Rosalind spent three years in Oxford studying Philosophy and Theology before taking the (obvious?!) step to join the Army, where she served as an Officer in the Royal Artillery and learnt how to thrive as a woman in a man's world. Thereafter she retrained as a teacher and taught Philosophy and Ancient History, also taking on responsibilities around the pastoral care of girls in particular. Then came the biggest challenge so far, the arrival of twins! Most recently Rosalind has worked in the third sector with an emphasis on careers education and building pathways for young people. 

Rosalind loves singing, running, Rome, her Labrador Boudica, Scotch Eggs, Seneca and the sea.

Her dream female mentor would be Caroline Criado-Perez because she intelligently and fearlessly shines a light on the inequalities women face, and she works towards solutions.

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