Rosy is based in our Bristol office and uses her strong research and analytical skills to support a variety of projects.
She is passionate about instigating positive behavioural change to minimise the impact of consumption on the environment and has experience in developing sustainable strategies for the University of Bristol, focussing on reduction of food waste and single-use plastics.
Rosy joined Eunomia in 2018 after graduating with a Bachelors in Physics from the University of Bristol. During her final year, Rosy managed a group research project with an industrial partner in which she undertook modelling, coding, cost benefit analysis and technical report writing.
Alongside her studies, Rosy founded a society which aimed to educate fellow students about food sustainability issues. She coordinated weekly surplus food cafes on campus for two years and presented talks on food waste, including for the University of Bristol’s online open access course, ‘Sustainable Futures’.
Rosy also carried out a project management internship in the University of Bristol Sustainability department focussing on waste and EMS. She was responsible for developing new sustainability initiatives, such as reducing single-use plastic in food outlets on campus, as well as coordinating The Bristol Big Give, which redistributed 130 tonnes of student’s belongings to 20 local charities, and increasing student engagement by producing weekly newsletters.