Short term, delivering the best work I can day-to-day.
What is the area of expertise in which you really stand out?
I’m most interested in science and innovation, and the ways in which clients can best communicate their work. This involves understanding the scientific details, working out why it matters and then communicating this to people in a way that is meaningful and makes sense.
What are you passionate about?
The outdoors. I love exploring the coastline in a kayak. There’s nothing that I enjoy more than getting on the sea after a morning cup of coffee.
What digital platforms do you actively use?
I’m currently most active on Facebook, however I feel the move away from this platform to more authentic and visual channels such as Instagram. It feels more personal and relevant to me as an individual.