Rosie is a commercially astute leader with over 25 years’ experience as a Chartered Surveyor in the Property Sector and holds an MBA from the Open University. She has in-depth knowledge in third sector strategic development, with particular strengths in building relationships, fundraising and business consultancy, having previously held senior positions at high profile organisations including The Prince’s Regeneration Trust (PRT) and homeless charity, Emmaus.

Rosie’s career began in Scotland in rural estate management, rising to lead Rural Partner at Bidwells Property Consultants for strategic projects and the regeneration, repurposing and retrofitting of rural buildings. During more than ten years at PRT, as Executive Director, Rosie specialised in the reuse and adaptation of listed buildings at risk, developing projects at famous historic sites such as Bletchley Park, The Old War Office and was part of the Senior Leadership Team delivering the multi-million repair and re-ordering of Middleport Pottery, Stoke-on-Trent, a Grade II* listed Victorian pottery, to become a working visitor attraction and centre for creative business.  She co-authored the first edition of the Green Guide for Historic Buildings, a practical and in-depth look at improving the environmental performance of listed and historic buildings.

Rosie is currently Vice-chair of the London Historic Buildings Trust and a member of the Diocese of London, Diocesan Advisory Committee. She is married to Adrian, a former St John’s, Cambridge Chorister and they have two children, Alexander and Charlie.