About Ros Marsden
Ros Marsden speaks with energy and passion across a range of issues and has a keen interest in the qualities of young people and their challenges in today's world. This interest prompted her to write F...Bombs! The Handy Manners Guide to Make Your Life Easier .
She has worked as Communications Manager for the vast network of Fairfax's Australian Community Media group, which comprises regional, agricultural, Canberra and the FCN group in Sydney suburbs and has also worked as a Producer at Channel Ten Melbourne specialising in live production.
Her messages about leadership are highly regarded by those who have heard her. Humorous, passionate and thought-provoking.
'Her story was compelling and confronting and so powerful'
'Another unbelievable woman.'
'This was just amazing. She is so strong and a powerful delivery to confront my thoughts.'
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BIOGRAPHY ROS MARSDEN
After completing a BA at Melbourne University Ros Marsden pursued her first loves, entertainment and writing by joining the TEN Network Melbourne. Within a couple of years she was researching and producing programs for current affairs and magazine shows, racing telecasts, award nights and telethons.
She later joined the production company Crawfords working on COP SHOP until she was invited back to TEN to produce GOOD MORNING MELBOURNE and assist with their major live telecasts, including Associate Producer of the first live telecast from the Melbourne State Theatre. Ros also worked on the first live telecast of the Melbourne Cup and the first national Olympic telethon.
Ros has worked for thebook publishing company Five Mile Press and Roland Harvey Studios as their publicity manager, creating promotional concepts for publications ranging from cookbooks through to Australiana and children's illustrated fiction.
Ros created & edited the book LIMERICKS BY FAMOUS AUSTRALIANS, in which personalities as diverse as Bob Hawke, Gough Whitlam, Dame Joan Sutherland and Barry Humphries wrote autobiographical limericks.
NEWSPAPERS AND DIGITAL
Ros joined Fairfax in 2004 working at The Age and in Fairfax's regional division. She was Director of Government Advertising and also Strategic Projects Manager for The Age and has served as Advertising Manager in their regional daily newspaper based in Ballarat.
During her time at Fairfax Ros created I’m Not Like Paris magazine, designed to create a positive self image for teenage girls. The magazine has won the International PANPA Award for Young Readers, 2008 and Rural Press Club of Victoria Journalism & Photography Awards - Judges' Special Award, 2008. Advertisements created by Ros have also won awards within Fairfax.
Ros has written articles for both The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald.
She has worked across print and digital in designing campaigns for Fairfax.
NOT FOR PROFITS
Ros has worked as publicity manager in the not-for-profit sector with a focus on homelessness, alcohol and drug support and aged care. She enjoys talking to not-for-profits about cost-effective techniques to raise their profile.
In 2011 Ros was on the Victorian selection panel for Australian of the Year.