Television journalist, keynote speaker and women’s rights campaigner
Emma Rossi spent nearly two decades reporting for news and current affairs on national television, a job that took her overseas as a foreign correspondent, across Australia as a reporter, and into lounge rooms across the world as a news presenter.
Since 2011 she has been the public face of the Federal Government’s telecommunications and media regulator and currently provides high-level strategic communications insight and media and issues management for the Australian Communications and Media Authority, the Federal government’s broadcast, telecommunications and internet regulator. She is also a regular spokesperson for children’s e-safety and security.
Her experience in innovative and modern communication tools and social media are drivers in strategic outcomes, and raises awareness.
She has been an Australia Day Ambassador for NSW Premier and Cabinet since 2013 and is well regarded for her philanthropic pursuits mentoring and developing people.
Emma has taken a national leadership role in improving the online safety for Australian women fleeing domestic violence. Currently a Board Director, Emma was instrumental in the establishment of Mary’s House, a refuge in Sydney’s lower north shore for women and children.