Rosie’s inspiring story and life’s work has been featured in numerous publications and profiled in both print and online media campaigns. You can read about her being named one of ten women entrepreneurs to watch by Huffington Post Australia, winning the InStyle/Audi Women of Style Scholarship or the launch of her second non-profit below.
On International Women’s Day Rosie O’Halloran was named one of ten women entrepreneurs to watch in 2016. Huffington Post Australia featured the article profiling ten Australian women social entrepreneurs sharing, “these women have a profitable smart heart, running serious businesses, to take forward into the future thinking of how we are going to change the world.”
To celebrate Women’s Entrepreneurship Day, Inspiring Rare Birds launched their second book, 'If She Can I Can'. Rosie O’Halloran was selected to be one of the 29 young Australian Women Entrepreneurs to have her story profiled in the book. 'If She Can I Can' is an essential guide for next generation of female entrepreneurs and celebrates the achievements of inspiring and influential women around the country.
Read about the second non-profit Rosie founded, The Institute for Global Women Leaders, and how it is empowering women around the globe to be agents of change. Rosie felt called to found this organisation after her own experiences in Uganda running a non- profit. Startup Daily is an online platform sharing technology news and start up data from the Australia and New Zealand region.
Rosie O’Halloran was selected to be on the cover of the August 2015 issue of the Third Sector Magazine. She was profiled as a young leader shaping the future of the non-profit community in an article titled ‘The New Guard’. The Third Sector magazine delivers high-level content to Australia’s not-for-profit sector leaders.
InStyle Magazine and Audi Australia Style Scholarship Alumni, Rosie O’Halloran is a woman on the move. In this article, Rosie shares her tips for success and what she has been up to since winning the Woman of Style Scholarship in 2014.
Learn more about Rosie O’Halloran, ‘a woman you need to know about’ in this InStyle Magazine article. Rosie is featured alongside two of the past InStyle and Audi Style Scholarship winners, Marita Cheng and Alyssa McCLelland, who are incredible women doing incredible things in the world.
Announced as the 2014 winner of the InStyle and Audi Style Scholarship, Rosie is featured in the Audi Magazine. In this article, she shares her story of travelling to Uganda and starting an orphanage and what social changes means to her.
Like all good ideas lies a story. Behind Rosie O’Halloran’s drive to create a social purpose business, The Institute for Global Women Leaders, lies a story of personal heartache. Learn about the driving force behind Rosie’s organisation and about the launch of her new non-profit alongside the G(irls)20 Australian conference in this article featured on Westpac’s Ruby Connection.
Announced as the 2014 winner of the InStyle and Audi Style Scholarship, Rosie O’Halloran is featured in the InStyle Magazine. In this article, Rosie provides an insight into the emotional journey of running a non-profit and shares some of her personal experiences from Uganda.
Rosie O'Halloran, Australian Humanitarian and Charity CEO Interview
: In this interview, you will learn about Rosie O’Halloran’s journey to Uganda and the children’s charity she established, foundations.(au), as well as, her work with women through her organisation, The Institute for Global Women Leaders. Get to know Rosie on a deeper level.
A vision for change: Rosie O’Halloran brings a wind of positive change
Inspired by a fleeting image on television, Rosie O’Halloran has embarked on a journey she never could have dreamed of. At this year’s Women of Style awards, the coveted InStyle and Audi Style Scholarship was awarded to this extraordinary humanitarian who at just 28, is making a tangible difference on the world stage.
Read about three ‘Bright Sparks’, including Rosie O’Halloran, and their work from the fields of charity, fashion and art. These three trailblazers are vying for the 2014 InStyle and Audi Style Scholarship, a $10,000 grant to help further their dreams.