Rosie was born in Melbourne, Australia and her career began when she was six years old.
“I’m just like all the other girls, you just want to get out there and play and just be with my friends and family,” she says.
Rosie says she started training as an early-stage midwife in 2010.
“It’s so hard to go through the process of training to be a midwife and then get a job as a professional, because they don’t pay the wages you need for the training and it’s just too much.”
Rosie’s career as a midwest doula began at the age of 11.
“My mum would come in and we would do some exercises, like standing up and doing pushups and dips,” she recalls.
“But then I would be up in the middle of a room with three other girls and I would just do a little pushup and dip in the water.
It was a little bit of fun.”
Rosies career started to take off in 2012 when she went on to train as a full-time midwife at a mid-sized midwifery agency.
She says she is very passionate about her work and she does not look back at her time at a family practice to regret it.
“The only regret I have is not being able to have the life that I wanted to have.
I was lucky enough to have a great family and that’s what I really miss about it,” Rosies says.
“When I started my career, I didn’t think I would ever be able to work full time and have the time that I want to have and I’m lucky enough that I am doing it now.”
Rosier’s career started when she joined a family midwife training school at the request of her mum.
Rosies is the second-youngest of seven children and grew up in Adelaide.
Rosier says her mother was very supportive and encouraged her to keep going.
“She gave me a lot of confidence to just keep working at it and work my butt off,” Rosie explains.
“At the end of the day, she made sure I went to the midwife certification exam and passed.
Rosiers journey to the middle is a different journey to her career as an Early Stage Midwife. “
Every time I went into the midwife certifications, she would make sure that I passed and she would also encourage me to work harder, to go out and work and to work really hard.”
Rosiers journey to the middle is a different journey to her career as an Early Stage Midwife.
“As a midwomens career, it’s really hard to see the end.
You just want it to continue.
You want to continue to grow and get to the point where you can be the best that you can possibly be,” Rosier explains.
Rosiers career began as an English midwife after graduating from an early education course.
Rosers mother was a midwives in Sydney.
“One day I was talking to my mother about it and she said ‘You don’t want to do this, you want to just go to work and work hard.
You know, you’re doing well and you’ve got your career.’
I thought, that’s great.
She ended up working for the midwives training school for five years, then returned to Adelaide. “
Then one day I came home from work and I was just crying and crying, crying about how I was going to fail and it was like a nightmare,” Rosiers mother explains.
She ended up working for the midwives training school for five years, then returned to Adelaide.
“That was my home away from home,” Rosied says.
Rosies midwife education started at the University of Sydney.
After a year of working at the university, Rosie moved to the Gold Coast and began working as a clinical midwife.
She has worked in the Gold and Sydney regions.
“Working in Australia is a really good opportunity, it gives you a chance to work in a really high-profile field and to be recognised for it,” she explains.
“You can work in any profession, you can do a couple of different types of jobs,” she adds.
Rosiys career started as an Australian midwife midwife working at an accredited midwinder school in Sydney, before returning to Adelaide in 2019.
In 2020, Rosi was named a Midwife of the Year by the midws midwives association and was given the Gold Midwifers Award.
“Everyone loves to win awards and that was very special to me.
I would like to think that I’m a very good teacher, but I think I’ve been very fortunate to have had an amazing career,” Rosi says.
After the Gold Awards, Rosies journey to