Rosie is a sparkly, intelligent, cheeky and likeable nutritionist and entrepreneur - energetic and on the pulse, with a modern take on food and nutrition
She has a unique way of communicating information in healthy, digestible chunks and always with her signature sense of humour, making her the ideal choice to educate people (both little and large) on the importance of practising a healthy daily diet.
In 2011, she completed her Advanced Diploma in Nutritional Medicine at the Australian College of Natural Therapies, giving her the background she needed to chase her dream of making nutrition education simple and fun.
Her goal is simple - to help the next generation wade through the mountains of nutritional fads and bad advice they’ve been given and instead teach them the facts of what they actually need to know about food and their health.
Recognising that children are open to learning about food from the age of five, she is driven by a passion to positively impact children’s health.
She believes that with the right role models and the proper support, parents and the community can help guide children to choose to be healthy and in doing so create a real movement of change in our attitudes towards health.
British born, she now lives beachside in Manly, spending her downtime gliding on her precious longboard, discovering new food trends, and running along the coastline.
Rosie writes regularly for The Cusp, is a regular contributor to various online and print publications including NineMSN and Foxtel Lifestyle and has appeared in the kitchen cooking up healthy treats for Channel 10’s Everyday Gourmet. She is also an Ambassador for Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution.
An engaging television presenter with a skill for entertaining and an uncanny ability to make people feel comfortable and happy, Rosie is ambitious, charming and downright hilarious, and has an energy and zest for life that is infectious.
Rosie is available for presenting and writing opportunities, keynote speaking and cooking demonstrations.